Low vs. High Context Communication


The student will be able to discuss the overall concept of low versus high context cultures. The student will be able to fill out the table below.

 

 

1.0) Low and High Context Cultures

1.1) Edward T. Hall – Wikipedia

1.2) Describe a low context message.

1.3) Describe high context message.

1.4) Is a stupa and example of low context or high context?

1.5) Is a McDonald’s advertisement and example of low context or high context?

2.0) Verbal versus Nonverbal

2.1) What is the relationship between nonverbal communication and context?

2.2) What is the advice this video gives?

3.0) ) Cultural Dimension: time versus relationship

3.1) What is the difference between a time versus relationship work ethic?

3.2) What happens when people with different work styles interact?

4.0) Individualism and Collectivism

4.1) What is the relationship between high versus low context and individualism?

4.2) What is the relationship between high versus low context and individualism?

5.0) Cultural Dimension: achieved status versus ascribed status

5.1) What is ascribed status?

5.2) What is achieved status?

5.3) What is the relationship between high versus low context and status?

6.0) What are some low context regions and low context regions?

low vs high context table-006 List by Country

7.0) View of Change

7.1) Innovation

7.2) Tradition

8.0) Knowledge

8.1) Explicit

8.2) Implicit

9.0) Planning

9.1) Written – Formal

9.2) Oral – Informal

10.0) Learning

10.1) Knowledge is situational

10.2) Knowledge is transferable

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3 responses to “Low vs. High Context Communication

  1. justrandomthingsworldexplorer

    Thanks. was quite helpful for my assignment

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