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  1. Tazragore

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    Dec 05,  · 1. In your own words, briefly define the term CULTURE2. Write 3 hidden and 3 visible components of culture3. List 3 important benefits of a multicultural work force?4. What is subculture?5. Explain cultural differences in communication and service and give examples 34
  2. Shaktizahn

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    A different way of learning is through acculturation, the process by which the members learn the rules and norms of a culture from the native culture. Through acculturation, the original or native culture is modified through direct contact with or exposure to a new and different culture (Peterson, , p).
  3. Vudojinn

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    Nov 28,  · Cultures are either high-context or low-context. Every aspect of global communication is influenced by cultural differences. Even the choice of medium used to communicate may have cultural .
  4. Mikalkis

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    Gudykunst and Kim () suggest that the “cultural influences” on communication are group-held values, norms, beliefs and attitudes that influence the interaction. Triandis calls these the subjective culture, as opposed to the physical and even behavioral manifestations of culture (objective culture).
  5. Doujind

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    Jan 22,  · Communication is vastly improved when roles and expectations are clarified and proper cross-cultural communication training has been implemented. This is especially important when managing teams from all over the world. Be aware of different styles of communication - some may be more direct than others, or only give feedback at certain stages.
  6. Akinogore

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    2. Education - the way people in a culture learn what they need to know in order to be successful in their culture. 3. Transportation - the way a culture gets people and goods from one place to another. 4. Communication - the way a culture shares ideas and messages. 5. Economy - the way people in a culture get what they need and want. 6.
  7. Kajikazahn

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    Start studying Chapter 1: Defining Culture and Communication. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  8. Fauzahn

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    Cross-cultural communication. defined as the "Knowledge, motivation, and skills to interact effectively and appropriately with members of different cultures." Linguistic Competence. is a speaker's implicit, internalized knowledge of the rules of their native language.
  9. Neramar

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    Culture plays a vital role in the way of communication. So we are giving here some brief discusses how do cultural differences affect communication. How do cultural differences affect communication. People living in different cultures have different habits, values and ways of expression.

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