o Which statement is not true?
o Completely accurate interpretations of the communication transaction are necessary
for communication to occur.
o Lustig and Koester use the term _ to refer to the external environment in which a
o The tendency to use the categories and values of ones own culture to evaluate the actions of
others is called
o According to the reading, in what instance does the Quran permit force?
o What kind of racism is based on the
o Cultures that emphasize _ are more likely to _ a hierarchical social
relations structure during interactions.
o Formality /Adhere to
o According to Hofstede, cultures that believe people should be judged on the basis of their
achievements tend to have
1.Which of the following statements regarding dichotomies is inaccurate?
Dichotomies provide accurate depictions of concepts, such as people, things, places, etc.
[Dichotomies are limiting by definition and exclude concepts (people, things, places, etc) t
o To those who have never learned of the Internet, an attempt to translate the sentence
Tonight Im going to surf the web will likely have problems with _ equivalence.
o Qualities like pitch and conversational rhythm are examples of which of
Greetings assignment due on February 7th
Bring Ethnography assignment outline to class Thursday
Performance- display or cultural competence
Dick Gregorys childhood strategy if you can elicit a following and set forth rules in a
Thursday October 15 @6PM
Monday October 19th @ Noon (online - timed)
Cable TV regulation
New Communication Technologies
November 3-5 (take-home)
Have a ready-to-go backpack
o Charged battery
Make your own schedule
Check out the type of pictures that they have for other stories
Meet with reporters before
o What type of photos they want?
CHAPTER ONE OUTLINE
I. The Imperative for Intercultural Competence
A. The demographic imperative for intercultural competence
1. The U.S. is experiencing an extensive wave of cultural mixing.
a. The European American population is fast becoming the minori
CHAPTER 6 OUTLINE
I. Cultural Identity
A. As part of the socialization process, children learn to view themselves as members
of particular groups.
1. People have the tendency to categorize themselves and others into ingroups
2. Ingroups are
Chapter 4 Outline
I. Defining Cultural Patterns
A. Cultural patterns are defined as shared beliefs, values, norms, and social
practices that are stable over time and that lead to roughly similar behaviors
across similar situations.
1. They affect percepti
I. The United States as an Intercultural Community
A. Metaphors of U.S. cultural diversity
1. The melting pot metaphor implies that the U.S. is like a huge crucible, a
container that can withstand extremely high temperatures and can
therefore be used to m
CHAPTER 2 OUTLINE
A. Culture is a learned set of shared interpretations about beliefs, values, norms, and
social practices, which affect the behaviors of a relatively large group of people.
1. Culture is learned through everyday interactions wi
Chapter 7 Outline
I. The Power of Language in Intercultural Communication
A. Language is learned unconsciously, without awareness, and is too often taken for
B. It is usually when people speak their language to those who do not understand it
June 3, 2015
I grew up in a white, Catholic, two-parent household. I have an older brother and a younger
sister, I dont think it gets much more 1950s America than my family; although I never actually had a
CHAPTER 12 OUTLINE
I. Intercultural Contact
A. Many people believe that creating the opportunity for personal contact fosters
positive attitudes toward members of other groups.
1. Unfortunately there is much evidence to show that this belief is untrue.
Chapter 9 Outline
I. Preferences in the Organization of Messages
A. Cultures have distinct preferences for organizing ideas and presenting them in
writing and public speeches.
1. Cultures provide preferred ways for people to organize and convey thoughts
Chapter 8 Outline
I. Characteristics of Nonverbal Codes
A. Whereas verbal codes are language-based, nonverbal codes are not.
1. Nonverbal codes encompass the ways that people communicate
without words, and they include all forms of communication other tha