Intercultural or Cross-Cultural Communication
A form of global communication based on interactions between people from different cultural, religious, social and ethnic backgrounds. Through such communication individuals are able to develop a common understanding of each other’s cultures and perspectives. The concept is of growing significance to the field of global business, as organizations have to rethink their strategies to manage cross-cultural diversity in the workplace. Other areas of relevance include politics, education, health, and tourism.
- Intercultural Communication Law & Legal Definition
- Modes and models for transcending cultural differences in international classrooms (Steven R. Van Hook, University of California)
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- International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS)
- International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS)