科目名 Cross-cultural Psychology and CommunicationⅠ
単位数 2.0
担当者 Dr. Luke Carson
履修時期 前期: 木10.40 -12.10
履修対象 Graduate Students
概要 Cross-cultural psychology looks at how culture affects human thinking and behaviour. This in turn impacts how we communicate. In an increasingly globalized society, understanding these differences in thought, behaviour and communication has become a much more pressing need.
科目の到達目標 The course objective is the development of a well-informed understanding and appreciation of cultural difference and similarity, and a practical ability to successfully make, develop and improve relationships in an internationalized and diverse world.
受講要件 This class will be taught in English. Students must actively participate in English during the class, and prepare for classes. Attendance is mandatory.
事前・事後学修の内容 As well as readings prescribed by the teacher, students will be expected to extend the topic discussions through their own exploration of related research. This will require students to make use of the research databases available, and be regularly engaged in critical reading.
講義内容 Depending on the needs of the students enrolled, the specifics of the course may be subject to change. This course will focus on issues relating to understanding how culture impacts thought, behaviour and communication, discovering what the resulting differences are across cultures, and how to communicate effectively across cultures. Examples of areas to be discussed are communication norms and practices, social values and behaviours, roles of groups and individuals, motivation and emotion, perception, working in international and multinational contexts, and cross-cultural conflicts.
第1回:・オリエンテーション・・・・・
第2回:異文化コミュニケーションとは何か
第3回:文化とは何ですか?
第4回:文化は見ることができますか?
第5回:異文化コミュニケーションシミュレーション
第6回:個人主義
第7回:集産主義
第8回:ドイツ、トルコ、インド、中国: ケーススタディ
第 9回: 文化的価値: アイデンテティー
第10回:文化的価値: 権力距離
第11回: ステレオタイプ
第12回: バイアス
第13回: 非言語的コミュニケーション: 感情と意思
第14回: 非言語的コミュニケーション:身振り、姿勢、表情
第15回:学生発表
定期試験: レポート
評価方法 Students will be graded on attendance, participation, discussion (50%); papers, presentations and other homework (25%); and a final paper or project (25%).
教科書等 Textbooks are not required for this course. Readings will be provided by the teacher.
担当者プロフィール Luke Carson received his PhD from Dublin City University in Ireland, and also has degrees from University College Cork and Trinity College Dublin. His research interests include cross-cultural studies, psychology, communication and education.
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