12 August 2018
Intercultural Communicaton in a Globalized World
The present course intends to make the students familiar with differences and similarities of pluralism and individualism taking into account the values provided by anthropological culture, high culture, or popular culture. The lectures and discussions will identify the ways that people behave in terms of individualism and collectivism in multilingual and multicultural societies, the activities of the art, literature, music, theater created by culture versus the contemporary trends of popular culture. The course also analyzes the cultural stereotypes from ancient myths to contemporary visions, appealing to the imagology for determining how national stereotypes are influenced by historical, social, and ideological conventions.
Ramona Mihaila, Professor Ph.D.
The course is open to undergraduate and graduate students in social sciences, humanities, arts, communication, political sciences, philology, journalism, business, marketing
Upon successfully completing the course, the students will be able to -identify differences and similarities of pluralism and individualism - find ways in which cultural knowledge can be acquired - see individuals and organizations prepared for cross-cultural interaction - understand cultural differences and the ways they manifest themselves - determine similarities across cultures by referring to the following elements: (verbal and nonverbal) language, social institutions, values and attitudes, manners and customs, material elements, education, religion, aesthetics - locate contemporary controversies
USD 750: Program Fee Includes;
Tuition fee for one course ( 50 hours of contact hours )
14 Nights Superior Hostel Accommodation in shared rooms
Free museum card
Two-weekend sightseeing tours ( Bosphorus Boat Tour & Historical Peninsula )
USD 690: Early discounted fee: 690 USD
Deadline: 01 June 2018