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Css 3314 Test 3
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a type of cultural adoption in which an individual gives up his or her own cultural heritage and adopts the mainstream cultural identity
conflict resolution - Direct vs. indirect
Direct- a view that the best way to deal with conflict is to use precise and specific language
Indirect- A view that best way to approach conflict is to use vague and nonspecific language.
Conflict Resolution- Emotional vs. Restrained
Emotional-A view that the best way to deal with conflict is by overt displays of feeling.
Restraint- A view that the best way to deal with conflict is by hiding or suppressing feelings and emotion.
Componets of intercultural competency
Behavior and skils
As an individual component of intercultural communication competence, the desire to make a commitment in relationships, to learn about the self and others, and to remain flexible.
As an individual component of intercultural communication competence, the quality of knowing about oneself (i.e., one's strengths and weaknesses), others, and various aspects of communication.
An individual's dispositions or mental sets. As a component of intercultural communication competence, attitudes include tolerance for ambiguity, empathy, and nonjudgmentalism
relationships of social connection built on shared identities such as native place, kinship or attending the same school
occurs when migrants have an interest both in maintaining their original culture and language and in having daily interactions with other groups.
Levels of Competency
- Unconscious incompetence
- Conscious Incompetence
- Conscious competence
- Unconscious competence
is the "be yourself " approach, in which we are not conscious of differences and do not need to act in any particular way
people realize that things may not be going very well in the interaction, but they are not sure why.
conscious intentional thinking
is the level at which communication goes smoothly but is not a conscious process.
The experience of being between two or more cultural positions.
Free from evaluating according to one's own cultural frame of reference.
knowledge about how other people think and behave, will also help you be a more effective communicator
knowing how you may be perceived as a communicator and what your strengths and weaknesses are
if such separation is initiated and enforced by the dominant society, the condition constitutes a second type of separation
when migrants choose to retain their original culture and avoid interaction with other groups.
Tolerence for Ambiguity
refers to the ease in dealing with situations in which much is unknown. Whether we are abroad or at home, interacting with people who look different from us and who behave in ways that are strange to us requires a tolerance for ambiguity
types of conflict
- A conflict of interest
- Value conflict
- Cognitive conflict
- Goal conflict
occurs when individuals become aware that their feelings and emotions are incompatible.
conflict of interest
describes a situation in which people have incompatible preferences for a course of action or plan to pursue
a more serious type, occurs when people differ in ideologies on specific issues
describes a situation in which two or more people become aware that their thought processes or perceptions are incongruent.
when people disagree about a preferred outcome or end state.
Conflict in social movement
Conflict that is motivated by a desire to bring social change
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video of them going through immigration
Benefits of Intercultural Relationships
(1) acquiring knowledge about the world, (2) breaking stereotypes, and (3) acquiring new skills.
challenges of intercultural relationships
By definition, they are characterized by cultural differences in communication style, values, and perceptions.
Interaction style of intercultural couples
In this style, one partner submits to the culture of the other partner, abandoning or denying his or her own.
each partner gives up some of his or her culturally bound habits and beliefs to accommodate the other person.
both partners deal with differences by attempting to erase their individual cultures
Table 8-1 types of migrant groups
Motivation for migration
- Voluntary involuntary(forced)
Short term duration
- Sojourners short term refugee
Long term Duration
-Immigrant, long term refugee
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