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What are cultural spaces? What are some examples? A particular location that has culturally constructed meaning. A ‘metaphorical space’ from which we communicate. These include homes, regions etc
What are the ways of changing cultural spaces? Travel and migration.
How do cultural spaces affect us? Cultural spaces influence how we think about ourselves and others.
What are some key cultural spaces? Home – earliest cultural space we experience. Neighbourhood - Area with distinctive characteristics e.g. your village. Regions • Regionalism - Loyalty to a particular region that holds significant cultural meaning for that person e.g Mecca
What are cyberspace-relatd cultural spaces? They are defined by cultural practices – languages spoken, identities enacted, rituals performed - and that often change as new people move in and out of these spaces. e.g. Pokemon Go, CSGO, other virtual games' worlds
What is the difference between normal cultural spaces and cyberspaces? Cyberspace-related cultural spaces are dynamic and tenuous (lacking in clarity and substance) These are created within existing spaces, without following any particular guide. No marking of territory/permanence, or official recognition
What parts of communication are impacted by Cultural Space? • Language • Accent • Slang • Dress • Artifacts • Architecture and design • Behaviors and Interactions
How does travel change our cultural space? How permanent is the change? It changes who you are and how you interact with others. Transforms the traveller; “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. e.g talking to foreigners/people from other races The change is temporary and fleeting.
How does migration change cultural space? These people often have difficulty adjusting to different cultural spaces especially of the language and customs of the new cultural space are unfamiliar and this can lead to cross-cultural communication problems.
 

 



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