Category: Intercultural Communication

Religious conflict in Myanmar

I. Introduction Nowadays, conflicts take place on different religions start from misunderstandings to genocides. Conflict can be defined as “a psychological state of affairs in which the parties are aware of the incompatibility of potential future positions”. Religious conflict refers to a conflict which take place because of incompatibility between different religions. Recently in Myanmar, […]

Report on intercultural marriage by Aminath Afra

1.0 INTRODUCTION Intercultural marriage is a marriage between two people from two different cultural backgrounds. It can be in different race, religion or nationalities. In today’s globalized world, it has become a very simple to meet people from all kind of culture backgrounds and sometimes fall in love. The presence of intercultural marriages and understanding […]

My culture identity – by Aminath Afra

My Cultural identity Cultural identity consists of race, religion, class, gender, and family’s identities. Moreover, national, social and personal identity also contributes to one’s cultural identity, as these characteristics shape the entire person, making us who we are. I belong to a multicultural family. My father is a Sri Lankan, my mother is a Maldivian […]

Reflective Diary on Conflict by Miss Suneeda Dorloh

During this lecture we had discussed about the conflict which is related to me and including to my life too because in this university given so many differences of conflict that refer to culture, religion, daily life and so on. Those things are important for me during my study here as international student beside that […]

World at Conflict: An Analytical Reflection– Manadir Mohammad Mahi

“Contradiction is universal, absolute, existing in all processes of the development of things and running through all processes from beginning to end.” — Mao Tse-tung In the discussion of conflicts during the session of Current Affairs, we talked about ins and outs of it, the nature and consequences of conflict in different scenarios. Conflict is […]

My Identity paper – by Dolma Nyinba from Nepal

 Identity itself is a profound matter that all an individual carries from their ancestors which shows their origin, culture, tradition, etc. I do have my identity which is vivid and prevailing on me physically and mentally. My family’s’ composition is Mongolian, Nepali, Buddhist, Middle-class. Mongolian is the origin of my ancestors where they came from […]

Meaning of Current Affair for Me – by Nur Natasha Binti Abdul Aziz

For me current affairs are explanation and analysis of current events and issues which are dealing with political, cultural, social and economic. All of these issues are affected by science and technology. It also distinguishes from coverage of news, coverage of special events such parliamentary proceedings, and also coverage of consumer affairs among other exceptions.To […]

The LTTE, Muslim conflict in Sri Lanka

PROJECT PAPER- Intercultural Communication Written by – Fathima Rimsana & Miss Humaidah Hayih The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (Tamilila vidutalaip pulikal; commonly known as the LTTE or the Tamil Tigers) was a separatist militant organization that was based in northern Sri Lanka. Founded in May 1976 by Velupillai Prabhakaran, it waged a violent secessionist […]

Samorvar (1991) states that individuals are not the same as the cultures they belong with. – Reflection by Ms.Rimzana from Sri Lanka

Culture is the systems of knowledge shared by a relatively large group of people (Hofstede, G. (1997). The behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols that they accept, and that are given to generation from the ancestors to each individual in their culture. So, the individuals from the respective cultures will always try to imitate their culture […]

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