LOST IN TRANSLATION: UNRAVELING THE INTRICACIES OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION

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Shakhnoza Sharofova

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In our increasingly globalized world, effective cross-cultural communication emerges as a critical skill. This abstract encapsulates an exploration into the intricacies of cross-cultural communication, delving into the multifaceted challenges and opportunities that arise when individuals and societies engage across cultural boundaries. We dissect the role of cultural contexts, the impact of language nuances, and the significance of nonverbal cues in the communication process. Challenges rooted in stereotypes, power dynamics, and varying communication styles are unveiled, accompanied by opportunities and strategies for fostering effective cross-cultural communication. As we unravel the complexities of this dynamic interplay, we aim to provide insights that empower individuals and organizations to navigate the global landscape with cultural sensitivity, adaptability, and a commitment to building connections across diverse cultural contexts.

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Shakhnoza Sharofova. (2024). LOST IN TRANSLATION: UNRAVELING THE INTRICACIES OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 12(1), 226–231. Retrieved from https://giirj.com/index.php/giirj/article/view/6339
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