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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 4 Apr 91 20:42:06 CST
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I'm not sure EXACTLY what this new discussion list is all about, but
I thought it might interest some SCREEN-L subscribers.
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XCULT-X on [log in to unmask]  Intercultural Communication Practicum
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   The following statement of purpose for the list was provided by the
   sponsor and list owner, Lance Hayes ([log in to unmask]).
   The purpose of Xcult-X, Intercultural Communication Practicum, is to
   foster interdisciplinary discussions of communication philosophy,
   theory, and practice in the global village through formation of a
   discussion group via human computer-mediated communication.
   Xcult-X is a rule-free discussion group open to all.  It is sponsored
   by Lance Haynes who refuses to take any power other than that firmly
   imposed by the host computer center.  Requests for listowner to exert
   any power whatsoever over the topics or discussion methods on this
   list will be met with referral to group discussion.
   The Intercultural Communication Practicum is a "child" of the
   International Intercultural Newsletter in that Xcult-X was begun in
   an effort to house discussion topics and methods that originated on
   Xcult-L but were not in keeping with its announced purposes.