Com/360 Intercultural Communication

Intercultural Communication

      Intercultural communication occurs when people interact with at least one person from a different culture. Communication within different cultures varies in many ways. The sense of security one believes exist when communicating within one’s own culture is not the same when speaking to people in different cultures. The level of comfort and certainty that distinguishes communication with culturally like people is gone. Intercultural communication is extremely important when communicating with those from other cultures because confusion can lead to unsuccessful results, especially during communications with other countries to establish foreign policies. To gain further insight into intercultural communication and its importance one must seek to understand cultural patterns, theories, identity, and bias. One should also seek to understand communication devises like communication foundations and taxonomies between two cultures. Included below is a review of an intercultural theory needed to address and possibly resolve the foreign policy issue between the United States and the creation of Israel.
Intercultural Communication
      Similarities are just as important and differences when communicating with people from other cultures. System like economics, politics, and education are found in every culture. Cultural systems affect intercultural communication. Culture evolves from people’s experiences and beliefs. These experience and beliefs lead people to act, react, and communicate the way they do. To have a complete understand of the cultural similarities and difference of those one intends to communicate with can lead to successful results.   One’s behaviors derive from their culture. One’s culture dictates their communication.
Cultural Systems
The United States (U.S.) has a culture that has similarities to others, but has many differences. Understanding how cultural systems in the United States and how they differ from others...