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Culture - Language, Social Systems and Communication Styles

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2. What comprises "the filter of the social system?" Define it within your personal context of work. Illustrate -- with at least two examples -- how your social system influences your communication style (speech, interpersonal communication, responses/reactions to any given situation, etc.).

3. Focus on a culture different from your own. How do communication styles vary according to age, sex, and status of speakers in that culture? Identify levels of formality, language style, tone, etc. Compare and contrast the communication styles of your own context with the "foreign" culture you have chosen to analyze.

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By responding to the questions, this solution examines various aspects of culture as it related to language, social systems and "foreign" communication styles.

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