A Study of Female Politicians’ Object Language of Apparels from the Perspective of Intercultural Communication毕业论文_英语毕业论文

A Study of Female Politicians’ Object Language of Apparels from the Perspective of Intercultural Communication毕业论文


摘 要




  1. Introduction 1
  2. Demonstration 3
    1. Overview of cultural identity 3
    2. Analysis of three female politicians and their apparels 4
      1. Analysis from three aspects of cultural identity 5
        1. Analysis of cultural image 5
        2. Analysis of cultural mission 6
        3. Analysis of cultural taste 7
      2. Analysis of cultural connotation behind object language of apparels 7
        1. Harmonious combination of national culture and personal characters 7
        2. Social customs and habits 9
      3. Effects caused by object language of apparels 10
        1. Strengthening national confidence 10
        2. Promoting national image 11
  3. Conclusion 12

Works Cited 13

Bibliography 14

A Study of Female Politicians’ Object Language of Apparels from the Perspective of Intercultural Communication


Intercultural communication, also known as cross-cultural communication, is defined as communication between people with quite distinct cultural perceptions and symbol systems to alter communication events (Dai 138). Undoubtedly, the main means of communication is speech, but other nonverbal means take a larger proportion, such as movements of bodies, changes of facial expression. People use these to express information in a nonverbal way. Therefore, when intercultural communication is discussed, intercultural nonverbal communication cannot be ignored. However, in the progress of intercultural communication, many people tend to pay attention only to verbal communication and forget the fact that most information in intercultural communications is transmitted through nonverbal ways, such as object language, paralanguage and environmental language and so on.

Considering the truth that globalization has become an irresistible trend, people play a significant role in intercultural communication in different areas. The study of the intercultural communication in China started in 1980s. Although it began lately, it developed fast. However, the study of intercultural nonverbal communication developed slowly. Not Until the 1980s did the study of intercultural nonverbal communication in the world have a further progress, regardless of its development in China.

At the same time, there are more and more female image appearing in political area and they tend to use nonverbal communication frequently, which can show more application value and importance of object language in real life. On the one hand, with women’s status becoming higher and higher, women show their distinctive features not only through their words but also through nonverbal

communication, for example appearance, wearing, and personal belongings. Thus instead of focusing on women’s political effects, people focus more on their nonverbal communication. On the other hand, as an important branch of nonverbal communication, object language is significant in interpersonal communications (Xiong, 1). Object language expresses implied information through some objects. Generally speaking, at a first sight of a person, people always remember his appearance, apparels or accessories instead of his inner beauty. Then people get a first impression of this person and make a general judgment on the communications that follow. Ruesch and Kess ( 1956 ) hold that object language includes all the

intentional or unintentional appearance of materials, such as tools, machines, art,

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