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Daylight saving time (DST)

Image credit: National Research Council of Canada, “Time zones & daylight saving time” October 22, 2016.

Dear All,
This post discusses what DST is and where to get more information on the topic. 455 more words

Intercultural Communication

Intercultural Communication : Part Five

The last unit dealt with what “culture shock” is.  Turns out it an actual thing that can have real physical consequences (nausea etc.) on the person suffering from it.   54 more words


Intercultural Communication : Part Four

Cultures also have values that are explicitly stated or sometimes underly how the culture works without being spoken about.  In fact values normally aren’t articulated but rather discovered by how a culture behaves. 47 more words


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Intercultural Communication : Part Two

An individual’s cultural identity has several components.  The public features, the private features and the psychological features.  Example my cultural identity is part public (college-educated … lol actually law school educated!) part personal (female/white) and part psychological (liberal).   248 more words


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Intercultural Communication: Adapting to Emerging Global Realities: A Reader (2nd Edition)
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Intercultural Communication : Part One

Culture is a very complex concept with a lot of moving parts.  There are the etic aspects of culture – which are the general categories all cultures have and what we usually use to compare them – and the emic aspects of culture – the ones that are unique to a given culture and give the people in it special meaning.   56 more words