Translate this page from English Print Page Change Text Size: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines, Winter, Some of the discussion is, in my view, superficial and misleading.
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What is a Culture? In the US, what we generally mean by different cultures are foreign cultures and sub-cultures within our larger US community.
An example of a foreign culture, might be a person coming from China to the United States. A Chinese person has patterns of behavior that are normal and healthy in his or her home community. However, certain aspects of their behaviors may be perceived by US citizens as not healthy not within the US "norm" of behavior.
A good example is the distance Europeans stand from others when talking. Misunderstandings also happen between sub-cultures in our own country. Each sub-culture has new or different sets of behavior or ways of living that may at times be perceived as wrong.
This is where the term Cultural Issues comes from. After many years of changes, the main characteristics of Americans remain: We have a lot of confusion about what families are supposed to be like especially because we have a lot of extended families due to divorce and re-marriage.
All Americans are to be able communicators and not too affectionate. We have a need for personal physical space; we are taught not to be too close to one another. So instead, we learn early in our lives to accept stereotypes of groups, or individuals.
We develop stereotypes not just for large cultures, but smaller ones; such as police officers, Mexican Americans, women, or executive males.
Stereotypes eliminate the challenges of understanding people who are different from ourselves; they supposedly give us a general overview of whole groups of people so we know what to expect and how to act.
Unfortunately, so many stereotypes are inaccurate and are used as a method of scapegoating, or to separate "their" behavior from "my" behavior. When we have problems with someone of a different group, we tend to identify the problem as having to do with the group, rather than ourselves or the specific person.
So stereotypes do get in the way of how we think and feel. It makes us very judgmental about others and unfortunately often erroneously so. Stereotypes prevent us from identifying the feelings that are really go on inside of us.
What role do they play? The US is considered one of the more dynamic societies in the world. So in the US those new immigrants bring their cultural backgrounds into the interaction in the culture.
We welcome and pick up on many things in new cultures such as diet, art, music, patterns of behavior, language idiom, etc. While there is a welcoming of differences such as food and music, there is also a stress between new cultural influences and the predominant cultural influences.
People from new and different cultural groups are heavily discriminated against and negatively stereotyped because of their differences from the main culture.
We have seen this in the discrimination of groups throughout our history, most notable with African Americans, Native Americans, Irish, Italians, and Jews.
He had an aunt in Minnesota who used to write letters to his mother.Not only did this misunderstanding result in over 22, casualties in the bloodiest single day in the history of America, but it allowed Abraham Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing all slaves in the South.
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Rogers () in A History of Communication Study noted that “communication [is] often taught without much discussion of its roots. One result of this differences between the communication styles of European5/5(2).
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CSD L Final Exam. STUDY. PLAY. Globalization. -Identity is about similarities and differences - these play a critical role in social relations Representatives from different organizations working to achieve mutually agreeable solutions while trying to minimize differences, misunderstandings, conflicts.