Event Title

Intercultural communication, part of chain in interethnic equality

Session

Language and Culture

Description

Intercultural communication plays an important role in the lives of different populations and cultures in each environment. Since cultural communication is directly related to anthropology as a science on society and culture, I set out on this topic focusing on research conducted in the city of Prizren, where it is a unique example of intercultural communication in Kosovo and beyond. Intercultural communication in Prizren is in a way of interaction with speakers of other languages on equal terms and respecting their identity. Precisely for this particular way of communication, I will address this topic, based on the specific language of Prizren. To realize this topic, I have divided it into several parts: The way of communication in the schools of Prizren, the way of commercial communication in Prizren and the way of communication through family ceremonies and the rites that accompany those ceremonies. Intercultural communication in Prizren can be seen from several perspectives:

- The connections that Turkish families have, who today consider themselves with a Turkish identity, do not go further than two generations and their families turn out to be Albanian, but there are also some of them with Albanians previously converted to Bosnian, in the local language known as rabies.

- The traditions have in common with the Albanians, it can even be said that many of the rites of the city have been preserved with a lot of jealousy.

- There are families that have blood ties and belong to Turkish and Albanian pairs,

- There are cases where two brothers, one declared Albanian and the other Turkish,

- There are cases in Prizren when the children of joint parents go to Albanian school and the other to Turkish school,

- Weddings, meals, birth, and burial rites are the same.

Keywords:

The way of communication, the rites, of joint, weddings, meals, etc.

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.359

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Intercultural communication, part of chain in interethnic equality

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Intercultural communication plays an important role in the lives of different populations and cultures in each environment. Since cultural communication is directly related to anthropology as a science on society and culture, I set out on this topic focusing on research conducted in the city of Prizren, where it is a unique example of intercultural communication in Kosovo and beyond. Intercultural communication in Prizren is in a way of interaction with speakers of other languages on equal terms and respecting their identity. Precisely for this particular way of communication, I will address this topic, based on the specific language of Prizren. To realize this topic, I have divided it into several parts: The way of communication in the schools of Prizren, the way of commercial communication in Prizren and the way of communication through family ceremonies and the rites that accompany those ceremonies. Intercultural communication in Prizren can be seen from several perspectives:

- The connections that Turkish families have, who today consider themselves with a Turkish identity, do not go further than two generations and their families turn out to be Albanian, but there are also some of them with Albanians previously converted to Bosnian, in the local language known as rabies.

- The traditions have in common with the Albanians, it can even be said that many of the rites of the city have been preserved with a lot of jealousy.

- There are families that have blood ties and belong to Turkish and Albanian pairs,

- There are cases where two brothers, one declared Albanian and the other Turkish,

- There are cases in Prizren when the children of joint parents go to Albanian school and the other to Turkish school,

- Weddings, meals, birth, and burial rites are the same.