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 Language 
Is an abstract system of word and meaning and 
symbols for all aspects of Culture. It includes 
speech, writte...
Verbal Non-verbal
Environment 
Noise source 
Channel 
Source 
Sender Receiver 
Message 
Feedback 
Noise Source 
Environment
Barriers Overcoming Barriers 
Semantic Clarify Ideas Before Sending 
Filtering of negative Information Motivate the receiv...
Phonology Semantics 
Grammar Pragmatics
 Phonology 
Refers to a system of sound.
 Semantics 
Is a study of word meanings and word 
combination 
 Grammar 
Refers to the structure of language through its...
 Refers to the attitudes,values,customs,and 
behavior patterns that characterize a social 
group.
 Culture is the learned 
norms,values,knowledge,artifacts,language,a 
nd symbols, that are constantly 
communicated among...
Cumulative 
Change 
Dynamic 
 Ideational 
Diverse 
Culture gives us a range of permissible 
behavior
1. Language-defines what is the mean of 
human. It forms the core of all culture. 
2. Symbols-is anything that that carrie...
1.Ideas/Knowledge/Beliefs- 
2.Values-are defined as culturally defined 
standards of desirability, goodness and 
beauty wh...
 Norms 
 Ares rules and expectations by which a 
society guides the behavior of its members. 
Types of Norms 
Mores 
law...
 Mores 
They are customary behavior patterns or folks 
which haven taken on a moralistic value. 
 Folkways 
are behavior...
 Material components of culture refer to 
physical objects of culture such as machines, 
equipment, tools, books, clothin...
 The cultural of groups is an integrated 
network of folkways,mores,system of beliefs, 
and institutional patterns it can...
 Enculturation 
It is the process of learning culture of ones own 
group. 
 Acculturation 
It is the process of learning...
 Culture helps the individual fulfill his 
potential as a human being. 
 Through the development of culture, man can 
ov...
 Practices considered immoral or Taboo to a 
certain group of people but are accepted by 
other groups with a different c...
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Intercultural Communication
Intercultural Communication
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  1. 1.  Language Is an abstract system of word and meaning and symbols for all aspects of Culture. It includes speech, written character, numerals ,symbols.  Communication the activity of conveying information through the exchange of ideas, feelings, intentions, attitudes, expectations, perceptions or commands, as by speech, gestures, writings  Paralanguage The language of Gesture, and expression  .
  2. 2. Verbal Non-verbal
  3. 3. Environment Noise source Channel Source Sender Receiver Message Feedback Noise Source Environment
  4. 4. Barriers Overcoming Barriers Semantic Clarify Ideas Before Sending Filtering of negative Information Motivate the receiver Lack of credibility of sender Discuss differences in frames of reference Mixed signals Foster informal Communication Different Frames of reference Communicate feeling behind the facts Value judgment Be aware of non verbal communication Information Overload Obtain feedback Poor Communication Skills Adapt to other Person Communication style Engage in mete-communication
  5. 5. Phonology Semantics Grammar Pragmatics
  6. 6.  Phonology Refers to a system of sound.
  7. 7.  Semantics Is a study of word meanings and word combination  Grammar Refers to the structure of language through its morphology and syntax.  Pragmatics Is Concerned rules for the use of appropriate language particular contexts.
  8. 8.  Refers to the attitudes,values,customs,and behavior patterns that characterize a social group.
  9. 9.  Culture is the learned norms,values,knowledge,artifacts,language,a nd symbols, that are constantly communicated among people who share a common way of life. - Calhoun,et al.,(1994) THE CHARACTERISTIC OF CULTURE Culture is:  Learned  Shared by a group of people
  10. 10. Cumulative Change Dynamic  Ideational Diverse Culture gives us a range of permissible behavior
  11. 11. 1. Language-defines what is the mean of human. It forms the core of all culture. 2. Symbols-is anything that that carries a particular meaning recognize by people who share culture. Symbols serve as the basis for everyday reality.
  12. 12. 1.Ideas/Knowledge/Beliefs- 2.Values-are defined as culturally defined standards of desirability, goodness and beauty which serve as the broad guidelines for social living. 3. Accounts- Are how people use that common language to explain,justify,rationalize,excuse or legitimize our behavior to themselves and others.
  13. 13.  Norms  Ares rules and expectations by which a society guides the behavior of its members. Types of Norms Mores laws Folkways Rituals
  14. 14.  Mores They are customary behavior patterns or folks which haven taken on a moralistic value.  Folkways are behavior patterns of society which are organized and repetitive.  Laws Are formalize norms, enacted by the people who are vested with government power and enforced by political and legal authorities designated by the government  Rituals Are highly scripted ceremonies or strips of interaction that follow a specific sequence of actions.
  15. 15.  Material components of culture refer to physical objects of culture such as machines, equipment, tools, books, clothing etc.
  16. 16.  The cultural of groups is an integrated network of folkways,mores,system of beliefs, and institutional patterns it can be broken into simple units or elements called Cultural traits.  Cultural traits, either of a material or non-material culture, represents a singled element or combination of elements related to a specific situation.
  17. 17.  Enculturation It is the process of learning culture of ones own group.  Acculturation It is the process of learning some new traits from another culture  Assimilation It is term used for a process in which an individual entirely loses any awareness of his/her previous group identity and takes on the culture and attitudes of one another group.
  18. 18.  Culture helps the individual fulfill his potential as a human being.  Through the development of culture, man can overcome his physical disadvantages and allows him to provide himself with fire,clothing,food and shelter.  Culture provides rules of proper conduct for living in a society.  Culture also provides the individual his concepts of family.
  19. 19.  Practices considered immoral or Taboo to a certain group of people but are accepted by other groups with a different cultural orientation.

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