Today we talked about global media in the digital age. One of the first things we went over is the definition of intercultural communications, which we saw a humorous example of in the “Diversity Training” scene from… 345 more words
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We might spend our life thinking that communicating with other countries are going to be a piece of cake; especially if we “know” a lot about the culture we’re communicating with by knowing their cuisine, language, how they dress, their marriage ceremony, whatsoever. 501 more words
Disclaimer: The following is an old post, which I am reposting on this new website.
I love technology way too much, to the point where I (too frequently) read what other people would consider to be obscure technology blogs devoted to specific mobile operating systems. 433 more words
This thought crossed my mind today as I was reviewing my research (Tanous, in preparation ) on conversational practices in French and English.
For this research project, I looked at a bilingual French-English conversation group, and the conversation practices used by French people and by American people. 325 more words
Research Symposium, Sunday 26 November 2017
Hosted by the Centre for Global Migrations, Dunedin, University of Otago
Keynote speaker: Professor Michael Singh (Western Sydney University) 434 more words