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Edward T. Hall's Cultural Iceberg

Cultural behaviors are readily apparent, but the important beliefs, values, and thought patterns of a society are often hidden at first glance.
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Mandi Lindner

on 3 June 2013

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Transcript of Edward T. Hall's Cultural Iceberg

Edward T. Hall's Cultural Iceberg Internal External circa 1976 Actively participating Spending more time sinking...
...I mean "interacting." Okay, so it's not a perfect metaphor. But sometimes living in a new culture feels like you're on a sinking ship. And though it may not seem like it at the time the more time you spend feeling like you're sinking the closer you are to understanding those strange birds around you. with
audio! Understanding more of what's beneath the surface. = Outward
Behavior Beliefs Thought
Patterns Values
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