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Intercultural awareness and negotiation skills, training 1:

Intercultural awareness and negotiation skills, training 1:
what is culture?
Hall's theory

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  • INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS &NEGOTIATION SKILLS• Introduction• What is culture?• Model of cultural differences by E. And M. Hall•Caleidoscopia
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  • INTRODUCTION TEACHERFiona FrankRoom 4.33Email: f.m.frank@hva.nl
  • GRADE PROCEDURE• Country’s expert presentation - week 4, 6 & 7• Assessments – intercultural negotiation – week 8 & 9• You will be expected to partcipate actively during the trainings
  • SOURCES• Intercultural Sensitivity: From denial to Intercultural Competence. Nunez, Nunez Mahdi and Popma, 2009 Van Gorcum Press, Assen, The Netherlands
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  • WHAT IS CULTURE?• Brainstorm individually by spontaneously writing down what comes to your mind.
  • WHAT IS CULTURE?
  • WHAT IS CULTURE?About culture
  • DEFINITIONS OF CULTURE“Culture is the collective programming of the mind which distinguishesthe members of one category of people from another." (Hofstede)“A culture is a configuration of learned behaviors and results ofbehavior whose component elements are shared and transmitted bythe members of a particular society" (Linton).“Culture has been defined in a number of ways, but most simply, as thelearned and shared behavior of a community of interacting humanbeings" (Useem).
  • HALL’S THEORY• COMMUNICATION: HIGH AND LOW CONTEXT• MONOCHRONIC AND POLYCHRONIC TIME• PERSONAL SPACE• FAST AND SLOW MESSAGES• FAST AND SLOW INFORMATION FLOW• ACTION CHAINS
  • CONTEXTCOMMUNICATION IS EITHER IN...HIGHLY CONTEXTUAL MESSAGESORLOW CONTEXTUAL MESSAGESHTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=K9FQVIDT5QS 12
  • MONOCHRONIC AND POLYCHRONICTIME A B A B 13
  • PERSONAL SPACE• FROM 1 ARM’S LENGTH• TO• TOUCHING• HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=VC_IXGSYZX4
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  • FAST AND SLOW MESSAGES• HEADLINES, COMMERCIALS, GREETINGS, TEXT MESSAGES• POETRY, ART, BOOKS, DOCUMENTARIES• HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=XUQWY9OOBMQ 16
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  • SLOW AND FAST INFORMATION FLOW job friends y o u SCHOOL family 18
  • school school friends family job job family friends job you friends family friends school familyschool family job friends job 19
  • ACTION CHAIN• SEQUENCE OF EVENTS TO ACHIEVE SOMETHING• IF WE FAIL AT SOMETHING IN A DIFFERENT CULTURE, THE CULTURE IS NOT TO BLAME:• WE JUST MISSED A STEP IN THE ACTION CHAIN 20
  • CALEIDOSCOPIA – PLAYING CARDS
  • NEXT WEEK ASSIGNMENTS• Read chapter 2 working with hall’s model of cultural differences from intercultural sensitivity• Make a start with the preparation for your country’s expert presentation 22