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COM 303 Week 3 Notes

by: Mariah Rodriguez

COM 303 Week 3 Notes COM303

Mariah Rodriguez
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Intercultural Communication
Howard Sypher

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Hey guys, here are my notes for week 3. These should really help you out if you are taking this course. Let me know if you have any questions.
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Tuesday January 27 2015 COM 303 Intercultural Communication Culture Food is a big part of culture there are a lot of food shows in China Anthony Bourdaintravels the words and sees different cultures Culture and communication are intertwined so it is pretty easy to think of them as the same Culture is a set of human made objective and subjective elements that have in the past assisted in survival and resulted in satisfaction for people in particular niche and thus became shared Culture informs its members regarding life it reduces confusion Elements of culture include religion history values social organizations and language Culture is learned transmitted from generation to generation based on symbols and is a dynamic integrated system Lessons learned from the family Globalization and families Mass media Migration Func ons Children when do they start working Economic function Socialization dentitywhat one wears Tuesday January 27 2015 Cultural variantsgeneralizations Gender roles USearly understanding of labels roles etc Asia Latino India Collectivism Importance ofgroup Importance of elderly Outsourced the cultural movie The women got a promotion from the American and the other Indian people were shocked They thought as if she was not able to do the job because she is a women even though she is way over educated for the position There are people bathing in random bodies of water The girl has been engaged since she was 4 years oldand arranged marriage Her parents met each other on their wedding day


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