Category Archives: Videoconferences

Emotions and Academics across Cultures

Participants, we hope you all enjoyed meeting each other during our workshop today! Please respond to the following questions about today’s exchange: What have you learned so far about the relationship between culture and emotion? What kinds of preconceived notions … Continue reading

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Uppsala-Stanford: Talking about Food Culture

The activity for November 17 between Stanford and Uppsala focuses on a very interesting topic: food culture.  The instructions for the exchange have students looking at ads and commercials for different foods, considering how these texts reflect, challenge, or help shape … Continue reading

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Multiple Perspectives on Ads – Stanford/Uppsala Video Conference

Today we are connecting the University of Uppsala, Sweden, with Stanford University to focus on multiple perspectives on advertisements.  Students from Professor Janne Lindqvist Grinde’s rhetoric class will be connecting with students from Alyssa O’Brien’s writing and rhetoric course on … Continue reading

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Stanford-Sydney Connections

On October 11 through 14th, Stanford and Sydney students connected to discuss two commercials and to develop strategies for successful intercultural communication. At the end of their hour long conversation, students worked together to think through the following questions: What … Continue reading

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Stanford & Chinese University of Hong Kong Video Conference: The Cross-Cultural Emotion of Ads

We are very excited today for our first connection with the Chinese University of Hong Kong.  Today Stanford’s Sophomore College Psych 12C class (The Cultural Shaping of Emotion) is connecting with students from Chinese University for a discussion of how … Continue reading

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