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Neverbálna Komunikácia V Medzinárodných Vzťahoch

  • Elena Delgadová

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    (Fakulta sociálno-ekonomických vzťahov, Trenčianska univerzita Alexandra Dubčeka v Trenčíne)

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    Byť schopný efektívnej spolupráce s neznámymi partnermi v neznámom kultúrnom prostredí, komunikovať akceptovateľne svoje postoje a názory z kultúrneho hľadiska a komunikáty iných si správne interpretovať, sa stáva v súčasnosti podstatou úspechu každého diplomata či manažéra. Pre úspech v takýchto podmienkach je dôležitá nielen dôkladná znalosť cudzieho jazyka a daného ekonomického prostredia s jeho príslušnými štruktúrami, ale aj identifikácia neverbálnych kódov a chápanie rozdielov v neverbálnej komunikácii, v myslení a modeloch správania vyplývajúcich z odlišného kultúrneho zázemia. Článok sa venuje vedeckému pohľadu na neverbálnu komunikáciu udávajúc a interpretujúc jej konkrétne príklady predovšetkým zo španielskej a hispánskych kultúr.

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    Article provided by Ekonomická univerzita, Fakulta medzinárodných vzťahov in its journal Almanach (Actual Issues in World Economics and Politics).

    Volume (Year): 9 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 102-122

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