About 38 results for the topic "culture in intercultural communication"
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In this sense, intercultural communication is based on the idea that bigger the cultural differences are, the more difficult it is to overcome these problems.
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In the helpsheet intercultural communication 1, we argued for an understanding of culture that was dynamic and interconnected with other cultures.
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By nn bazarova · 2013 · cited by 44 — expertise recognition is challenging in teamwork, particularly in intercultural collaboration. this research seeks to investigate how cultural differences ...
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By ja taylor · 2007 · cited by 8 — intercultural contact in this sense is a matter of contrasting and overcoming differences between one's own culture and the host or target culture. other ...
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By s xin · 2016 · cited by 8 — to live in societies and to maintain their culture they have to communicate. (adt.lib.swin.edu.au 2014) culture is learned, acted out, transmitted, and ...
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Intercultural communication. 46. the cultural context in which human communication occurs is perhaps the most defining influence on human interaction.
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The purpose of this chapter is to provide conceptual tools needed to understand culture, communication, and cosmopolitan leadership in a world ...
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By j loenhoff · cited by 22 — there are in fact significant differences among cultures with respect to willingness to engage in a conversation about the features of one's own culture. in ...
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By a korneeva · 2018 · cited by 1 — intercultural communication is presented as a special communication process ... national culture, as contained in national communication norms and rules.