Quiz 5: Intercultural Messages: Verbal and Nonverbal Interaction

English

Intercultural communication: Intercultural communication is a type of communication that shares information between two different cultures. It requires a systematic knowledge about two key elements such as culture and communication. Roles of "land rights, religion, and cultural conflict": There is a severe conflict between "Israeli-Jews and Palestinian-Arabs". The foundation of the conflict can be drawn with the political appearance. Political leaders from "Israeli-Jews and Palestinian-Arabs" persist to attempt and return to peace built and making. Issue of land is the conflict that centers who has the land, religious rights, and recognizes cultural conflict.

Intercultural communication: Intercultural communication is a type of communication that shares information between two different cultures. It requires a systematic knowledge about two key elements such as culture and communication. Transformative communication: Transformative communication is a creative communication practice between various cultural groups. It helps to reduce discrimination and hostility. The concept of transformative communication used in the perspective of intergroup conflict represent from the hypothesis in collective psychology.

Intercultural communication: Intercultural communication is a type of communication that shares information between two different cultures. It requires a systematic knowledge about two key elements such as culture and communication. Transformative communication: Transformative communication is a creative communication practice between various cultural groups. It helps to reduce discrimination and hostility. Such communication skills have been flourishing at assisting groups deal with conflict in different countries. The concept of transformative communication used in the perspective of intergroup conflict represent from the hypothesis in collective psychology. This communication also helps to change negative attitudes of intercultural group.