During the class, you have been asked to read several journal articles. You have also been asked to reflect on your cultural identity as you consider the many levels that constitute your identity. You also considered attribution, dialectics and how all of this is applied to interpersonal communication. For our final assignment, you will choose four articles from the articles you have been asked to read in class and you will complete three items for each.
Each Article will need these three things……………
1. Complete an APA reference for the article
2. Complete an annotation of the article.
The annotation is not a summary or paraphrase. In this paragraph, you will interpret and evaluate the contents of the article itself. It is a narrative paragraph of about 100 words providing information and assessment about the article.
3. Write a reflection of your own intercultural communication connecting the information from the article as it applies to you personally (This section only can be written in first person).
In this paragraph of about 100 words, relate the information that you have evaluated in the article to your own cultural identity and intercultural communication. This is a reflective piece where you are able to connect the information in theory to an understanding of your own identity.
Articles to choose from:
Cho, J., & Lee, S. (2016). International students’ proactive behaviors in the united states: Effects of information- seeking behaviors on school life. Journal of College Student Development, 57(5), 590-603.
Chitakornkijsil, P. (2010). INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES AND MULTINATIONAL ORGANIZATION COMMUNICATION. International Journal of Organizational Innovation (Online), 3(2), 6-20.
Hinchcliff-Pelias, M., & Greer, N. S. (2004). THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION. International Education, 33(2), 5-18.
Kerdchoochuen, J., PhD. (2011). Speaking with A stranger: Intercultural classrooms’ tensions and managing strategies. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 8(9), 9-17.
Hughes, P. C., & Baldwin, J. R. (2002). Black, white, and shades of gray: Communication predictors of stereotypic impressions. Southern Communication Journal, 68, 40-56.