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Journalism & Communication
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Culture Shock Introduction The rise in cross country trade resulting from the reduction in entry barriers have given rise immense opportunities for business organizations to seize. Making use of these opportunities however means taking their businesses into countries that may be a vastly different experience than managing business operations at home.
Arriving at efficient intercultural communication can be a challenge to most business organizations, because of the inherent problems. Many a company has stumbled at this hurdle of understanding cross cultures and arriving at efficient intercultural communication in its business activities (Guffy & Loewy, 2008, p.79). To provide an understanding of this aspect, this paper looks at two imaginary countries with different imaginary cultures, and the potential intercultural communication problems for a business organization attempting to enter these countries, along with the possible solutions for these problems. Potential Intercultural Communication Problems Sulandia Norotania 1 Assumptions of Similarities – The belief that similarity exists in the manner in which people of the country think, believe, and do with one’s own thoughts, beliefs, and actions. Assumptions of Similarities – The belief that similarity exists in the manner in which people of the country think, believe, and do with one’s own thoughts, beliefs, and actions. ...
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