This clip discusses how in Senegal, grandmothers tend to be the elders
and the people who are in-charge. For this community grandmothers
symbolize the tradition of marriage, culture, song and dance, and modern
health care. These are whom people in Senegal
In terms of communication this video address how social media has
changed dramatically in the last 500 years. There have only been four major
changes in media that can be classified as a revolution. The first one was the
printing press, and then there was
This talk is about Tan Les immigration story to Australia and about her family history.
She explains about how her mother, grandmother, and sister all traveled to Australia by
boat. The boat trip was described in great detail about the hardships they endu
This clip is about slavery in Brazil, and it explains how Brazil was
the last place in America to abolish slavery. Most of the clip
describes specific photographs that portray slavery in Brazil. They
have the worlds largest collection of photographs of sl
1. What intercultural issues does this clip address?
2. What kinds of unique cultural values do the Ainu people bring to the
nation of Japan?
3. What kinds of challenges did the indigenous group face in the
4. How were some of thse issus
A group with a hidden history that seems to be stigmatized in some way is
enslaved women. When slavery is mentioned people almost always refer to men
who were enslaved, and they ignore the fact that women also had to endure that
horrible time in history.
An instance in my life where I had to adapt my speech in order to accommodate
communication was when I was in high school, and went on a mission trip to Westport,
WA. The youth group I attended set up this trip, and the purpose was to put on a Vacation