نتایج جستجو برای intercultural rhetoric

تعداد نتایج: 3489  

2004
Jens Allwood,

1.1 Terminology Intercultural communication or communication between people of different cultural backgrounds has always been and will probably remain an important precondition of human co-existance on earth. The purpose of this paper is to provide a framework of factors thatare important in intercultural communication within a general model of human, primarily linguistic, communication. The te...

2005
William Butler Yeats,

Our first tendency is to look outside Europe when searching for ancient rhetorics that do not follow the Greco-Roman tradition. After all, much of European culture was strongly influenced by Roman culture, especially following the conquests of Julius Caesar in 58-51 BCE and subsequent conquests that brought most of Europe under Roman control. Rome’s civic practices, including variations of Grec...

2003
Garry Young, George Washington, William B. Perkins,

While presidents are often credited with agenda-setting powers over the public, empirical support is limited. Important exceptions to this limited evidence were provided by Cohen (1995, 1997) and Hill (1998). They found a link between the content of State of the Union addresses and subsequent pub lic concern about policy problems for the period 1953-1989. Recently Baum and Kernell (1999) demons...

2015
Nadia De Leon,

This quasi-experimental study investigates the effects of an intensive intercultural service-learning program on the intercultural competence of undergraduate students by utilizing preand post-course assessments of intercultural competence as measured by the cultural intelligence (Van Dyne, Koh, & Ang, 2008) and intercultural sensitivity (Chen & Starosta, 2000) scales. The intercultural service...

2016
Sharon Shenhav, Belinda Campos, Wendy A. Goldberg,

Romantic relationships are situated within broader cultural and family contexts, and this may be particularly salient to those in intergroup relationships. This study examined variations in young adults’ experiences with intercultural romantic relationships by ethnicity and immigrant generation. A sample of ethnically diverse young adults (N 1⁄4 628; Asian, Latino, and European background) repo...

2013
Jong-Youl Hong, Sang-Heon Kim, Jeong-Hee Kim,

These days, the issue of diversity is very familiar to us. This is likely due to the advent of the phenomenon of a multi-cultural society. Naturally, concern and research about urban space and diversity has risen. The strategies of the EU based on ‘intercultural strategy’ contribute to the development of cultural diversity. The representative example is ‘Intercultural City Project’. The zones f...

2004
Peter Parycek, Hanna Risku,

One of the areas in knowledge management is the representation of information, an area of particular importance in e-Government, given the State’s social responsibility towards its citizens. Unlike the private industry, the State is not in a position to select its customers, and has the social responsibility to treat all citizens equally. Given this responsibility, three issues need to be addre...

Journal: :Language and Linguistics Compass 2007
Ingrid Piller,

Our times are often referred to as the ‘new world order’ with its ‘new economy’. What this means is that capitalism has been restructured on a global scale, and people of widely different cultural and linguistic backgrounds have been thrown into contact more than ever before. Cultural and linguistic contact may occur in the flows of information and mass media, as well as in the flows of actual ...

2008
Huib Wursten,

For international organizations, recruiting the right people is of paramount importance. Coping in the complex international environment requires organizations to employ the people with the competences they need. HR and recruitment departments, therefore, develop profiles containing these desired competences. Such profiles usually contain a listing of skills and character traits. Interestingly,...

Journal: :Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2008
Mary Robinson,

Mary Robinson was elected the first female President of Ireland in 1990, a position she held until she resigned in 1997 to take up the post of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, which she held until 2002. The daughter of two physicians, she holds a Master of Arts from Trinity College Dublin, a law degree from King’s Inns, Dublin, and a Master of Law from Harvard Law School. In 1...

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