Cross-Cultural Communication Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Cross-Cultural Communication
Compares & contrasts the characteristics of communication in the Mexican-American community of the 1940s & the current African-American community.
# 20767 | 1,575 words | 2 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Mar 02, 2003 in Communication (Language and Speech) , Ethnic Studies (North American)

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" Cross-cultural Communication

One of the interesting things about the United States is that there are so many opportunities to engage in cross-cultural communication within the country itself. The United States is less homogenous than most societies. There are a number of speech communities within its borders. This creates multiple problems, and multiple opportunities.
The intent in this paper is to look at two ethnographic explorations of disparate speech communities; one, the Mexican-American community of the late 1940s and one the modern African-American speech community. It also must be understood that there are variations within these communities, too. Nonetheless, it.."

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