Context-dependent vs. content-dependent: an exploration of the cultural behavioural patterns of online intercultural communication using e-mail
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Keywordshigh context cultural behaviour; low context cultural behaviour; cultural values; intercultural communication styles; globally distributed collaboration; WSIS; World Summit on the Information Society; UN; United Nations; behavioural patterns; email archives; electronic mail; collaborative environments; online communication; virtual communication; internet; world wide web; transnational civil society; communicative mannerisms; context-dependent; content-dependent; electronic knowledge sharing; collaboration; decision making.;
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