Most of our everyday interpersonal communication is intercultural communication. Intercultural communication – in our understanding – takes place when individuals, while interacting, relate, consciously or not, to different behaviour models, communicative practices, values, beliefs, mental representations.
Key & Key Communications = 2 keys for communicating:
talking & listening, encoding & decoding, implying & interpreting,
two keys to share data, information, emotions, experiences, to merge differences and perspectives, to connect worlds and individuals.