Explain how our idea of masculinity values various forms of violence, and how our idea of femininity turns women into victims. Can you see this in your own life--whether you are a woman or a man? How? If you feel comfortable, try to give some specific examples.
Look for some online resources that suggest what we can do in the United States to end the cycle. Briefly describe some ideas from these resources that you think would work, and explain why you think they would work.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:35 am ad1c9bdddf
I think that our idea of masculinity values various forms of violence, due to the fact that our idea of masculinity is steeped in rewarding aggression and domination. This can be readily seen by the tens of millions of dollars that some professional fighters receive for a single boxing match. In addition, we provide outstanding football players with lucrative contracts and superstar status, and reward our most aggressive and courageous soldiers with medals. Our idea that females should be ...
This solution describes how masculinity and violence seem to be valued in the United States.
Issues in Intercultural Communication in the Workplace
Article, "Moving Communication Across Cultures", rectify a situation that illustrates an intercultural communication issue within a work environment and include the following:
1. A full description of the communication issue. Describe the context, the principle players, and the outcome of the situation. Mention the verbal and nonverbal components in the experience you describe.
2. A diagnosis of the communication issue. Using two sources, state the cultural norms of the principles players involved in the given situation. How do these cultural norms may have impacted the communication transaction.
3. Strategies for dealing with the issue. Recommendations that would have prevented the issue and paved the way for a more effective communication.
In Diversity Role-Plays please discuss the following:
1. An intercultural transaction in which you have participated in which one or more parties demonstrated an application of kinesics different from your cultural norm.
a. How did you react to the difference?
b. Did the difference prove to be a barrier to the communication?
2. How is it possible that individuals speaking the same language may confront cultural barriers to communications?
3. How do language patterns manifest themselves in culturally specific thought processes, such as orientation to problem-solving and organization?View Full Posting Details