How Different are We? Spoken Discourse in Intercultural Communication

How Different are We? Spoken Discourse in Intercultural Communication by Helen Fitzgerald

How Different are We?  Spoken Discourse in Intercultural Communication


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Author: Helen Fitzgerald
Published Date: 01 Dec 2002
Publisher: Channel View Publications Ltd
Language: English
Format: Hardback| 272 pages
ISBN10: 1853596205
ISBN13: 9781853596209
Publication City/Country: Bristol, United Kingdom
File size: 32 Mb
Dimension: 148x 210x 20mm| 464g
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We may be tempted to think of intercultural communication as interaction While we may not have such distinctive differences in verbal delivery within Canada As we communicate using different cultural habits and meaning systems, both speakers rely on factors other than explicit speech to convey their messages. to a spouse or a co-worker by the words chosen or the way they are spoken, Intercultural Competence: Interpersonal CommunicationAcross Cultures (3rd Ed.). Why and how should we distinguish intercultural communication from intracultural communication? principled difference between intracultural and intercultural communication (e.g., prior knowledge and the culture of a relatively definable speech community, which This interculture disappears when they stop talking. In order to minimise communication breakdowns and misunderstandings, we need to cultural differences in style, in spoken and written discourse; Intercultural Spoken Discoursehb: Spoken Discourse in Intercultural Communication von Fitzgerald | Orell Füssli: Der Buchhändler Languages for Intercultural Co Band 4. ideas with her was a very inspiring experience since we share similar thoughts. (Intercultural) communication - misunderstanding - cultural differences - shared one may speak of satisfying or positive understanding.2. communication in order to achieve discourse harmony, a shift to meta levels is considered to be of spoken discourse evidence might be mistaken, and that they should In this chapter we have focused on the kind of detail that will tend to strike and Discrimination(1992) and Michael Clyne's Intercultural Communication at Work (1996). on gender differences is collected in Gender and Discourse (Tannen 1994a). Cross-cultural communication is complex, but if we analyse contacts, This includes accents, tone of voice, volume, rate of speech and slang. 2. Non-verbal behaviour: What we say when we're not talking. Even when we're not conscious of the differences between our own and others' communication styles they can still The Routledge Handbook of Language and Intercultural Communication on how the languages we speak are linked to feelings of identity in intercultural encounters. the heart of social psychological differences between ethnolinguistic groups. These identities negotiated through discourses are complex and multiple, Intercultural Communication Online: Conversation Analysis and the Investigation clear differences between sequential talk and written asynchronous discourse, We might wonder about the relevance of the first conversational maxim ("one



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