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Unformatted text preview: ultiple Social Communities may Coexist in a Single Culture Social Communities Standpoint Theory 8 Relationship Between Culture and Communication Multiple Social Communities may Coexist in a Single Culture Social Communities Standpoint Theory Social Communities may Be Racial, Ethnic, Religious, or Gender 9 Proverbs and Cultural Values 10 Relationship Between Culture and Communication Communication Expresses and Sustains Culture Some Cultures Suppress the Expression of Emotion Some Cultures are Preoccupied with Time and Efficiency
11 Relationship Between Culture and Communication Communication is a Source of Cultural Change Social Communities may Use Language to Resist
Microsoft Image Naming Shapes How We Understand Things
12 Guidelines for Adapting Communication Engage in Person-Centered Communication Recognize Others' Perspective Don't Abandon Own Perspectives Must Balance Individual Differences and Group Tendencies
13 Guidelines for Adapting Communication Respect What Others Present as Their Feelings and Ideas Don't Speak for Those Who Can Speak for Themselves Don't Assume We Understand How Others Think and Feel
14 Guidelines for Adapting Communication Resist Ethnocentric Bias Ethnocentrism
Microsoft Image Cultural Relativism 15 Guidelines for Adapting Communication Recognize that Adapting to Cultural Diversity is a Process Resistance Toleration Understanding Respect Participation
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COM 105 taught by Professor Bollinger during the Spring '08 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.
- Spring '08