Communication Analysis Project

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The project should about 3 pages long. Here is a brief description of the project "This journal will contain your personal experiences and responses in relationship to a broad spectrum of communication and culture. You can be very general with these answers and you do not need to disclose any information that you prefer to keep personal. A simple overview of each topic will suffice."

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Communication Analysis Project This journal will contain your personal experiences and responses in relationship to a broad spectrum of communication and culture. You can be very general with these answers and you do not need to disclose any information that you prefer to keep personal. A simple overview of each topic will suffice. Please answer any combination of at least FIVE of these questions to serve as your project. Please write 3-5 pages, double-spaced, typed. You are free to either cut and paste the questions into a new file and just answer the questions underneath each question you choose, or you may integrate your questions into paragraphs without using the questions as headings. Develop an awareness of you in your culture. Look at you, your family, neighborhood, the buildings, dominant weekly events, and whatever factors help shape your way of being. 1. Briefly describe the dynamics of your family in terms of the culture represented. Use Hofestede’s cultural dimensions and tell me, based on Hofestede’s dimensions, how you or your family structure views each concept. 2. Briefly describe the dynamics of your social life – describe cultural divides if any exist. How does your life compare to what you perceive as your culture’s dominant ideologies? 3. Describe briefly a few of the various roles that you may automatically play within your culture, often subconsciously. Look at the body language in those roles, including age/sex, in your social groups (CodeSwitching, Differences of Age, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Religion, Diet, Interests, Traditions, Attitudes, Beliefs, Values). Share any highlights. 4. Identify and briefly describe at least two challenging experiences you have had because of a cultural barrier. 5. Identify and briefly describe at least two positive experiences you have had because of a cultural barrier. 6. Identify any passions you have because of other cultures. What or who influenced these interests? 7. Identify at least 2 different cultures whose communication rituals you would like to know more about. 8. List five positive and unique aspects of intercultural relationships. 9. List five reasons why people may be hesitant to develop relationships (platonic or romantic) with people from other cultures. 10. Which one or two of the above reasons pertain most directly to you? Briefly xplain your answer(s). 11. Many intercultural communication specialists mention open-mindedness as an attribute necessary for the development of successful intercultural relationships. What are some other attributes or ways of thinking that a person should have in order to develop relationships with cultural different people? 12. Which of the above attributes or ways of thinking do you feel you need to develop further? Why did you choose these attributes or ways of thinking to work on? 13. What aspect of “culture” seems most present in your mind? (power distance, uncertainty avoidance, gender, sexuality, class, mass media?) 14. What aspect of current American culture or another world culture do you perceive as beneficial? Briefly explain why. 15. What aspect of current American culture or another world culture do you perceive as harmful? Briefly explain why. 16. Do you prefer “doing,” “being” or “becoming” cultures? – explain why. 17. What are the most common emotional states you experience and what aspect of your cultural experience do you feel have influenced you to have these emotional states more frequently than others? 18. Which emotions are rare for you? Do you know why? 19. What is a communication behavior that you would like to change? 20. How have other people responded to this behavior? 21. How might individuals from other cultures perceive your behavior? 22. What strategies might help you change this behavior? 23. What affect will this improvement have on your relationships with other people? 24. How would you describe the countries and cultures in which individualism is highly valued? 25. How would you describe the countries and cultures in which collectivism is highly valued? 26. How would you describe the countries and cultures in which avoiding uncertainty is valued? 27. Do you think the individualism/collectivism orientation of a culture is related to whether or not that culture values uncertainty avoidance? If so, do you think the relationship is positive or negative? 28. Are individualistic cultures more or less likely to avoid uncertainty? Why? 29. Are collectivist cultures more or less likely to avoid uncertainty? Why?

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School: Purdue University

hey buddy, here you go. Please remember to review me for the good work, don't forget to invite me for future projects.

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Identify and briefly describe at least two challenging experiences you have had
because of a cultural barrier.
A cultural barrier is a standard or want in any culture that hinders or delays someone,
from outside of that culture, from being joined or sharing comparably. There are two
distinguished cultural barriers are religion and lingo. Some of the challenges experienced
because of cultural barrier are new phrases to learn, learning the other culture, promotion
of different cultures, trying new things, and cultural accommodations (Admin, 2016).
Learning new phrases is clearly a communication and cultural barrier. Clear post is
necessary for great job, it is fundamental that everybody of your agents comprehends what
your clienteles and customers need (Admin, 2016). Depending on the number of
consumers or clienteles who work and the measure of various variety, it may not be
feasible for you to learn everybody of the languages, however, d...

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