Inter-Cultural Communication | Assignment

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Running Head: ANALYSIS 1Inter-Cultural CommunicationName of the StudentName of the University
ANALYSIS2IntroductionCulture is a particular way of life followed by a particular group of people. Peoplefollows the same traditions, customs, rules and regulations of the society. There are differenttypes of cultures and traditions in the society that are passed to one another by genetics orheredity. Communication is the process by which people communicates with one another. Itcan verbal or non-verbal both. So, intercultural communication is also known as the cross-cultural communication. It is because people of different cultures communicate with oneanother with the help of the various skills, abilities and information. So, I think theintercultural communication can motivate a person to assume, identify, judge, learn andaccept new things while respecting one’s own thoughts and knowledge about improving thelife.DiscussionOption AReasons of Deep cultural rootsCultural plays an important role in the better development, growth and success of thepeople in the society. It is also easier for the person to learn and respect others byunderstanding them. Good and diverse culture can even help the person to distinguish amongthe right and the wrong so that correct initiatives can be taken to improve the society and thelife of the living beings. They are also able to accept and adjust with the new changes in thesociety. It can also be seen that culture can give rise to assumptions as well. Many peoplebased on their knowledge and skills views the surrounding according to their need andpreferences, likes etc. (Carbaugh, 2013). However, with the help of the deep cultural andtraditional roots I learnt that people are equal in spite of belonging to different race, class,gender, religion, age etc. People should be judged on their taste, choice, performance,
ANALYSIS3capability etc. People also get the ability to act according to the need of the situation andtime.Impact of Deep cultural roots on the personal value, belief, behavior and knowledgeGood and deep cultural and traditional roots can help the person to improve or changeits beliefs and values. The behavior of the person also changes according to the need, timeand situation. The person not only learns to communicate with the people of different culture,values etc. but also learns to accept and adjust with the new cultural changes so that they cangive their best. The person is also able to self-realize about him or herself and the society as awhole so that they provide their views on the particular topic. They become discipline,determined and dedicated while performing or learning any new works for the betterment ofthe society. People also learn to respect and work cooperatively in spite of belonging fromdifferent race, culture etc (Casmir, 2013). USA is one of the best example of interculturalcommunication as people of different countries live together, respect each other and givetheir best for the development of the organization and the country as a whole.Influence and impact of Assumptions or underlying unspoken beliefs on our identityCulture and assumptions are interrelated with one another and plays an important rolein the developing a good personality and behavior of a person while performing any kind ofactivities etc. They can even help the person to gain good mental as well as physicalwellbeing so that they can perform well in any kinds of activities they are related with.Culture is also closely related with the better development of the organization as employeesof diverse backgrounds work together to accomplish the given targets within the given time.People also learn to shared their thoughts, values, beliefs and assumptions with one anotherso that they can gain success by behaving properly with one another. Assumptions alsomotivate the employees to analyze the problems so that proper solutions can be used to solve
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