By Edwin M. Epstein (auth.), Laszlo Zsolnai, Zsolt Boda, Laszlo Fekete (eds.)
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Hall as “low context” and “high context” cultures. There are three major outcomes of communication that are closely related to the cultural level of contexting: (1) facts, (2) face saving and (3) harmonious interpersonal relationships. Low context cultures value facts and “hard data”, that is, statistics, quantitative information and absolute, objective truths. In a high-context culture there is a “public truth” which preserves everyone’s face, and the “real truth” which is understood by all, but not verbalized.
In the way Theodore R. ”(Sarbin 1993). As we have seen, dialogism, or the narrative–communicative conception of human social condition tends to become a new, unifying approach of the entire cultural life. An appropriate ﬁeld for work on such a unifying attempt seems to be cultural anthropology. For the anthropologist Nigel Rapport, who relays on the theories of A. MacIntyre, C. Geertz and M. Oakeshott, conversation, stories which can be told together constitute the essential contexts of social coexistence.
Ethical Prospects: Economy, Society, and Environment by Edwin M. Epstein (auth.), Laszlo Zsolnai, Zsolt Boda, Laszlo Fekete (eds.)