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CULTURE

SHARED SET OF TRADITIONS BELIEF SYSTEM AND BEHAVIORS

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HIGH CONTEXT

HARD FOR OUTSIDERS TO ENTER

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LOW CONTEXT

DIVISION OF RESPONSIBLITIES

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CROSS CULTURAL COMPETENCE 3C MODEL

ABILITY TO COMPREHEND QUICKLY AND THEN ACT APPROPRIATELY TO ATTAIN DESIRED RESULTS

OUT CIRCLE - KNOWLEDGE, MOTIVATION, LEARNING APPROACHES WITH IN INFLUENCE BY RELATE, COMMUNICATE AND NEGOTIATE

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CROSS CULTURAL SKILLS

COMMUNICATE, NEGOTIATE, RELATE

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FAMILY & KINSHIP

DOMAIN REFERS TO BOTH BLOOD AND MARRIAGE.


EX: MARRIAGE, CHILDREN, FAMILY SIZE

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RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY

BY DEFINING INDIVIDUALS PLACE IN SOCIETY, RELIGION AND PROVIDES A PEOPLE SENSE OF PERSONAL IDENTITY AND BELONGING

ELEMENTS: ORIGINS, WORSHIP, COMMUNITY

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SEX & GENDER

SEX REFERS TO BIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCE, GENDER PROVIDES THE CULTURAL AND SOCIAL CLASSIFICATION


ELEMENTS: ROLES, IDENTITIES, LABOR, REPRODUCTION,

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POLITICAL & SOCIAL RELATIONS

THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE DECISIONS THAT AFFECT PUBLIC INTEREST IS PART OF SOCIAL RELATIONS AND IS LINKED TO KINSHIP, ECONOMICS, AND RELIGION.

ELEMENTS: COMMUNITY, ETHNIC , NATIONAL

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ECONOMICS & RESOURCES

THESE REFERS TO WAYS IN WHICH GOODS AND SERVICES ARE PRODUCED, DISTRIBUTED, AND CONSUMED IN A SOCIETY

ELEMENTS: PRODUCTIONS, REDISTRIBUTATION

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TIME & SPACE

TIME MANAGEMENT DIFFERS AMONG CULTURES, ORIENTATION , PURPOSES, MEASUREMENTS

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LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION

BY TRANSLATING EXPERIENCE INTO LANGUAGE, HUMANS GAIN KNOWLEDGE THAT CAN BE COMMUNICATED TO NEW MEMBERS OF GROUP OR SOCIETY-WE USE LANGUAGE TO TEACH CULTURE
ELEMENTS: VERBAL & NONVERBAL, EMOTIONAL & NEUTRAL

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TECHNOLOGY & MATERIAL

VALUES AND PATTERNS IN THIS DOMAIN HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT.


ELEMENTS- PRODUCTION, ADOPTION

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HISTORY & MYTH

HISTORY IS THE STUDY OF THE PAST.
HISTORY AND MYTH IS INTERRELATED

ELEMENTS: CREATION, ORGINS,ENDS

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SUSTENANCE & HEALTH

HAVING DIFFERENT METHODS OF TRANSFORMING NATURAL RESOURCES INTO FOOD


ELEMENTS: COLLECTION, CONSUMPTION, HEALING

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AESTHETICS & RECREATION

SOCIETAL EXPRESSION OF ONESELF IN WAYS THAT SURPASS THE NEED FOR PHYSICAL SURVIVAL


ELEMENTS ART, MUSIC , SPORT

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LEARNING & KNOWLEDGE

HUMAN SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND GROUP LIVING PROVIDE THE BASIC CONTEXT FOR GROWTH AND LEARNING WHEREBY WE LEARN FROM OUR PARENTS

ELEMENTS: COMMUNITY, PROFESSIONAL , FORMAL

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ATTITUDES CAN BE UNDERSTOOD AS HAVING

AFFECTIVE, COGNITIVE AND MOTIVATIONAL ELEMENTS

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LEARNING APPROACHES (APPLICATION)

THE ABILITY TO TAKE THE FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS AND APPLY THEM TO CULTURAL SCENARIOS NOT PREVIOUSLY ENCOUNTERED.

LEARN HOW THEY LEARN

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THE UNDERLYING
THESE CROSS CULTURAL SKILLS

IS A BODY OF DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE (CONCEPTS) AS WELL AS PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE ( WHAT TO DO)

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CULTURAL VALUES AND WORLD VIEW TO CONSIDER

POWER, ACHIEVEMENT, SELF-DIRECTION, UNIVERALISM, TRADITION, CONFORMITY, SECURITY

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ETHNOCENTRISM

VIEW THAT OUR OWN CULTURE IS RIGHT AND OTHERS ARE WRONG

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MIRROR IMAGE

BELIEVING THERE CULTURE SHOULD HAVE THE SAME THINGS AS YOUR CULTURE

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RELATIVISM

ALLOWS YOU TO TEMP SUSPEND JUDGEMENT IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND THINGS FROM ANOTHER POINT VIEW

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CULTURAL VALUES AND WORLD VIEW

POWER, ACHIEVEMENT, SELF DIRECTION, UNIVERSALISM, TRADITION, CONFORMITY, SECURITY