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Intercultural Communication & competence

Communication and relationship dexterity across cultures

overview

This course introduces the field of intercultural communication, enhances the development of intercultural competence, and explores implications and applications towards shaping one’s cultural identity and worldview. The course also examines theoretical aspects of culture and worldview; communicative and intercultural competence; intercultural contact and entry processes; issues of diversity and commonalities among human beings; and implications and applications for work settings and oneself as a member of multicultural groups. This course is a part of social psychology, cultural-historical psychology, developmental psychology, and cognitive psychology.

Code

COMM 3200

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

fees

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