Intercultural Communication and Identity in Health Care

Intercultural Communication in Health Care Identity and intercultural communication are crucial aspects when dealing with health care. As explained in Experiencing Intercultural Communication (EIC), as the world becomes more culturally diverse, so does the necessity to effectively communicate with other cultures and identities and acclimate with some form of affirmation (Martin, Nakayama, 2011, p. 365). … Read more

Levels of intercultural communication’s impact

Impact of intercultural communication can be divided into three levels of analysis, individual system, episodic system and relation system. The individual system possess those qualities as an individual that are competent in normative social sense such as communicator confidence increases, efficacy beliefs increases, approach dispositions increase, the relative cost and benefit ratio of a situation … Read more

Peace, Economic, Technological And Demographic Imperatives Of Intercultural Communication

Meaning is shared among communication partners who encode and decode messages. This process can be complex when communication partners involve struggle to attribute the same meaning. Partners from different cultures can find it very difficult to share meaning and might perceive communication between cultures as a challenge. If you are South African, you are inevitably … Read more