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Lecture 2. B. Human Communication: What and Why (Understanding Human Communication by Ronald B.

Adler, George Rodman) Communication definitions and approaches i. what is communication different theories ii. A generalized graphic model of communication iii. The analysis of communication events Characteristics of communication 2. Communication is Human 3. Communication is a Process 4. Communication is symbolic 2. Types of Communication i. intrapersonal communication ii. dyadic/interpersonal communication iii. small group communication iv. public communication v. mass communication 3. functions of communication i. physical needs ii. identity needs iii. social needs iv. practical needs 4. Modeling Communication a. A linear Model b. A Transactional Model i. Simultaneous Sending and Receiving

ii. Communication is Fluid, Not Static iii. Communication is Relational, not individual 5. Clarifying misconception about communication i. communication does not always require complete understanding ii. Communication is not always a good thing iii. no single person or even cause anothers reaction iv. communication will not solve all problems v. meaning rest in people , not in words vi. communication is not simple vii. more communication is not always better 6.Communication Studies(An introductory Reader)by John Corner and Jeremy Hawthorn. i. what is communication different theories ii. A generalized graphic model of communication iii. The analysis of communication events Human communication and cross-cultural effectiveness Communication and acculturation Lecture 3, Communication between culture (Larry A.Samovar, Richard E.Porter) i. defining culture for the study of communication ii. culture related terms iii. forces that maintain cultural differences iv. the interrelatedness of cultural forces v.intercultural communication i. examples of intercultural communications

ii. Similarities and differences between communicators iii. definition of intercultural communication iv. intercultural communication and related terms i. the challenge of intercultural communication: communication in a diverse world 2. ii. intercultural communication iii. the importance of intercultural communication a. international contacts b. domestic contacts iv. studying intercultural communication Intercultural communication A reader(Larry a. samovar, Richard e. Porter) Approaches i. communication in a global village ii. approaching intercultraul communication iii. intercultural communication iv. context and meaning iv. value difference in intercultural communication v. religion-caused complications in intercultural communication international cultures Lecture 4 i. cultural considerations ii. face to face Americans and Chinese interactions iii. cultural and communication patterns of Saudi Arabians iv. some basic cultural patterns of india v. Mexicans and north Americans

nondominant domestic cultures i. whos got the room at the top? Issues of dominance and nondominance in intracultural communication. ii. black syle in communication iii. intercultural perspective of aging. iv. Viewing persons with disabilities as a culture. v. gender and communication: sex is more than a three-letter word, vi. the nonverbal elements of a gay culture. lecture 5 Stumbling blocks in intercultural communication Prejudice in intercultural communication Communication and acculturation Lecture 6. 3.cultural taxonomies and intercultural competence Lecture 7. 4. cultural identity,cultural biases, and intercultural contact. Lecture 8 5. verbal intercultural communication Lecture 9. 6. non verbal intercultural communication Explaining intercultural differences in nonverbal communication The time dimension in intercultural communication Sex differences in nonverbal communication Silence and silences in cross-cultural perspective

Lecture 10. 7. the effects of code usage in intercultural communication Lecture 11. 8. episodes , context, and intercultural interactions Intercultural competence (interpersonal communication across cultures) by (Myron W.Lustig, Jolene Koester) Lecture 12. 1. competence and intercultural communication a.intercultural compentence b. approaches to the study of intercultural competence c. the components of intercultural competence. 2.cultural patterns and intercultural competence 9. The potential for intercultural competence 10 .understanding cross cultural communication Breaking ice (daisy Kabagarama)