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Spring 2018 - MIIS
Sep 28, 2020
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IEMG 9534 - IntrcultrlRhetoricInquirySpace

Intercultural Rhetoric Inquiry Space

What are the tensions inherent in intercultural communication? What happens when intercultural interactions involve influence and persuasion? What roles can intercultural communication and influence play in social change? In this course connecting Middlebury College and MIIS students, we will create an inquiry space to investigate, and develop the practice of, intercultural listening and speaking. Class sessions will introduce rhetorical and multimodal techniques designed to help students negotiate power differences, deliberate collaboratively, and observe and question empathetically. Students will work together to create digital artifacts and live events that demonstrate their developing capacities as ethical communicators and agents of change. The format of the class will model the knowledge, skills, and dispositions discussed in the course - virtual interactions in diverse modes with students from two campuses.

2.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours

Levels: MIIS Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Intl Policy & Management Division
International Education Mgmt Department

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