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Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
Chapter 9 Part 2 Cst229
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  • 1. Chapter 9, part 2 Culturally Diverse Interpersonal Relationships
  • 2. Social Stratification
    • People are characterized by social class, rank or category in relationship to others
    • The qualities that one culture sees as important may not be so in another
  • 3. Social Stratification
    • Caste – a level into which you are born that determines your way of life, you job, etc
    • Bureaucracies – a hierarchy between the average citizen and the government
  • 4. Social Stratification
    • East
    • Generally observe hierarchy
    • An advantage is that there are rules of when to talk, how to talk, etc
    • West
    • Generally have equality; however, in large companies and government there is a strict hierarchy
  • 5. Interpersonal Intercultural Conflict
    • Conflict is part of human nature
    • Conflict styles differ among cultures
    • Conflict differs due to environment, available resources, and understanding of the language and the conflict itself
  • 6. Conflict Defined
    • Any action that occurs when two or more divergent cultural groups or people must deal with what are or what seem to be incompatible goals, values, relationships, or resources (p 163)
    • Conflicts can either be productive, destructive, realistic or unrealistic
  • 7. The Conflict Process
    • Typical conflict do not suddenly erupt; there are usually underlying reasons.
    • Management vs. resolution. Management – to control or handle by dragging it out or prolonging it
    • Resolution – to terminate, to end whatever disputes causing the conflict to the satisfaction of the parties involved
  • 8. Leaving the Field
    • Withdraw and cease to communicate in the situation that causes conflict
    • Physical withdraw – literally walking away
    • Psychological withdraw – stop talking about the offending subject; changing the subject
    • This does not end the conflict; it manages it until it comes up again

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