Journal of Intercultural Communication, issue 17, June 2008

Natasa Bakic-Miric

Re-imaging Understanding of Intercultural Communication, Culture and Culturing

Abstract

The paper examines intercultural communication as the management of messages across cultures. Our understanding of culture, culturing and intercultural communication enlarges our understanding of what being human means and, moreover, expands moral action by locating our humanity within a constantly changing world. This emergent quantum understanding brings a closer look on intercultural theory and the phenomenon of culturing, thus, broadening human understanding of intercultural communication.

Key words: intercultural communication, culture, culturing, quantum, intercultural theory


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