In our last blog in The Caribbean Context, we’re taking a look at computer-mediated communication and how well it pairs with representation, globalisation and culture. Hope you enjoyed learning with me!
Are you a sports fan? Today I brought along three Olympians – two stunning, glass ceiling-shattering gymnasts and the world’s fastest man to be exact – and the glory days of West Indies cricket to show you a little more about representation.
In this post, three…or maybe two and a half women in my family and an adorable puppy are going to help me talk about nonverbal communication.
Hey everybody! Today’s post is looking a little at music, Caribbean culture, and shaping identity. I even brought my mum along to help explain. Let the music play!
“…From ‘live in the moment’ yet ‘plan for the future’ too.
More from contingency plan than from reckless abandon –
More from indulgence than from restraint.
That’s where I’m from.”
Today we’re going to look at the way in which culture influences how we communicate and this little girl from the village will show you a new perspective.
Frantz Fanon once said that:
“To speak a language is to take on a world, a culture.”
Today we’re going to examine Fanon’s claim in more detail as we look at the complex and diverse case of Caribbean language.
Today we glance at Cultural Theorist Stuart Hall’s perspective as we break down the concept of representation.
Hello all! Today we tackle a topic that we probably should have begun with. But no matter! Better late than never. We’re going to be defining communication!
Greetings communication enthusiasts! In today’s post we’ll take a look at the world without borders as we discuss globalisation.
Today we sort of expand on the whole idea of identity with a different spin. It’s all about defining culture!