Research Seminar "Cross-Cultural Communication in Asia"
- The aim of the course is to familiarize students with the peculiarities of Asian cultures, to teach successful integration into the international environment and effective communication with representatives of Asian cultures.
- Learn to overcome culture shock and adapt to the international community.
- Use modern scientific approaches, models and methods for identifying cultures and build own behavior based on them.
- Develop an understanding of the cultural specifics of Asia.
- Analyze and adequately respond to various cross-cultural situations that arise in the process of interaction with representatives of Asian countries.
- Improve negotiation skills with representatives of ASEAN and China and Japan.
- Master the business etiquette standards adopted in Asia.
- Block I – 1st year of the course. Scientific Approaches to The Study of Cross-Cultural Communications.
- Block 2. - 1st year of the course. Types of communication for Business protocol.
- Block 3. – 2nd year of the course. Cultural features and specifics of negotiating with representatives of China, Southeast Asia, South Korea and Japan.
- Control TestThe Test is written at the end of the Block 2 of the study of the discipline. The Test runs in SmartLMS consisting of 20 questions. The Test time: 25 minutes.
- Accumulative gradeQuiz in a form of a written test or in a form of a Kahoot at the end of each lecture based on the main aspects discussed during the lecture.
- Oral PresentationOral presentation at seminars on a chosen topic. The speech takes place in English and is written based on a studied material from Block 1 and Block 2 and also with a help of required and optional reading given in the program. Max time of the speech: 15 minutes. Students are expected to read literature recommended in the syllabus, as well as to search for extra sources, especially in order to get most recent information on the topic of their presentation. The report begins with the presentation of the topic, abstract and objectives to the audience and ends with conclusions and a list of references. 1. Content of the report: - corresponds to the stated topic, fully reveals the topic; - should be made in an academic language; - reporter should present logical and convincing argumentation, complete and reasoned answers to the questions; - lack of factual errors; - reporter should understand the main terms of the report, if necessary – explain their meaning to the audience; - appropriate conclusions to the stated objectives. 2. Presentation design: - the presence of illustrative material (maps, diagrams, tables, photos) with an indication of the source; - a list of sources, drawn up in accordance with the requirements. 3. Speech: - it is not allowed to read in advance prepared text on any medium; - the roles of the participants are evenly distributed; - compliance with the time limit (15 minutes).
- Active work at seminarsDuring the seminars, students also should receive points for participating in the discussion of the presented topic, asking questions to speakers after the Oral Presentations, expressing their own opinions related to the discussed topic, answering questions correctly asked by teacher and the one who presented the topic. Active work also includes case studies and role games.
- ExamThe Exam is a Test in SmartLMS, consisting of 40 questions of different formats. Test is written during an exam week. The response time is 45 minutes.
- 2022/2023 2nd module0.5 * Control Test + 0.5 * Accumulative grade
- 2023/2024 1st module0.2 * Oral Presentation + 0.4 * Exam + 0.4 * Active work at seminars
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