Intercultural Communication Test 1.pdf

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Department
Communication Studies
Course
COMS 3332
Professor
F E B R A N T Z
Semester
Fall

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Intercultural Communication Test 1 Study online aquizlet.com/_bopng 1. acculturation refers to the incremental identity-related 12.Conscious troubling realization stage in which change process of immigrants and Incompetence individuals have some notions that they refugees in a new enviornment from a behave incompetently; however, they lack the long-term perspective knowledge or skills to operate adaptively in 2. affective attitude the emotional commitments to engage in the new culture cultural persepective-taking an dthe 13.content factual or digital information taht is being cultivation of an empathetic hear in meaning conveyed to the receiver through an oral reaching out to culturally diverse groups channel or other communication medium 3. analogical the "picturesque" meanings or the 14.cultural group of interacting individuals within a aspects affective meanings that we convey community bounded unit who uphold a set of shared through the use of nonverbal cues traditions and way of life 4. appropriateness the dgree to which the exchanged 15.cultural cultural knowledge you have internalized and behaviors are regarded as proper and competence the operational skills you are able to apply in match the expectations generated by the skills the interaction scene insiders of the culture. Understanding the 16.cultural the emotional significance that we attach to underlying values, norms, social roles, identity our sense of belonging or affiliation with the expectations, and scripts that govern the larger culture and we have internalized the interaction episode larger sociocultural value patterns of that 5. attitudinal produces a spillover effect on membership community stance sinstitutional policies toward a 17.cultural the strength of affiliation one has with the newcomer's adaptation processes; identity alrger culture assimilation-demands strangers conform salience to host; pluaralism-encourages diversity of values 18.cultural collective expectations of what constitutes norms proper or improper behavior in a given 6. brewer's social the more strongly that one identifies with interaction scene identity the group, the more bias one shows in 19.cultural refer to a set of priorities that guide "good" or complexity favor of his or her group against salient theory out-groups values "bad" behaviors, "desirable" or "undesirable" practices, and "fair" or "unfair" actions 7. co-culture theory refers to minority group members who are on equal membership with the dominant 20.culturally set of fundamental assumptions or shared beliefs worldviews thatt people hold dearly to their white group hearts without question 8. cognitive the willingness to suspend our 21.culturally can include myths, legends, ceremonies, and attitude ethnocentric judgmet and readiness to be open-minded in learning about cross- shared rituals that are passed on from one traditions generation to the next via an oral or written cultural difference inssues medium 9. collectivism broad value tendencies of a culture in emphasizing the importance of the "we" 22.culture learned meaning system that consists of identity over the "I" identity, group rights patterns of traditions, beliefs, values, norms, meanings, and symbols taht are passed on over individual rights, and ingroup needs over individual wants and desires from one generation to the next and are shared to varying degrees by interacting 10.communicationa to change our interaction behaviors and members of community adaptatility goals to meet the specific needs of the 23.culture bump a cultural violation on the behavioral level situation when our meanings do not overlap with one 11.Conscious intentional mindfulness stage in which another in viewing the same behavior and Competence individuals actively pursue new thus create communication awkwardness or intercultural knowledge to improve their embarrassment communication competencies and practice new interaction skills 24.deep level traditions, beliefs, and values culture 25.destiny people-nature value orientation 39.face-to-face and a supportive social netweork serves (controlling/mastering their environment, network level factors as a buffer zone between a harmony-with-nature, jubjugation-to- newcomer's threatened identity and nature) the unfamiliar enviornemtn 26.digital aspects the content information that we convey to 40.five functions of identity meaning our listener; the relationship between a cultural values explanatory digital cue and ites interpretation is motivational arbitrary ingroup 27.effectivenss the degree to which communicators outgroup achieve mutually shared meaning and 41.flexible intercultural emphasizes the importance of integrative goal-related outcomes communication integrating knowledge and an open- minded attitdue and putting them 28.encounter a new racial-ethnic realization is awakened in the individuals because of a into adaptive and creative practice in everyday communicaiton racially shattering event 29.enculturation refers to the sustained primary 42.horizontal self- involves the personality traits of construal preferring to treat others on an equal socialization process of strangers in their original home culture where in they have level regardless of age, rank, or status and tends to favor informal internalized their primary cultural views interactions 30.ethnic identity interpretive ancestral heritage and 43.identity refers to our reflective views of us perceived ingroup communal ties, as well as beliefs about the origins of one's and other perceptions of our self- images on both the social idenitty forebears and can be based on historical and the personal identity levels origin, race, religion, language, or perceived distinctive traits as a particular 44.identity meanings refers to the following questions: group "Who am I and who are you in this interaction episode?""How do I 31.ethnic identity linked with the intergroup boundary define myself in this interaction salience mainteneance issue across generations scene?" and "How do I define you in 32.ethnic value knowledge of the individualism- this interaction scene?" Identity content collectivism value tendencies of the meaning involves issues such as the originating countries; strongly identitfy display of respect or disrespected with their traditional ethinc groups and identity approval and disapproval 33.ethnocentric means staying stuck with our own cultural mindset worldviews and using our own cultural 45.immersion/emersion strong racial ethnic identity salience values as the baseline standards to phase where individuals withdraw evaluate the other person's cultural to the safe conifines of their own behavior racial-ethnic groups and become 34.ethnocentrism seeing our own culture as the center of the ethnically conscious universe and seeing other cultures as 46.independent involves the view that an individual insignificant or inferior construal of self is a unique entity with an individuated repertoire of feelings, 35.ethnorelative means to understand a communication mindset behavior from the other person's cultural cognitions, and motivations frame of reference 47.individual-level mixture of push factors-political, 36.ethnorelativism to understand a communication practice factors religious, and economic conditions and pull factors-bettwer chances for from the other person's cultural frame of reference personal advancement and better job 37.explanatory people of dissimilar groups must be on the opportunities alert and may need to explain or even 48.individualism the broad value tendencies of a culture in emphasizing the defend our culture behaviors with more effort importance of individual identity 38.external locus emphasizes external conditions, karma, over group identity, individual rights over group rights, and individual of control fate, external forces shaping a person's life needs over group needs 49.inflexible stresses the continuation of using our own 64.local
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