The Problems Of Intercultural Communication

1133 Words Oct 11th, 2015 5 Pages
The processes of globalization and internationalization actualized the aspect of social communication as cooperation in cross-cultural environment and was developed in the second half of the XX century. Contacts of different cultures generate a lot of problems, which are caused by a mismatch of norms, values, features world partners, etc. The main objective of this essay is contextualizing and allocation of the factors determining the affiliation to one of the crop to improve cooperation in the cross-cultural environment. To achieve the goal of the essay it to solve the following specific objectives: first, definition of the differing cultural patterns and, second, classification of Russian culture, taking into account the context and characterization used for classification different cultures and identifying the main factors characterized them. The study of the problems of intercultural communication in the second half of the XIX century was engaged many anthropologists, sociologists and theorists who independently developed a paradigm for organizing and identifying cultures. The first classification developed by Hostede (Samovar, 184) identifies six value dimensions having an impact to culture and includes individualism/collectivism, uncertainty avoidance, power distance, masculinity/femininity, long-term/short-term orientation, and indulgence/restraint. The second groups of orientations have been created by anthropologists Kluckhohns and Strodtbeck and include human…
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