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The Korean NormsLectureDr. RANSOOK KANG

OBJECTIVE1. Understanding Korean norms in theaspect of intercultural communication2. Discussing about different cultural Norms- Relate to Japanese Society- Relate to Asian and European Society

What is culture?‘Shared values’‘Belief’‘Behaviors of group of interacting people’https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 57KW6RO8Rcs&feature youtube gdata player

Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis1. there are certain thoughts of anindividual in one language that cannotbe understood by those who live inanother language.2. The way people think is stronglyaffected by their native languages.

Intercultural ContextI / SelfFamiliarMy home cultureYou / OtherUnfamiliarCultural overlap“Other” home culturehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v PSt op3fQck

CulturesHigh Context : Korea, Japan, Chinese.-Infer most information from context.Convey little information explicityPrefer indirectness, Politeness, AmbiguityConsider oral argument more binding than written cuesRely heavily on non-verbal signLow Context : Europe, America.- Rely little on context- Spell out most information- Value directness : may see indirectness as dishonestor manipulative- Value written words more than oral statement.

High Context & Law Contexthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v 8tIUilYX56E&feature youtube gdata playerHigh context messages :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v GzI7z50fUPQLow context messages :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v xp-cFysb2w

Why do we have to knowKorean Norms?

Relationship Korea with Japan“So near(close)and yet so far”

Cultural difftencehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v YnisXK UfTs&feature youtube gdata playerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v Z6SGz2kitaA&feature youtube gdata player

Group discussion“Let’s think about difference betweenKorean , Japanese and Chinese ?”Also,“What are similar, Korean culture andJapanese culture?”(For 3minuite)

KOREAN NORMS“Norms”rules, guides and standards of conduct ;they determine acceptable behaviors.‘Prescriptive and proscriptive norms.’ Question Do you know any Korean norms?

Mannerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v xxNqrtncw60&feature youtube gdata player- Greetinghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v AIkZKNv0F7M&feature youtube gdata playerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v bq0yOm55yAE&feature youtube gdata playerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v cFQFp05Twww&feature youtube gdata player

Bow to greet each other(except with the same-aged friends)

Subordinates must greet or bow tosuperiors first; subordinates have to bowdeeper to superiors.

Use honorific in speaking to strangers,older people, superiors, etc.

Practically everyone is called by his or hertitle, including older siblings and cousins,except the same-aged friends.

Do not use red ink in writing a person’sname.

Pass or receive objects with both hands.

Do not sit on the doorstep

Do not shake a leg while sitting.

Do not sit at corners of the table.

Do not hit someone in the head

Pillows should not be left standing(if you do, burglars may come)Young people don’t smoke in front ofolder people.Women should not smoke in public.

Turning sideways when drinking alcoholin front of an older person.

When drinking in a group, Koreans don’tfill their own glass; they fill each other’sglass and often offer their own emptyglass to other members in the group.

Covering your mouth when yawning orlaughing, especially for females.

Don’t blow your nose in the presence ofothers (out of consideration for others).

Do not leave a spoon or chop sticks inyour bowl.

Men pay.

An older person pays.

Subordinates are expected to stand upwhen a person of higher rank appears.

Graves should face the south

Cultural Shock“Individual Homework”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 35nutEZT56M&feature youtube gdata player

OBJECTIVE 1. Understanding Korean norms in the aspect of intercultural communication 2. Discussing about different cultural Norms - Relate to Japanese Society

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