Final Exam - COMM 173F-Intercultural Comm. & Global...

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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE 20 points 10 tf 25 mutliple choice sa 4(2)+1(3) Bring blank peace of paper pin or pencil dec 15 th 12:15-2:30 74mult 84 mul 4 mul 9 4 multessay10 5 multiessay 115 multi 12 essay ethical principles CHAPTER 7: VERBAL INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION I. The Power of Language in Intercultural Communication II. Definition of Verbal Codes & Rules: A. The Features of Language; B. Rule Systems in Verbal Codes; C. Interpretation III. Language, Thought, & Culture: A. The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis of linguistic relativity; B. Language & Intercultural Communication. CHAPTER 8: NONVERBAL INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION I. Definition of Nonverbal Codes II. Defining Nonverbal Codes: 1. Characteristics of Nonverbal Codes 2. Relationship of Nonverbal to Verbal Comm. III. Cultural Universal in Nonverbal Comm. IV. Cultural Variations in Nonverbal Comm.: Body Movements, Space, Touch, Time, Voice, Others. .. V. Nonverbal Messages in Intercultural Comm. VI. Synchrony of Nonverbal Comm. Codes VII. Nonve Chapter 8 DEFINING NONVERBAL CODES CHANELS Is a silent language –continuous & natural B.RELATIONSHIP OF NONVERBAL TO VERBAL COMMUNICATION Accent: the way you emphasize your words when spoken. Ex that is nice vs OMG THAT IS SOO NICE!!! Complement: Contradict: your voice says something and body language portrays something else Regulate: EX LOOKING AT CLOCK Substitute: III CULTURAL UNIVERSAL IN NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: 1. Shoulder shrug 2. Facial expressions 3. The need to be territorial
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IV. CULTURAL VARIATIONS IN NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: A. Nonverbal communication must be interpreted in the context of the culture in which it occurs 1. Cultures differ in the SPECIFIC repertoire of behaviors that are enacted. Examples: body positions. . 2. Cultures have UNIQUE SETS OF DISPLAY RULES for nonverbal behaviors (What is required, preferred, permitted, or prohibited.) Examples. . 3. Cultures vary in the INTERPRETATIONS OR MEANING of nonverbal behaviors. . (Types of interpretation: Random, Idiosyncratic, Shared) IV. Nonverbal Messages in Intercultural Communication BODY MOVEMENTS (KINESICS) –Emblems, illustrators, affect displays, regulators , adaptors SPACE (PROXEMEMICS) Hall’s four spatial zones ex talking with close friends/ family / confidential – SOCIAL DISTANCE-Business -Intimite -Personal -Social -Public TOUCH (HAPTICS) TIME( CHRONOMICS) : -MONOCHRONIC- do things in linear fashion one thing at a time VOICE (VOCALICS) : Pitch, rate, volume OTHERS V.SYNCHRONY OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CODES Cultures train members to synchronize various nonverbal behaviours. . This synchronization forms a response pattern of the culture…
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Final Exam - COMM 173F-Intercultural Comm. & Global...

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