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Author Walsh, Michael, 1948-

Title Cross cultural communication problems in Aboriginal Australia / Michael Walsh
Published Canberra : North Australia Research Unit, Australian National University, 1997

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Description 23 pages ; 25 cm
Series North Australia Research Unit discussion paper, 1327-4791 ; no. 7/1997
Discussion paper (Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit) ; 1997/no.7
Summary Proposes a framework for characterising communication styles - the western middle class style is characterised as being dyadic and contained while Aboriginal communication styles are characterised as communal and continuous; discusses the possible consequences the differences in interactional/communication styles might have in various communication situations, for example in classrooms, courts, public meetings, negotiation; questions whether the characterisations might apply to text and discourse
Analysis Aboriginal languages
Aboriginal culture
Cross cultural studies
Communication
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 22-23
Notes Record assessed for appropriate First Nations descriptors, pending future enhancement 28/9/2022
Discussion paper (Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit) no:1997/no.7 1037-5112
Subject Kulturkontakt.
Kulturkontakt.
Aboriginal Australians -- Languages -- Social aspects.
Aboriginal Australians -- Languages.
Intercultural communication -- Australia.
Author Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit.
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