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LIR 100

Global Models in Intercultural Relations

As technological, social, political and economic developments continue to increase the prevalence of international communications, this course helps students gain a clearer understanding of the worldwide diversity of cultural communication systems compared with their own more familiar cultural habits. In addition to discovering various global patterns that emerge from language and worldview comparisons, students learn how to develop the necessary emotional capacity and intercultural sensitivity needed for brokering complex social relationships between people from diverse backgrounds.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1

Prerequisites

None

Antirequisites

None

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

None

Language and Intercultural Relations

  • LIR 100
    Global Models in Intercultural Relations
  • LIR 200
    Critical Practices in Intercultural Relations
  • LIR 205
    Greek and Latin Keys to Academic English
  • LIR 207
    Translation as a Cultural Bridge
  • LIR 300
    Intercultural Negotiations
  • LIR 400
    Ethnographic Practices
  • LIR 800
    Topics in Intercultural Relations
  • LIR 901
    Directed Readings (French)
  • LIR 902
    Directed Readings (Spanish)