The Effect on Culture-Bound Evaluation by the Intercultural Communication Workshop (ICW) at Portland State University
Portland State University. Department of Speech Communication
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Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech Communication
Portland State University -- Students -- Attitudes, Intercultural communication
1 online resource (3, ix, 140 pages)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect on culture-bound evaluation by the Intercultural Communication Workshop (ICW) at Portland State University. An increase in positive evaluation of an intercultural dyad was taken to indicate a decrease in culture-bound evaluation. Methodology consisted of an adaptation of Dawes' "Direct Estimation Techniques" which was utilized in creating the testing instrument. The results are inconclusive but suggest that the ICW training may be more effective in this dimension for the American students than for International students.
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Sørensen, Marion Franc, "The Effect on Culture-Bound Evaluation by the Intercultural Communication Workshop (ICW) at Portland State University" (1984). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3388.
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