Integrating Divine Values In Intercultural Comunication Class

Hilma Pami Putri

Abstract


Intercultural communication is the subject that present different cultures, the way to understand someones’ culture, the way they behave, think, feel and also act with the culture. There are many problems appear in communication if there is no understanding among culture. This article is aimed to hindrance the challenges in intercultural communication class. The challanges are the individual uniqueness, stereotyping, and objectivity that could make the conflict happen. The best way to hindrance the challenges is by  giving a huge understanding about the divine values to the students. It is expected to make the students to have a good character to acomplish the communication goals and become an effective communicator

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