Students attend a cultural event or space that differs from their own culture and summarize the experience. Students then summarize the event or interview, including their observation of clothing, food, rituals, verbal and nonverbal communication, cultural beliefs, values, symbols, identities, power distance, and global views. Students determine if the culture is individualistic or collectivistic and compare and contrast the culture with their own culture. Students identify possible communication challenges, suggest strategies to improve communication between the two cultures, and support their observations and recommendations with scholarly evidence.
paper includes: 1) title page; 2) abstract; 2) five- to six-page body; and 3) reference page. The paper must cite at least four scholarly sources and be formatted in APA Style.