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Introduction to Intercultural Communication

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    Mahdie A.
    SA
    Mahdie A.

    This topic is very nice to study.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    If I understood correctly we are part of a community and its culture, but yet an individual within ourselves.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    Do you think people who live in other countries other than their own tend to practice ethnocentrism?

    Kingsley A.
    IE
    Kingsley A.

    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm well as for me befor you can interact to people u need to capture thier mind and know what we interest them so, its a must learn topic.

    Jooj H.
    IQ
    Jooj H.

    Intercultural communication great issue to consider

    Htay Z.
    SG
    Htay Z.

    Great

    Htay Z.
    SG
    Htay Z.

    I like to study this topic also

    Vandana Madhavkumar G.
    IN
    Vandana Madhavkumar G.

    Always wanted to know how to appreciate cross cultural communication without experiential learning

    Kellson W.
    TT
    Kellson W.

    Always wanted to learn this

    Dimitra K.
    GR
    Dimitra K.

    Culture is the environment that humans occupy, Intercultural Communication is made up of eight components, the source, the receiver, the message, the channel, the feedback, the context and the environment

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