Talk:International communication

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You have mentioned about "Demanding a New Communication Order". I think, yes, it is important factor for intercultural communication in the fast pace of the world. The world has been changing so fast since technology has been invented and upgraded. However, as the technology such as internet, radio, skype, facetime, email etc., some people are getting less interactive because they just email anything whatever they want to say or send. It may block the way of communication. Also, not as much as face-to-face communication, mediated communication would cause people to less socialized or reactive. I recommend that you add more reasons why intercultural communication and international communication requires a new communication order and method in order for people to be interactive internationally and cross-culturally. --Jamesmin89 (talk) 08:39, 25 January 2013 (UTC)

I'm a NU student researching the norms of International Communication. I plan to contribute to this topic by adding specific details that should be communicated internationally. Jmarz33 (talk) 17:28, 23 April 2013 (UTC)