CROSS CULTURE COMMUNICATION
Universally speaking we are living in the world of sharing and interdependence in the family, society or nation. The violent strides of modern science and technology has made a mark and influenced our materialistic world. The sharing has crossed the boundaries of Individual Nation, may it be a developed country or developing country or under-developed countries. The value of nationalism is an important value, no doubt, but now the more important is internationalism which comes through international understanding that begets Universal Brotherhood with this mental disposition, the entire world becomes like a nest or a “Global Village”. If we want to keep peace, harmony in society; the approach for increasing knowledge, understanding between individual or society members of two cultures is necessary. If we want to dispense with the tribal character of religion or culture we have to develop Cross Cultural Awareness.
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