Communication and Culture | Cross Cultural Communication
C427 | 1163 | Calloway-Thomas


Cross Cultural Communication is a course designed to familiarize
students with the cultural-ethnic factors that influence the process
of human communication.  A major goal of the course is to demonstrate
how culture is a response to and a reflection of certain dynamics of
communication (e.g., roots, values, language, globalization, nonverbal
emements, ethnicity, gender, and social perceptions.
Course objectives:
l.  To provide the student with background theory and research out of
which intercultural understandings grow.
2.  To encourage in the student appreciation of similarities and
differences among cultures.
3. To help the student develop communication skills, assiting him/her
in becoming interculturally competent.