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The Importance of Cultural Awareness in Communication

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Transcript of The Importance of Cultural Awareness in Communication

The Importance of Cultural Awareness in Communication

The Importance of Cultural Awareness in International Communication

Definition
Why the cultural awareness is important
The importance of cultural awareness in communication
How to develop cultural awareness

Why the cultural awareness is important
Globalization
The importance of cultural awareness in communication
Increase knowledge
Build trust
Avoid misunderstanding in communication
How to develop cultural awareness
Enrich knowledge
Appreciate differences
Observe and be sensitive
Be yourself
Definition
Culture
Language
Custom
Food
Religion
Language
Different words for the same concept
Different in pronunciation
Different in grammar
Increasing knowledge
Greeting
Building trust
Break down barriers
Open relationship
Trust
"Hello in different languages
Ordering various parts of a sentence
Japan: Gakusei ga hon o katta.
English: The student bought the book.
Custom
The Cheongsam, China
Ao Dai, Vietnam
Saree, India
Hanbok,
Korea
Kimono, Japan
Food
Sushi
Pho
Kimchi
Fromage
Semla
Religion
Buddhism
Christianity
Hinduism
Islam
A present in Japan...
often is a box of cake or a vase...
and sometimes it can be a package of tea, or a card with origami.
Understanding people's behaviors
Do you know what does this mean?
In U.S
In France:
"It's no use"
In Japan:
"MONEY!"
In Brazil:
"Sex"
Acquire knowledge
Read books
Take time surfing Internet to discovery culture
Participate in cultural activities
Observe and be sensitive
Appreciate differences
Be yourself
Show caring and wanting to help
Take time to listen
When in doubt, ask
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