250 word minumum. Must use textbook: Jandt, Fred E. (editor) Intercultural Communication: A Global Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2004 and cite in MLA format.
“Decoding Domination, Encoding Self-Determination: Intercultural Communication Research Processes,” Jandt and Tanno, Jandt pages 205-220
“Gender Differences in Communication: An Intercultural Experience,” Mulvaney, Jandt pages 221-229
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250-word minimum. Must use textbook: Jandt, Fred E. (editor) Intercultural Communication: A Global Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2004 and articles provided. MLA citation.
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