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INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Japan - Doshisha University - 'Language & Culture, Doshisha Univ.'
UC Course SubjectCommunication
Number & Suffix: 110
Full UC Title: INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION 
Transcript Title: INTERCULTURAL COMM 
UC QTR Units - Division: 3.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course examines different theories and concepts within the field of intercultural communication. The course also examines the blurring line between the "correct" and the "incorrect" cultural parodies. The beginning of the course traces different theories applied to intercultural communication from the past to the present. Discussion topics include the effects of media within different cultures and how certain media portrays other cultures; the ways in which media affects information within the culture. The course includes analysis of topics as well as group projects. Text: Milton J Bennett, INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A CURRENT PERSPECTIVE and other assigned readings. Assessment: class attendance (30%), class participation (30%), weekly readings (10%), three 1-page papers (10%), and class presentation and a final analytical paper (20%). 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION A 
Partner University Department: Center for Japanese Language and Culture 
Partner University Course Number: N/A