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MGMT2002 Full Notes

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These are the lecture and textbook notes, very concise and detailed and all the necessary information required, HD mark with these notes. Covers lectures 7-13.

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Cultural studies Culture Human communication Communication studies Cultural anthropology Intercultural communication Group dynamics Virtual team Communication Intercultural competence Interpersonal communication Group development
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Cultural studies Culture Human communication Communication studies Cultural anthropology Intercultural communication Group dynamics Virtual team Communication Intercultural competence Interpersonal communication Group development
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Culture consists of relatively specialized elements of a lifestyle of a group of people that are passed on from one generation to the next through communication, not through genes Theories of Culture CULTURAL EVOLUTION (Darwinism) • Human species evolved from lower life forms to Homo Sapiens - cultures also evolve • Some cultures may be considered advanced-others primitive. Most contemporary scholars reject this theory. CULTURAL RELATIVISM • All cultures are different • No culture is either superior or inferior to another • View is generally accepted today and guides the infusion of cultural material into academic work • Does not imply that all cultural practices are equal • Does not imply that we have to accept all cultural practices equally Key terms RACE • Biological categorization of the way people look (hair, eyes, skin, ...
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