bscom390 | undergraduate
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Cultural Differences in Communication
- Summarize the positions of key intercultural communication theorists.
- Evaluate the differences between cultural identity and cultural bias.
- Explain the concept and various types of cultural patterns.
Coding Intercultural Communication
- Identify the importance of verbal expression in culture and communication.
- Explain the importance of nonverbal behavior in culture and communication.
- Assess the impact of verbal and nonverbal communication upon specific types of intercultural communication.
Communicating in Intercultural Relationships
- Identify the roles of cultural variations in intercultural and interpersonal relationships.
- Evaluate strategies for improving interpersonal relationships as a part of intercultural competence.
- Critique the concepts of "face," respect, and personal dignity in intercultural settings.
Communication and Intercultural Competence
- Summarize the importance of mastering intercultural competence.
- Explain the concept of culture and the role communication plays.
- Compare and contrast intra- and intercultural communication.
- Assess approaches to establishing intercultural communication competence.
Communication in Applied Settings
- Evaluate strategies for effective intercultural communication in tourism, global business, education, and health care settings.
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