ASSIGNMENT ID
135248
SUBJECT AREA Communications
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 22nd March 2017
COMPLETED ON 22nd March 2017
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Stereotypes and Prejudice in Intercultural Communication

Writing synthesis essay which means you can't take any details or ideas out of the sources I attached. There are two articles. I attached the instructions of the essay. I already wrote most of the essay. You need just to read the two articles to write one paragraph and half. That's it! If you can't guarantee me that you finish it in 4 hours, please don't offer me.
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