6 edition of Inter-cultural Communication at Work found in the catalog.
September 13, 1996
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||260|
Description of the book "Inter-cultural Communication at Work: Cultural Values in Discourse": In this interdisciplinary study, Professor Clyne examines the impact of cultural values on discourse. Through an exploration of the role of verbal communication patterns in successful and unsuccessful communication, he sets out to integrate and develop. It addresses intercultural communication within the context of global politics, both addressing the specific problems that derive from Western ideology and setting out an agenda for research. The book investigates categories of cultural action and itemizes the machinery for the illumination of inter-cultural processes.
Increases need for intercultural communication skills. Identity. sense of who we are influenced by the culture and society to which we belong. Mores. moral rules designed by a society to maintain standards of appropriate conduct. Not immediately observable, but necessary to understand if communication is to be successful. communication and social psychology. A substantial amount of work has addressed issues of cultural identity directly or indirectly, offering a wide array of views on Young Yun Kim, (Ph. D., Northwestern University) is a professor of communication at the University of Oklahoma, Norman.
The modern workforce is made up of people from varied backgrounds, all of whom come together. Communication is an important part of conducting business, but these multicultural teams bring communication challenges. By embracing intercultural communication, businesses can create a better culture. Communication is the sharing of understanding and meaning, Pearson, J., & Nelson, P. (). An introduction to human communication: understanding and sharing. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill. but what is intercultural communication? If you answered, “the sharing of understanding and meaning across cultures,” you’d be close, but the definition.
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Inter-Cultural Communication at Work book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This interdisciplinary study integrates and develops /5(3). In this interdisciplinary study, Michael Clyne examines the impact of cultural values on discourse.
Through an exploration of the role of verbal communication patterns in successful and unsuccessful communication, he sets out to integrate and develop a framework for a linguistics of inter-cultural by: Inter/Cultural Communication is not a book to sit down and read, but one to digest, if not in a semester, over a summer, exploring bit by bit.
There is a full range of approaches to understanding culture from the perspectives of communication theory and social psychology/5(4). In this interdisciplinary study, Michael Clyne examines the impact of cultural values on discourse.
Through an exploration of the role of verbal communication patterns in successful and unsuccessful communication, he sets out to integrate and develop a framework for a linguistics of inter-cultural communication.
He draws on data derived from recordings of spontaneous. Intercultural communication is the verbal and nonverbal interaction between people from different cultural backgrounds. Basically, 'inter-' is a prefix that means 'between' and cultural means.
Get this from a library. Inter-cultural communication at work: cultural values in discourse. [Michael G Clyne] -- In this interdisciplinary study, Professor Clyne examines the impact of cultural values on discourse.
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Inter/Cultural Communication improves upon current textbooks in four significant ways: (1) It provides a differences approach and a social constructionist approach; (2) It explores the consequences of cultural moments on immediate communication and on larger scale social issues; (3) It is descriptive, not prescriptive, of how culture is.
1 An Introduction to Intercultural Communication Sometimes intercultural conversations go very smoothly and are extremely intriguing; think of a walk at sunset on a beautiful beach, for example.
At other times, participants unexpectedly run into some turbulence and things don’t go. “This book offers the best of all worlds for those interested in intercultural communication in the Indian context. The authors have included the state-of-the-art in terms of theorizing and research on intercultural communication with the application and culture-specific knowledge about India.
It is the ideal blend of the global and local focus. Michael Clyne, Intercultural communication at work: Cultural values in discourse. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press. x, - Volume 25 Issue 3 - Robert B. KaplanAuthor: Robert B. Kaplan. Intercultural communication is important because modern communication and transportation networks bring businesses, organizations and individuals in contact with a large diversity of people from all over the world.
People in different countries learn different social cues and have different styles of communication. I nter/Cultural Communication is a text for the introductory intercultural communication course that was developed from my belief that students today need a fuller, more complete range of approaches to studying communication within and between cultures.
In this book, I have worked with a group of intercultural communication scholars and researchers to present students with. THE NEED FOR CONTEXTUALIZATION IN INTER-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION OF THE GOSPEL by FANNUEL MASHOKO submitted in part fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF THEOLOGY in the subject MISSIOLOGY at the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA SUPERVISOR: PROF J N J KRITZINGER NOVEMBER File Size: KB.
Intercultural communication is a discipline that studies communication across different cultures and social groups, or how culture affects describes the wide range of communication processes and problems that naturally appear within an organization or social context made up of individuals from different religious, social, ethnic, and educational.
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Published online: 5 Feb See all volumes and issues. Vol Vol Intercultural Communication: The Hofstede Model One of the most widely used frameworks for analyzing cultural differences is the model developed by the eminent cultural theorist, Geert Hofstede. In this model, the differences in culture between countries have been plotted along five dimensions, which can be used as the basis for predicting the.
By Mari D. González. Searching for blog articles on intercultural online communication, I found one on a well- respected social media my disappointment, not only did the author use “cross-cultural” to mean “intercultural” but she also argued that most people, even academics, use the terms “interchangeably”; when I tried to clarify the differences in the comments section.
Work stress and conflict with other professionals had a significant, negative correlation with the perception the nurses had of their immediate supervisors (r =P. an immediate explanation of how the communication in management is influenced by culture.
William B. Gudykunst and Yun Kim took by their book, Communication with strangers (Gudykunst & Kim ), a very important step in their attempt File Size: KB.Intercultural communication is defined as when people communicate with one another who have different cultures.
They may differ because of their languages, beliefs, values, and behavioral characteristics (Bennett, ). The intercultural communication plays a key role in globalization. This book gives an excellent overview of the issues involved in inter-cultural communication.
The current theories are examined and very practical examples are provided throughout. I was particularly impressed with its readability. The language used is clear and easy to understand and the examples used are by: