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Strategic Competence of Bilingual Undergraduate Engineers in a Technical University
Asian Social Science
Today's increasingly borderless, transcultural and challenging business world, requires engineers to be communicatively competent in the oral and written form. Unfortunately, breakdowns in communication often happen, due to linguistic and psychological boundaries. In such conditions, verbal and non-verbal communication strategies also known as strategic competence helps to compensate the breakdowns. This study seeks to determine whether the Malay bilingual engineering undergraduates, who formdoi:10.5539/ass.v11n17p144 fatcat:bceehkemdveldgpmucij2lidni