Analyse the TWO cases you have chosen: Identify the CAUSES of intercultural problems in each case and PROVIDE your solutions, by drawing on ideas, concepts, theories of intercultural communication learned in the course and other relevant literature you have searched

TASK DESCRIPTION:
1. Choose TWO cases of intercultural communication among the list of case studies provided (see document)

2. Analyse the TWO cases you have chosen: Identify the CAUSES of intercultural problems in each case and PROVIDE your solutions, by drawing on ideas, concepts, theories of intercultural communication learned in the course (see documents for lecture contents) and other relevant literature you have searched.

3. Reflect on your learning through analysing these intercultural communication cases.

FORMAT:
1. Essay title
Provide a specific title for your essay of case studies.

2. Introduction
State briefly the TWO intercultural communication cases that you have chosen and explain WHY you have chosen these two cases. Please SPECIFY the case number (as in document containing the list of cases for you to choose).

3. Analysis of problems and application of theories
You can use your own section heading here to reflect the focus of your own essay.
ANALYSE EACH of the TWO cases you have chosen. IDENTIFY causes of the intercultural problems and PROVIDE solutions by drawing on ideas, concepts and theories of intercultural communication learned in the course and other relevant literature you have searched.

4. Your reflection
REFLECT on what you have learned from analysing these cases of intercultural communication.

5. References
Provide a reference list of all work cited within your essay (in-text citations), arranged according to one standard referencing style. APA referencing style is preferred, but you may use other standard referencing styles. Be consistent in following one standard referencing style.

Q&A related to the assignment:
1. Do I need to provide an academic reason or a personal reason for the JUSTIFICATION of my choice of the case studies for my essay?

A1: You may use either academic (<link is hidden> further researching and understanding Hofstede’s cultural dimensions) or personal reasons (<link is hidden> my neighbour is a new migrant, I am interested in problems people face in adjusting into a new culture) as justifications for your choice of the cases studies, or both academic and personal.

Q2: If the problem I have identified falls in more than one Hofstede’s cultural dimension, do I need to provide a solution for each cultural dimension or just one solution as a whole?

A2: Your solution to the problem should be based on the nature of the problem, not the number of Hofstede’s cultural dimensions the problem might fall into. The nature of the problem in this case is cultural dimensions and behaviour. You may provide either one solution or more than one solution to the same problem. For <link is hidden> if the problem is related to both Hofstede’s individualist vs collectivist dimension and the power distance dimension, you could provide one solution: e.g, to run a workshop to help enhance the understanding of cultural dimensions underlying behaviours among the parties involved (providing some more details of how the workshop would be run). If you want to provide a second solution to the same problem as well, you might, for <link is hidden> suggest some relevant films they can watch to understand Hofstede’s cultural dimensions in action.

Q3: Do I write one reflection for each case or one for the entire essay?

A3: It is sufficient to write one reflection for the entire essay. However, if you prefer to write one separate reflection for each case, that is also fine.

Q4: Do I analyse each case separately or do I analyse both together?

A4: Two possible ways for you to organise your essay, depending on the cases you have chosen:

1. You start with an Introduction briefly describing the 2 cases you have chosen and why you have chosen them. Then you separately analyse the problems in each case and provide solutions to each case. Following from that you provide one reflection, describing your learning from the analyses of the two case studies. If you prefer to provide separate reflections for each case, it is fine.

2. You start with an Introduction briefly describing the 2 cases you have chosen and why you have chosen them. Then you analyse the problems in the two cases together and provide solutions. This option might work well if the two cases you have chosen have common problems (<link is hidden> both are related to Hofstede’s cultural dimensions). Following from that you provide one reflection, describing your learning from the analyses of the two cases.

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