This post is provided by Kayla K., a student in my Intercultural Communication course. It’s pretty funny and probably represents a good portrayal of presentations in this course (for some students).

This was provided by Genova for COM 315: Intercultural Comm. 

An example of cross-cultural communication of different meanings of the same gesture.
Provided by Trang.

An example of cross-cultural communication of different meanings of the same gesture.

Provided by Trang.

sophist-org300:

Theorists for 400, unlocked by schra-d-e

Yes: The answer is Herbert Simon. Answered correctly by okinawabeach.

Invite me to speak at your library, organization, club, business, house. Host a resume writing party or hire me on honorarium: craig@sophisticated.me

I like to think of these elements as constituting the circles in the interpretive model.
Thanks, Claire, for sharing.

I like to think of these elements as constituting the circles in the interpretive model.

Thanks, Claire, for sharing.

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name:  Aaron Watts

Tumblr: johnpanic.tumblr.com

schra-d-e:

“We don’t have a choice on whether we do social media, the question is how well we do it?”

― Erick Qualman

I agree. I’d learn how to write a social media plan. Here’s some resources from COM 419: Digital Business Communication