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European Science Review, Issue 1-2/2017

Culture and intercultural communication in international relations

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/ESR-17-1.2-35-37

Pages: 35 - 37

Authors: Valiyev A.

Abstract: The term of “culture”, “intercultural communication” are main part of modern developing society. Through rapidly development of world, culture is going to change in our daily life. This variation can be delivered about, including growth, progress, evolution, reform, innovation, revivalism, revolution, diffusion, modernization and transformation. Hereby, modernization could be appearanced as adoption of broadening era confidences and practices, such as science, industry, democracy, and the idea of progress. Intercultural communication is a form of communication that porposes to dispense information across various cultures and social groups. We can only be managed and reduced such conflict through intercultural communication. As well as, we can only interfacing with others by capably and peacefully who are separate from ourselves can our global village reside. The article contains detailed information about the introduction to the concepts of culture, theoretical approach to the culture, communication, the role of culture in cummunication process, intercultural communication as tool of world community. The article can be considered as a useful resource for experts and researchers conducting research in this field

Keywords: Culture, communication, colere, intercultural, values, beliefs, people, cross-cultural

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