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Evelin Lindner: The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for Intercultural Communication

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Published on Oct 31, 2011

"The Role of Dignity and Humiliation for Intercultural Communication and Global Interhuman Communication" is a video clip that was recorded on October 30, 2011, in Portland, Oregon, USA, by Linda Hartling, for the World Dignity University initiative.
See, among others, the article "Avoiding Humiliation - From Intercultural Communication to Global Interhuman Communication," in the Journal of Intercultural Communication, SIETAR Japan, Number 10, June 2007, pp. 21-38.
• Abstract: Intercultural communication has the potential to fertilize transformative learning due to its power to unsettle us. This article suggests that we may go beyond being unsettled ourselves and let the very field of intercultural communication be unsettled. This article puts forward the proposal to inscribe intercultural communication into global interhuman communication. We suggest founding a new field, the field of "Global Interhuman Communication."...
See more on www.humiliationstudies.org/whoweare/evelin02.php.

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