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Say What!? Making Sense of Intercultural (mis)Communication

FRS 108

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This course explores the linguistic and extralinguistic aspects of intercultural communication, including pragmalinguistics, politeness, and cross-cultural communication. It aims to develop an understanding of the culture-language relationship and an interest in the multifaceted nature of language and the way its components are shaped by sociocultural practices. The course does not require any background in linguistics; it is meant to be an accessible introduction for undergraduates who are new to intercultural communication and are interested in international relations and global cultures. Classes are highly participatory.
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Section S01