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    Amelie – Intercultural Film Review

    Amelie is a French movie a couple of young twenty one thing woman who’s world opened up to her when her mom dies and she is allowed to enterprise out. After a health misdiagnoses at a young child Amelie is stranded in her home away from all folks and relationships until her mom passes away […] More

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    An Analysis of Intercultural Negotiations between the East and West

    Executive Summary: This report provides an analysis and evaluation of an intercultural negotiation between USA’s Brown Casual Shoes and China’s Chung Sun Manufacturing, provides a literature review of a prominent theory from the field and suggests recommendation to improve the process of intercultural communication between these two countries and companies. As the Case Study was […] More

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    International and Intercultural Communication

    International and Intercultural Communications have been of great interest to the Hofstede Centre for many years. In fact Geert Hofstede’s dimensions of culture have been the most widely disseminated of all theories. Hofstede’s five cultural dimensions are, “1) Power Distance, 2) Individualism or Collectivism, 3) Masculinity-Femininity, 4) Uncertainty Avoidance, and 5) Short or Long Term […] More

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    Intercultural Conflict Analysis

    In the Southeast Asian region lays a body of water and islands which have been disputed about for the possession of them. This area by international term is known as the “South China Sea.” (Keep in mind that they do not have any correlations with China but it is rather just an international name.) This […] More

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    Intercultural Competence Worksheet

    1. What does “intercultural” communication mean to you? Intercultural communication to me means many things. It mainly means the way that people communicate throughout the different cultures that they derive from. Intercultural communication is basically the way that one person from a particular country would communicate with someone from America. Every culture has their own […] More

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    Intercultural communication and power distance

    Power is believed to be the capacity of individual to exercise control over other people and resources. Power is a tool that has both positive and negative outcomes depending on how it is applied (Visagie, 2006). The ability to exercise power derives from various sources ranging from economic, political and social dimensions. For instance in […] More