individualistic and collectivistic cultures in intercultural communication, communications homework help

Jan 13th, 2016
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Answer each of the questions below in short-answer format. Write your responses in complete sentences. Your answers to each question should be one to two paragraphs.

Be sure to carefully read each question to ensure that all components are answered with the appropriate depth and detail. Your answers should be free of spelling and grammar errors. When using reference material, you must properly cite your sources using in-text citations. You must also include a reference list. All documentation must be rendered in APA citation style (see announcements for details on APA).

1) Define and describe three differences between individualistic and collectivistic cultures in intercultural communication. --Answer below: .

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2) Define and describe three differences between high- and low-context cultures in intercultural communication. --Answer below: .

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3) Define and describe three differences between large and small power distance cultures in intercultural communication. --Answer below: .

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4) Define and describe three differences between strong and weak uncertainty avoidant cultures in intercultural communication. --Answer below: .

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5) Using the Condon and Yousef Set of Value Orientations (pp. 77-81), briefly discuss why it is important to be familiar with the differences in value orientations between low- and high-context cultures. In other words, how can this knowledge help you to become a more effective communicator in a cross-cultural context? --Answer below:

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