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Intercultural Conflict

by: Aisha Ansley

Intercultural Conflict SPCH 1000

Aisha Ansley

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Intercultural Conflict Notes (Test 1 Material)
Human Communication
Professor Lorick
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human communication, Speech Communication, speech
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aisha Ansley on Friday February 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPCH 1000 at Georgia State University taught by Professor Lorick in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 163 views. For similar materials see Human Communication in Linguistics and Speech Pathology at Georgia State University.

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Date Created: 02/05/16
Intercultural Conflict Taxonomy – breaking down of characteristics; orientation of yourself. Hall’s Taxonomy - High Context ˃ What isn’t said [may rely more on body language) ˃ Group focused ˃ Time is more fluid - Low Context ˃ What is said ˃ Self-focused ˃ Time = Money $$$ Hofstede’s Taxonomy 1) Power Distance – extent to which institutional and organizational power should be distributed unequally and challenged. - High PD ˃ Doesn’t challenge authority ˃ Everyone has their place - Low PD ˃ Much more questioning ˃ Reducing hierarchy 2) Uncertainty Avoidance - High UA ˃ Resistant to change ˃ Values social norms - Low UA ˃ Conflict and competition are good ˃ Achievement is good 3) Individualism v. Collectivism - Individualism ˃ Focus on self [self-relying) - Collectivism ˃ Focus on group [willing to sacrifice self for group) 4) Masculinity v. Femininity - Masculinity ˃ Values achievement/competition - Femininity ˃ More equality between sexes ˃ Focuses more on cooperation 5) Long v. Short Time Orientation - Long Term ˃ Values persistence and thriftiness - Short Term ˃ Focused on gaining something now/quick 6) Indulgence v. Restraint - Indulgence ˃ Getting what you want; pleasure - Restraint ˃ Less is more; patience 7) Monumentalism v. Self-effacement - Monumentalism ˃ Values stability; historical values - Self-effacement ˃ Values change


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