mspr570 | Graduate
Global Communication And International Public Relations
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Communicating Effectively in an Intercultural Setting
- Examine the relationship between language and culture.
- Determine the difficulties of translation.
- Define Sapir-Whorf and Bernstein hypotheses and apply to case studies.
- Describe the complexity of language in intercultural communications.
Using Oral, Nonverbal, and Written Communications in an International Setting
- Evaluate oral and nonverbal communication in global communications.
- Discuss the role of oral and nonverbal communication in international public relations.
- Relate the significance of signs and symbols to intercultural settings.
- Demonstrate the use of international English in written communications.
Embracing Customs and Global Etiquette Differences
- Recognize global etiquette differences.
- Apply appropriate global etiquette with your public relations customers.
- Recognize differences in customs.
- Prepare for differences in customs.
Negotiating Ethically and Legally in an International Environment
- Apply negotiation models, processes, and strategies.
- Identify and compare differences in negotiation styles.
- Recognize intercultural negotiation components.
- Identify ethical and legal differences affecting international business.
Recognizing and Embracing Intercultural Communication
- Describe culture and the dimensions of culture.
- Apply cultural intelligence in public relations.
- Recognize communications barriers.
- Explain universal systems differences.
Understanding Value Differences and Cultural Shock
- Determine the role of values in intercultural communications.
- Research and describe the impact of attitude differences in intercultural communications.
- Research and describe the impact of religious influences in intercultural communications.
- Explain the concept of cultural shock and create a Johari window.
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