Communication, Culture, and the Family

At ICA’s Intercultural Division session, Culture and Family, papers illustrated how culture is the backbone for how we define ourselves, act out, and communicate, including with our closest social groups – spouses, parents, and families.  Such intimate communications can lead to life and death, as one paper showed in a case study of an honor killing.  I was privileged to be a discussant at this session.  See http://www.icahdq.org/

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