CMM 335 - Ethnic and Intercultural Communication
This course will examine current theoretical and applied issues in intercultural communication with particular emphasis on ethnic identity, African American communication, and racism. One goal will be to articulate how various groups define themselves and how they perceive interethnic communication. The course will conceptualize communication as a problem that participants must solve during interaction by assigning meanings and establishing identities. We will apply theories of language, communication, and culture to the context of ethnic communication.
Prerequisite(s): CMM 110 .
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