INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION PDF

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Define and explain the importance of intercultural communication. • Describe the role intercultural communication plays in communicating effectively. PDF | On Jan 1, , Ayman M Hamdan- Mansour and others published intercultural communication. PDF | 3 hours read | This lecture deals with the following 6 topics: 1) Presentation of the notion 3) The scope of intercultural (or “cross-cultural”) communication.


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NATO Regional Cooperation Course (NCC) “Intercultural Communication” PETER STOCKINGER, PU Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales. intercultural communication, a conversation might be interrupted by a “storm” or Intercultural communication is the sending and receiving of messages across. Intercultural communication or communication between people of different cultural factors thatare important in intercultural communication within a general.

Training was the main issue. The first target audience comprised American diplomats and development personnel whose intercultural skills had to be improved.

From the Foreign Service Institute, Intercultural Communication teaching and training spread to the universities and other organizations. University courses were given and academic textbooks in Intercultural Communication started to appear in the USA in a larger scale in the s. In Europe, the first university courses in Intercultural Communication took place in the s.

From the earlier, more applied focus on teaching and training, Intercultural Communication has in the recent decades developed and matured also as an academic field with its own theory building. Sections Search Home Ohjelmat Infoa.

Search Site only in current section. Stage 6: Integration. Individuals start to go beyond their own cultures and see themselves and their actions based on multifarious cultural viewpoints.

Once you understand these stages, you may apply it to 1 recognize communication behaviors which differ from your own, 2 take into account what can influence these types of behaviors, and 3 try to analyze how linguistic and cultural communities differ in terms of communication behavior and influencing factors Allwood, Characteristics of Competent Intercultural Communicators World Bank identifies the following traits that define a competent intercultural communicator.

Refrain from showing bias when talking to someone by following the tips below. Avoid stereotypes, i. Challenge gender norms; avoid using he and man to refer to a general group of people. To remedy this, you may use plural pronouns or rewrite a sentence to avoid using pronouns.

Intercultural Communication Training, Overview

Do not talk down on younger people and the elderly. Be sensitive to the religious practices of others.

Be polite at all times; do not belittle people you perceive to be on a lower social class than you. Log In Sign Up.

Intercultural communication. A general introduction Peter Stockinger.

A general introduction. Typical and recurrent obstacles that impede a successful intercultural communication. Negative or positive impact of cultural mis communication 6.

Possibilities to improve intercultural communication. A culture is a collective cognitive intellectual resource of a group or community for dealing with living in its world and for satisfying its needs cf.Still, others look at intercultural communication as communication that is influenced by different ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations. Avoid stereotypes, i. Recent studies have traced the failure of some international business ventures to three significant factors: lack of intercultural skills and competence, inability to communicate effectively at a global level, and failure to practice acceptable etiquette in business negotiations.

A culture is a collective cognitive intellectual resource of a group or community for dealing with living in its world and for satisfying its needs cf. Attention is mostly on face to face communication and networked communication facilitated by digital technologies, much less on technically reproduced mass communication. The scope of intercultural communication 1 - Social communication: Cross-cultural training.

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