【工作坊】北京外国语大学跨文化能力实践工作坊

作者:时间:2019-10-28点击数:

李臻怡 博士,教授

加拿大皇家大学文化与传播系主任

北京外国语大学国际新闻与传播学院客座教授


工作坊分四次,每次两个半小时,讲授跨文化能力的重要模型、测量、和培训。

第一讲:跨文化能力理论模型辨析与培训历史

111日,周五,9:00 – 11:30

地点:图书馆三层 学术报告厅


跨文化能力理论模型主要分组合模型、相关模型、发展模型、适应模型、因果模型共五大类、22小类。其历史从上世纪四十年代至今,也有很多值得回顾的演变和发展。本节用SpitzbergMendenhall等人的文章为线索,综述跨文化能力的各种理论模型、培训历史,为下面三讲作基础。


第二讲:针对文化“扫盲”培训的理论和方法

114日,周一,9:00 – 11:30

地点:图书馆三层 学术报告厅


对于不同的文化习俗、交际方式浑然不知的人群,文化“扫盲”十分必要。这种培训,风行一时,但是现在看来似乎没有需要了。其实不然,地域差异与数字鸿沟依然使很多人对别人的习俗和行为漠然无知。本节主要用不同历史阶段的BAFABAFABANGA的版本,做现场演示,让学生明白“扫盲”培训的过去、以及为适应现在需要改版的可行性。


第三讲:区别价值观念和文化中心主义的重要理论、培训和测量

115日,周二,19:00-21:30

地点:图书馆三层 学术报告厅


价值观念的不同是文化间最根本的差异,但是价值观念不容易“言表”或者“演示”出来。所以为了提高人们对不同价值观念有深刻认识的培训方案比理论要少很多。本节通过Lost at Sea这样的现场练习,让学生习得把理论转换成互动练习的做法和注意事项。

文化中心主义是把自己的文化看成最好的、乃至放之四海而皆准的。BennettHammer致力发展的DMIS理论和IDI测试量表以及基于这两者的各种培训方式,是克服文化中心主义比较完善和经典的做法。我们在此详细介绍这方面的做法以及现在新出现的一些测量方法。


第四讲:摆脱西方中心论的理论、模型和培训

117日,周四,19:00 – 21:30

地点:图书馆四层 学术报告厅


很多跨文化理论、模型和培训都是为近代西方人、特别是欧美白人准备的。21世纪以来,各种摆脱西方中心论的理论、模型和培训层出不穷。本节通过Face negotiation theory以及基于围棋与麻将的培训方法,来演示充满潜力与市场的未来。


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