List of publications on a keyword: «cross-cultural communication»
FSBEI of HE "Novosibirsk State Technical University" , Новосибирская обл
«Формирование межкультурной компетенции с использованием ИКТ»
Article is devoted to features of formation of cross-cultural competence at classes of foreign language. The component structure of cross-cultural competence and the principles of its formation are considered in the article. The features of training with the use of ICT which is promoting formation of cross-cultural competence are identified.
FSBEI of HE "Moscow State Institute of Culture" , Москва г
«Role of cross-cultural communicatin in tourism and maintenance of tourist education and science»
FSOMEI of HE "Military University" of the Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation , Москва г
«US military language group in signs of language and culture»
The relevance of this study is determined by the importance of theoretical and practical analysis of issues related to intercultural communication. The object of this paper is the extralinguistic aspect of the U.S. military lingo. The subject area embraces distinctive linguistic phenomena of the military subcultural milieu, going back to the historical and cultural heritage of military society and thus characterized by extralinguistic context. As exemplified in English, the authors point out, that success of cross-cultural communication is largely determined both by a high level of linguistic competence and background knowledge.
Prihozhaya Liliia Ivanovna , candidate of philological sciences , доцент
FSAEI of HE "Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University" , Калининградская обл
«Speech etiquette in the sphere of cross-cultural communication»
Speech etiquette as the main component of cross-cultural communication is studied by the authors, most common speech norms used in communication for the beginning of the conversation and during the conversation in the foreign language are analyzed. The authors compare the rules of verbal behaviour in the English and German languages, identify the rules of verbal behaviour which help to get communicative aim.