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Intercultural and International Communication

A culture may be defined as a system of communication and a body of learned knowledge. Intercultural and international communicators must face the challenge of overcoming differences. By understanding some of the systemic differences in the communication processes, structures and interaction patterns of a culture, we can acquire greater competency to deal with differences.



Cultural Differences and Communication

Intercultural Conflict and Prejudice

Intercultural Communication Competencies

cultural context | self | relational development | listening & perception | messages | process of communication | relationships
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