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Copy of See Yourself Culturally


chris minix

on 23 January 2013

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Transcript of Copy of See Yourself Culturally

What is "Culture"? Results VBBN See Yourself Culturally Our VBBN Our culture and customs seem normal to us Important
Note (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr A system of shared values, beliefs,
behaviors, and norms (VBBN)
that people use to cope with the
world and each other Members of a culture often
do not question their culture;
instead, it just "is." Basically, it's just a
system of rules we use
to guide our lives in
person and in public. V B What? Values, beliefs, behaviors,
and norms
framework of a culture You aren't born with this framework.

It is learned through interacting with others both formally and informally.

Culture is often institutionalized in systems of law. Why discuss our culture? By understanding our culture,

we can understand another's culture. What influences culture? politics religion geography history economics social structures Culture isn't static.
It changes through
time. How do

How do

How do see


see ?


? I you I me you me Your cultural bias
effects how you
communicate. What does culture influence? how we think social interations communication styles objectives methods of negotiation sources of motivation understanding our
culture learning to
cope with
cultural bias understanding
cultures around
us Effective
Communcation Understanding our
own culture helps us
communicate with
other cultures better. Washington
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