WVU COMM 316 - What are the Communication Issues Facing a Global Identity? (4 pages)

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Lecture number:
20
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
West Virginia University
Course:
Comm 316 - Intercultural Communication
Edition:
1
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COMM 316 1st Edition Lecture 20 Outline of Last Lecture I II III IV V Developing Intercultural Intimate Relationships Invisible Challenges A Cultural Ethnic Membership Values Intercultural Intimate Relationship Attraction Facilitating Factors A Perceived Physical Attractiveness B Perceived Similarity C Cross Cultural Self Disclosure Comparisons 1 Johari Window 2 Online Disclosure of Affection 3 Third Party Matchmakers Online and Mobile Dating 4 Intercultural Interracial Romantic Relationship Development 5 Research Intercultural Intimate Conflict Obstacles and Stumbling Blocks A The Encounter Prejudice and Racism B Countering Prejudice and Racism Coping Strategies C Relational Transgressions and Terminations Raising Bicultural Children A Bicultural Identity Struggles B Cultivating a Secure Multifaceted Identity Intercultural Reality Check Do Ables Outline of Current Lecture I Wired and One The Roar of the Internet A II The Transformation of Local and Global Identities A B C D E F G H III Local Identity Global Identity Third Identity The Lens of Television Identity Formation Global Television Impact Be Hip Be Hot and Pop Culture Impact Outsourced Beats You are What You Can Dance to You are What You Wear Pop Culture as Fashion Who and What Are e netizens A B C IV The Internet as Our Central Station Defining the Background of e netizens Characteristics of an e netizen Identity Inverted Pyramid of e netizen Identity The Dialectical Pulls of an e netizen A Spatial Zone Dialectics Current Lecture Wired and On The Roar of the Internet o The Internet as Our Central Station o Wired Communication Think about technology influences your communication Face to face vs gadget The Transformation of Local and Global Identities o Local Identity made up of ethnic values practices traditions of the local identity communal group o Global Identity adopt and embrace international practices and values over local Keep up with latest trends technological advances etc o Third Identity Global Local o The Lens of Television Identity Formation Television is an identity supplier and forges sense of communal belonging o o o o Children across the globe watch international programs based on the U S and values of pop culture and consumerism Global Television Impact Shapes the way we see our world influences how we form our stereotypes of people in different cultures ethnic groups Be Hip Be Hot and Pop Culture Impact Pop culture supporters see the world as constantly changing interdependent Opponents view pop culture as negative because it can damage culture boundaries and Westernizes intact indigenous cultural groups Outsourced Beats You are What you can Dance to Through music common identity expression and connection with others You Are What You Wear Pop Culture as Fashion Japan Ganguro Maintain a dark brown tan or apply a dark brown foundation They dye their hair brown or gold and wear blue contact lenses They combine a California beach girl and disco era looks Who and What Are e netizens o e netizen new generation of individuals wired to the Internet via intersecting space having a hybrid identity both local and global o Defining the Background of e netizens E netizens the first wave users having the latest technology Globally Ethnic involves multiple ethnicities o Characteristics of an e netizen Identity E characteristics Exclusive not the only identity you have Evolved multi faceted Explorers always ways to access info in various ways Emoticon Entertained Energized Engaged o Inverted Pyramid of e netizen identity Gliding unstable always changing Interfaced Fixated strong attachment The Dialectical Pulls of an e netizen o Spatial Zone Dialectics Internet provides privacy and anonymity and shared communal space Individuals experience solitude and tribal pole Individuals access the Internet in private space within solitude pole Web community allows individuals to interact without face to face contact Too much in the tribal pole and one may find themselves addicted


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