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Intercultural Communication: Interpersonal Competence Vaibhavi Kulkarni Sept 19. 2011
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Interpersonal Competence “Competent interpersonal communication is interaction that is perceived as effective in fulfilling certain rewarding objectives in a way that is also appropriate to the context in which the interaction occurs.” Results in ‘appropriate’ behavior Achieves desired personal outcomes Is social judgment that we make about others
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Components of Interpersonal, Intercultural Communication Intercultural competence is judged by the context A context is shaped by where the communication occurs, who is there, the subject of the communication, the reason for communicating, and rules we need to follow due to these factors Appropriate and Effective Behaviors Appropriate behaviors are regarded as proper and suitable given the expectations generated by a given culture and the nature of the
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Role of Knowledge, Motivations and Actions
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