com403 | undergraduate
Contemporary Communication In A Diverse Society
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Communication and Conflict
- Analyze how individuals create co-cultures within a multicultural society.
- Describe how individuals identify with co-cultures within a multicultural society.
- Explain solutions for conflict in communication.
Multicultural Communication and Genders
- Compare communication styles between genders within a multicultural society.
- Identify barriers to interpersonal communication between genders in a multicultural environment.
- Analyze characteristics of effective multicultural communication between genders.
Communication and Racial or Ethnic Group
- Explain the importance of multicultural communication.
- Describe ways to promote effective multicultural communication.
- Analyze strategies to overcome communication barriers between racial or ethnic groups.
Cultural Norms in Communication
- Evaluate how cultural norms affect communication within a multicultural society.
- Analyze the effect of prejudice and stereotypes on societal communication.
Communication and Cultures
- Identify different ways of communicating.
- Describe the stages of the communication process within a multicultural society.
- Evaluate the impact of technology on human communication across cultures.
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