Ethnopsychological Aspects of Intercultural Communication and their Consideration in the Process of Teaching Students of a Linguistic University

  • Victoria Kytina, Tatiana Pochinok, Dana Bartosh

Abstract

The article discusses the features of the process of intercultural communication from the point of view of ethnopsychological differences between partners in interaction as representatives of different languages and cultures. The authors reveal the key provision that the learning process must take into account the ethno-psychological characteristics of people from different cultures, which determine the ethnocultural specificity of system of relations of media culture to reality. Ethno-psychological features are manifested in perceptual, communicative and interactive aspects of intercultural communication in the perception, understanding and evaluation of reality, national value orientations and behavioral strategies. The article provides examples of oriented and interactive tasks aimed at mastering the knowledge of ethnopsychological features of the native speaker of the target language, the ability to use this knowledge in the process of intercultural communication, as well as the development of sociocultural abilities and education of sociocultural qualities to ensure effective interaction of speakers of different languages and cultures.

Published
2020-04-21
How to Cite
Victoria Kytina, Tatiana Pochinok, Dana Bartosh. (2020). Ethnopsychological Aspects of Intercultural Communication and their Consideration in the Process of Teaching Students of a Linguistic University. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 175 - 185. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/11309