Perception & Identity in Intercultural Communication
This dynamic revision is updated and retitled to more accurately reflect its content. In it Singer explores the communication process and the manner in which perception and identity affect communication on every level of interaction - Interprersonal, intergroup and international. From his analysis of cultural and group identities each individual develops, he argues convincingly that all individuals are culturally unique and that all communication, therefore, is to some degree intercultural.
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