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Context vs. Low-Context Cultures
faelanstevie Offline
#1 Posted : Saturday, March 31, 2018 5:06:24 AM(UTC)

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“High-context” cultures rely heavily on nonverbal communication, using elements such as the closeness of their relationships, strict social hierarchies and deep cultural knowledge to convey meaning. In contrast, “low-context” cultures depend largely on words themselves. Communication tends to be more direct, relationships tend to begin and end quickly, and hierarchies are more relaxed. It is important to note that no culture is “better” than another; communication styles simply convey differences, rather than superiority.
Much has been written about the differences between high- and low-context cultures, particularly by noted anthropologist Edward T. Hall.

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