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Goals: To study the nature of communication as it is affected by cultural and co-cultural variables; to become familiar with philosophies and approaches to the study of communication and diversity; to experience dynamics of intercultural communication; to examine the relationship between culture and perception, thought, language, and behavior; to examine how culture influences and plays a role in public and private communication interactions (e.g., interpersonal relationships, communication in small-group and organizational settings, argumentation, mass communication). Content: Philosophies and theories of intercultural communication; application of concepts and issues to actual experiences; discussion of the influence of culture on all aspects of communication; emphasis is on understanding the relationship of culture to communicative practices and meaning systems. Taught: Annually. Prerequisite: COMM 1100 strongly recommended. Credits: 4 credits
Ishida, Suda, "COMM3460-01.Intercultural Communication.Su15.Ishida,Suda" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 5367.