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Intercultural Communication within the Joint Project Work of Russian and American Students

ФИО студента: Tatyana Zaytseva

Руководитель: Mira Bergelson

Кампус/факультет: School of Foreign Languages

Программа: Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

Intercultural communication is indispensable in modern society. Representatives of different cultures and nationalities participate in different activities, gathering in both large and small groups. However, previous research in this field has not specialized on small groups, so there is need to fill the gaps in this area. The main purpose of this research is to identify verbal and non-verbal cultural traits at the moment of communication between the members of the small group. The main methods that will be employed to obtain results are observation, comparison analysis and questionnaire. The results of the study will help to identify the verbal and non-verbal characteristics of small-group communication between American and Russian representatives.

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