KVVS105 Theorizing Intercultural Communication (2 cr)
The aim of this self-study unit is to introduce the students to advanced intercultural communication concepts and frameworks.
Passing the course requires completion of the book exam in line with stated learning outcomes.
Grade-specific assessment criteria are introduced in Korppi.
- present and critically evaluate advanced concepts, theoretical frameworks and applications of intercultural communication
- distinguish and compare intercultural communication theories and applications in academic discussion.
Timing: First spring semester or second year
- Hall, E.T. (1970) . The silent language. New York: Anchor Books. AND <br />Hall, E.T. (1976) . Beyond culture. New York: Doubleday.
- Hofstede, G. H., Hofstede, G. J., & Minkov, M. (2010). Cultures and organizations: Software of the mind. Intercultural cooperation and its importance for survival. New York: McGraw-Hill. OR