Mailin Mailin Firmansyah Amiruddin Maulana Andinata Dalimunthe Abdurrahman Achyar Zein


Indonesia is a multicultural country with a deep cultural history. There are more than 300 different ethnic groups in the nation, and each has its own distinct traditions and customs. Relationship- and understanding-building between various cultures heavily depends on communication. Intercultural communication is so crucial in Indonesia. This review article's goal is to examine intercultural communication in Indonesia from a variety of angles. The obstacles of intercultural communication in Indonesia, as well as techniques for productive intercultural communication in Indonesia, are all examined in this article. The study's foundation is an analysis of the body of work on intercultural communication in Indonesia. The results show that understanding the cultural values, communication practises, and customs of the various ethnic groups is necessary for effective intercultural communication.


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Exploring Intercultural Communication in Indonesia: Cultural Values, Challenges, and Strategies. (2023). Journal of Namibian Studies : History Politics Culture, 33, 2804–2816. https://doi.org/10.59670/jns.v33i.657

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