being a science fiction film, there are still many concepts related to intercultural communication represented in the film. Two that stand out are stereotypes and ethnocentrism. This essay will define these concepts and look at how they are represented in the film. I will also reflect on how identifying these concepts in District 9 have extended my understanding of stereotypes and ethnocentrism. One of the concepts of intercultural communication that is represented in this film is stereotypes. Stereotypes
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION ESSAY Student's name: Chu Thi Ngoc Mai Class: 14E15 ID: 14040513 Topic 3: Intercultural reflection Project title: Chinese gift giving etiquette In this semester I have learned a relatively new subject named "Intercultural communication." At first, when receiving the intercultural communication course book, I was extremely confused and anxious because I did not know what "intercultural competence" or "cultural concepts" are. Moreover, the book was so cumbersome
and films. Watching films help a person easily recognizes the salient features of a culture through the characters’ acting. Also, the film is a source for the study of intercultural communication. The movie “Lost in translation” is an example, which contains the cultural dimensions of the two countries, America and Japan. In this essay, I am going to focus on two remarkable dimensions which are Japanese society values and Individualism and Collectivism. “Lost in translation” is a comedy drama movie
Literature: A Critical Introduction states: There is General agreement that comparative literature acquired its name from a series French anthologies used for the teaching of literature, published in 1816 and entitled Cours de littérature comparée. In an essay discussing the origins of the term, René Wellek notes that this title was 'unused and
Critical Reflection Essay People can trying to alter their behavior to integrate themselves to different cultural situation by learning the Do’s and Don’ts of other cultures (Reiche 2012). However, people will always one step behind if they still unaware of the ways they perceive the situation nowadays. This is because according to Reiche (2012), being unaware of own judgments or values in own culture, will immediately lead to conflict between two different culture people and more likely react in
One goal of this essay is also to review some of the more basic and common rules of polite behavior in business. These rules may differ from person to person or in different situations, but there is also a rule of good manners in general to recognize and always keep in mind:
procedure, of course, has some steps which must be taken into account while assessing the learners. In addition, Graves (2000) explains much about needs analysis. He says that the process of needs analysis involves a set of decisions, actions, and reflections that are cyclical in nature: 1. Deciding what information to gather and why. 2. Deciding the best way to gather it: when, how, and from whom. 3. Gathering the information. 4. Interpreting the information. 5. Acting on the information.
MYTHS AND ARCHETYPES IN GARO (A∙CHIK) FOLK NARRATIVES: A SELECT STUDY LUCY R. MARAK (Publishing House) This work is dedicated… To my beloved father, the Late Mr. Francis Cheran who valued art and education and inculcated the same in me! Foreword This work is revised version of the Thesis submitted by the author to the North Eastern Hill University, for which, she was awarded the degree of the Doctor of Philosophy in the department of English. Ever since the