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Week 1

Chapter 2 So...

Within the definition of Communication, what concept is incorporated? The exchange of ideas or information between two or more people
According to the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, culture is defined as: A dynamic value system of learned attitudes with assumptions, conventions, beliefs, and rules to relate members
According to Marie Philip, culture could be groups in three different ways. What are they? Material Behavioral Cognitive
Individuals carry a sense of WHAT that influences his or her communication? Cultural Identity
Which tactic can be categorized as respectful communication as a norm? Speaking directly to the other individual and calling him or her by name Speaking truthfully Making and maintaining fairly consistent eye contact
How can one make sure there is effective communication among other cultures? Identification in his or her own culture
How can an interpreter avoid cultural misunderstandings? Identify cross-cultural dynamics
Why is culture a significant importance for interpreters? It can have a huge affect on the interpreter Knowing your own culture is important for the understanding of others The proper representation of professionalism is important
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