reasons or imperatives for studying intercultural communicatio

Lesson 1: Discussion Questions

Dear Students,

Martin and Nakayama offer six reasons or imperatives for studying intercultural communication: economics, technology, demographics, peace, self-awareness, and ethics. Which of these six reasons or imperatives to studying intercultural communication speak to you personally? Which ones reflect the reasons you are interested in learning more about the field of Intercultural Communication? What are your personal and professional goals that this course might be able to help you accomplish? In other words, let me know what you wish to gain from this class so I can tailor our course to your interests.

Please remember that all blog entries need to have at least one scholarly, credible source cited right in your contribution to support your key claims (i.e., include proper in-text citations according to the style manual of your choice).

I am curious about your responses,

Be creative: post comments, ask/answer questions, expand threads, and, most importantly, provide creative examples that illustrate, explain, and help us understand one or more of the concepts discussed in the readings.
Please note: At least one scholarly, credible source needs to be referred to and cited directly in the text of each blog entry. If this key requirement is not met, 30% (i.e., 9 points out of 30) will have to be deducted.

Hi writer,

Please use simple words to write this assignment. This is my second year in college, I’m an international student. Thank you.

There is one required text.

Martin, J.N., Nakayama, T.K. (2013). Intercultural Communication in Contexts (6th edition). Boston: McGraw-Hill. ISBN-13: 978-007803677


Prime Essay Services , written from scratch, delivered on time, at affordable rates!