Intercultural Communication week 2

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<ul><li> 1. SHM1023 InterculturalCommunicationG l o b a l i s i n g t o d a y s t e a c h i n g p r o f e s s i o n a l s</li></ul> <p> 2. Week 2:Forms and Modelsof ICC 3. Approaches to ICCommunication Approach 1model of communication a visual representation ofa process 4. Approaches to ICCommunicationApproach 2 a framework of concepts understand a communicationepisode 5. Why Models Descriptive function visual representation Summarizing research in an area Troubleshooting function- communication breakdown/analysis 6. I. Baldwins Model of ICC 7. HighHighInter Interculturalgroup HighInterpersonal 8. Interpersonal dimensionCommunicating with peoplebased on our personalunderstanding of them. 9. Interpersonal dimension According to Miller and Steinberg:demographic predictions sociological predictionspersonal predictions 10. Intergroup dimension The degree to which we seepeople in terms of groups. Social identity theoryWe see ourselves and others in terms of the groups which we belong to. 11. Intergroup dimension This dimension is related not only to group perception, but also to stereotypes and prejudices. 12. Intercultural dimensionReal cultural differences which can range from minimal to very great. Perception of difference is 2nd dimension; but real differences are the 3rd dimension. 13. Strength Distinguish between group belonging and real cultural differences. 14. Strength Some combinations that might be problematic are if you and I are high on intergroup perception (we think we are different) but on the intercultural dimension, we are actually low. In this case, we are not really interacting with each other, but with our stereotypes of each others group. 15. Strength We might look alike, even be from the same country or racial/ethnic group, so we see ourselves low on the intergroup dimension, but because of urban/rural or family culture differences, we are actually high on theintercultural dimension. 16. Strength In this case, because we dont expect cultural differences, we would blame communicationproblems just on personal traits and behaviours. 17. LimitationA limitation of thisdefinition is that it doesnot include context(see, Gudykunst &amp; Kimmodel, below). 18. Gudykunsts Approach 19. Environmental Influences Sending Receiving 20. The Four Filters. Cultural- shared perception orframeworks of thought Sociocultural - group identity Psychocultural - individual mind Environmental - context 21. ValuesNorms BeliefsCULTURALWorld RulesView 22. SocioculturalRolesSocial identities 23. Psychocultural Prejudice, Uncertainty,stereotypes anxietyMood, attitude,perception 24. EnvironmentalSituation/ locationInteraction potentialGeography/climate 25. Samovar &amp; Porter s Model 26. Cultures vary in how differentthey are from each other Individuals are not the same as culturesCultures and perceptionshape the way we processand create messages. 27. 3 PointsCultures vary in how different they arefrom each otherIndividuals are not the same asculturesCultures and perception shape the waywe process and create messages. 28. 3 PointsCultures vary in how different they arefrom each otherIndividuals are not the same asculturesCultures and perception shape the waywe process and create messages. 29. Thank you.Good communication is as stimulatingas black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh</p>


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