Posted: April 21st, 2015
How useful is Hall’s high context/low context framework in explaining differences in communication and negotiation practices between countries? What other frameworks or theories might help us to explain such differences?
”In writing the essay students are expected to analyse the issues involved in the topic, based on their readings of appropriately cited
references. Students are expected to use a wide variety of sources including textbooks and journal articles (only citable and authoritative references) to develop their arguments.The use of examples to develop and demonstrate an understanding of the topic is
expected. The essay should not be a regurgitation of material straight out of the readings.The readings should be used by students to develop their own arguments.”
INTRODUCTION – You should provide an overview of the issues you are going to address in the essay including what are the aims of the essay and what are your main arguments.
BODY – You are to provide critical analysis and insight into the topic, seeking to integrate theoretical perspectives with evidence to support your arguments. The arguments or points made should be formed in a logical and fluid sequence, with clear links between the relevant issues you are making. Your analysis in this section should
show clear understanding and insight into the topic you are addressing.
CONCLUSION – Your conclusion should seek to bring together your key arguments/points in a summary at the end of the essay. You should avoid raising new issues in the conclusion of your essay.
PRESENTATION/REFERENCING – You should use the Harvard referencing system. You need to show usage of a range of references in your essay. Good essay presentation entails a well-written fluid piece of work devoid of grammatical and spelling mistakes.
References should be mostly scholarly ones( Journals and textbooks) .
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