Intercultural Communication Student’s Name Course Title Instructor’s Name Date Nonverbal Communication and Cultural Universals Various types of nonverbal communications are mostly used in different cultures. Facial expression The study of facial expressions and how each culture interprets them has been an active debate since Darwin. Most researchers agree there are six natural and universal facial expressions across different cultures that have the same meaning. The six facial expressions are happiness sadness fear anger disgust and surprise. These facial expressions are considered biological. Culture does not control some facial expressions. Culture controls how when and to whom they are expressed. The flow of a conversation may be altered by one individual showing lack of interest in what being said. Lack of interest can be communicated by looking around the room while the person is speaking shifting from side to side. Yawning while arms stretched out to the side. Managing the workers. Journal of Business Communication 49(2) 169-184 . Sigmar L. Hynes G. E. & Hill K. L. (2012). Strategies for Teaching Social and Emotional Intelligence in Business Communication. Business Communication Quarterly 75(3) 301-317. Ted Talks. (2012 June). Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are [Video File]. uwaterloo. (2011 December 23). Intercultural communication in the workplace.mov [Video File]. proxy1.ncu.edu Tannen D (1995). The power of talk: Who gets heard and why. Harvard Business Review 73(5) 138-148. faculty.georgetown.edu Chitakornkijsil P. (2010). Intercultural communication challenges and multinational organization communication. International Journal of Organizational Innovation 3(2) 6-20. proxy1.ncu.edu Lauring J. (2011). Intercultural organizational communication: The social organizing of interaction in international encounters. Journal of Business Communication 48(2) 231-255. proxy1.ncu.edu Kidwell B. & Hasford J. (2014). Emotional Ability and Nonverbal Communication. Psychology & Marketing 31(7) 526-538. dx.doi.org J. (2004). The importance of understanding that silence is golden. Early Years Educator 5(10) 50-52. http://dx.doi.org/10.12968/eyed.2004.5.10.14368 [...]
The assignment is a 30 min PowerPoint presentation On Intercultural Communication in the Workplace. It is the final assignment for the class. It includes all the other assignments. I will send the syllabus there is a minimum of 12-15 slides 8-10 scholarly references and intext quote with ref. APA format.