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OPENING ACTIVITY
COMMUNICATIONS AND LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE CAN BE DEFINED AS:
PARALANGUAGE
EXAMPLES
CONT«
THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS
PHONOLOGY
VOCAL TRACT
MORPHOLOGY
SYNTAX
PRAGMATICS
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE
AND CULTURE
COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE
WHAT IS CULTURE?
CHARACTERISTICS OF CULTURE
CULTURE IS LEARNED
CULTURE IS CUMULATIVE
CULTURES CHANGE
CULTURE IS DYNAMIC
CULTURE IS IDEATIONAL
CULTURE IS DIVERSE
CULTURE GIVES US A RANGE OF
PERMISSIBLE BEHAVIOR PATTERNS
COMPONENTS OF CULTURE
SYMBOLS
BEHAVIORAL COMPONENT (HOW WE
ACT)
BEHAVIORAL COMPONENT
MATERIAL COMPONENT
THE ORGANIZATION OF CULTURE
HOW IS CULTURE TRANSMITTED?
CULTURE RELATIVISM
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Intercultural Communication EDUC13

Intercultural Communication EDUC13

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