FUND OF HUMAN COM
FUND OF HUMAN COM COMM 1310
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Chapter 6 PLEASE SILENCE CELL PHONES PUT AWAY LAPTOPS Preview of Chapter 6 o What are the 4 Forms of Diversiti r o What is Culture o What is Intercultural Communicatio o How Does Culture In uence Communication 0 What are Cultural Values 0 What are the Stages of Intercultural Competence Communication Principles Appropriately adapt your message to The 4 Forms of Human Diversity 0 Sexual Orientation 0 Ethnicity 0 Age a Gender Masculine Feminine Androgynous How Does Gender Influence Communication 0 Masculine Men tend to communicate from an instrumental orientation me against the world view of self and reality 0 Feminine Women tend to communicate from an expressive orientation connecting with others and constructing relationships and community 0 Androgynous individuals tend to communicate from high levels of both instrumental and expressive orientations How Does Gender Influence Communication 0 Women tend to engage in Rapport Talk Communicate to connect with others Focus more on the quality of relationships than on information exchange 0 Men tend to engage in Report Talk Communicate to create or establish status Focus more on information exchange than on quality of relationships Deborah Tannen 7 What is Culture Culture is a learned systemi knowledge behavior attitude beliefs values and norms that shared by a group of people and shaped from one generation to the 39 next p 150 What is Intercultural Communication 0 Intercultural communication occurs when individuals or groups from different cultures or coculture communicate How Does Culture Influence Communication 0 Our culture and life experiences determine our world View the lens through which people in a given culture perceive the world around them How Does Culture Influence Communication 0 HighContext Cultures p 152 Rely more explicitly on nonverbal messages Communicators rely on the context to interpret messages o LowContext Cultures p 152 C Rely more explicitly on verbal messages language Communicators use fewer contextual cues to interpret information 39 Michael Emphasizes Cultural Communication Stereotypes 1 1 The Of ce Do Cultural Stereotypes Influence Our Communication 1 l l w 39 What are Cultural Values How do they impact our Communication 1 2 3 Decentralized and Centralized Power p155 Individualism and CollectiVism p 153 Uncertainty and Certainty p 155 I Masculine and Feminine Perspectives p 155 LongTerm and ShortTerm Time Orientation p 156 1 Decentralized and Centralized Power 0 Decentralized Power Cultural Value Leadership is not vested in one person power is distributed among the people Decisions are likely to be made by consensus o Centralized Power Cultural Value Militaristic approach to power Prefer strongly organized centrally controlled form of government 2 Individualism and Collectivism o Individualistic Cultural Value Individual recognition Selfrealization Tend to be loosely knit socially o Collectivistic Cultural Value Group achievement is rewarded Strive to accomplish goals for the bene t of the group Individualism amp The Greatest American Dog CBS lt Sham lt 3quot Embed I II 001 124 3 Uncertainty and Certainty o Uncertainty Cultural Values Tolerance for ambiguity Relaxed and informal expectations for others 0 Certainty Cultural Values Develop amp enforce rigid rules for behavior Establish elaborate codes of conduct 4 Masculine and Feminine o Masculine Cultural Value I A culture that values achievement assertiveness heroism and traditional and female roles o Feminine Cultural Value Emphasize building relationships and seeking peace and harmony With others Communicating Intimacy Do Gender Values Differ 5 LongTerm vs ShortTerm Time Orientation o LongTerm Orientations Futureoriented Value Perseverance and Thriftiness o ShortTerm Orientations Past and PresentOriented Respect Tradition Preserving Face Barriers to Bridging Differences amp Adapting to Others 0 Assuming Superiority 0 Assuming Similarity 0 Assuming Differences o Stereotyping and Prejudice Can You Locate Any Barriers in The Namesake What Barrier Do You See Here The Stages of Intercultural Competence From Least to Most 0 Stage 1 Denial 0 Stage 2 Defense 0 Stage 3 Minimization 0 Stage 4 Acceptance 0 Stage 5 Adaptation 0 Stage 6 Integration Assessing Your Learning 0 Men place more emphasis on the dimension of communication because they view communication as functioning primarily for information exchange This dimension contains primarily messages A relational verbal B content verbal C relational nonverbal D content nonverbal Assessing Your Learning 0 A culture that places a high Value on k collaboration teamwork and achievement is known as a A LowContext Culture B Individualistic Culture C High Context Culture D CollectiVistic Culture Review of Chapter 6 o What are Four Forms of Human Diversity 0 What is Intercultural Communication o How Does Culture In uence Communication 0 What are Cultural Values 0 What are the Barriers to Bridging Cultural Difference o What are the 6 Stages of 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