You have likely heard phrases such as “global diversity” and “international/intercultural communication” discussed at work, school, or even on the evening news. In an ever-increasing global and technological world, diversity as fact makes for an interesting study of attitudes, beliefs, values, and communicative behaviors regarding intercultural relationships. The primary objective of this course is to provide students with an appreciation of global diversity and the role of communication in opening up channels of dialogue to discuss and analyze a variety of intercultural communication practices, situations, and traditions.
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