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Chapter 1 Notes

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Chapter 1 Notes ComSoc 321

Hannah Bartow
ComSoc 321-Intercultual Communication
Alexis Tan

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ComSoc 321-Intercultual Communication
Alexis Tan
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Date Created: 02/03/15
ComSoc 321 Class Notes Chapter 1 Introduction Course Objective To provide an understanding of effective intercultural communication strategies for use in interpersonal business organizational and mediated communication Theory based Evidence research base Practical applications Intercultural language for the Internet is English Key Concepts Communication Sharing communication Culture Accumulated behaviors values beliefs worldviews of members of a group Intercultural communication Sharing information between members of groups with different cultures Effective Intercultural Communication Mutual satisfaction of participants Microsoft Culture Work all day be innovative Living in a multicultural world Racial demographics in the US 0 Fastest growing racial minorities I Asian American Hispanic or Latino American Native American or Pacific Islander Mixed Race Foreign Born in the US 0 Most common regionsLatin Hispanic countries Asia Europe 40 million new immigrants to the US in 2010 28 undocumented 0 Top countries of origin I Mexico I China I India I Philippines I Vietnam 0 Immigration builds case for multicultural education Intercultural Business and Trade Largest trading partners 0 Canada China Mexico Germany UK South Korea Intercultural Diplomacy 265 US embassiesconsulates 15000 personnel Intercultural Internet Internet increased 6763 around the world from 2000 to 2013 o Largest of users in Asia 0 Largest growth in Africa 0 Highest penetration in North America


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