We often have a tendency to judge others and their cultures based on our own values.
This is called ethnocentrism, and it can be detrimental in public speaking settings. If you want your audience to understand what you are trying to say, then try avoiding this behavior. Here are some ways that you can avoid ethnocentrism while presenting: 1) Consider the perspective of other cultures when developing your speech or presentation 2) Make sure that there are diverse perspectives represented in the content of your talk 3) Avoid generalizing statements about entire groups of people End of content. The blog post content. This is an example of how not to be ethnocentric in public speaking settings: -Consider the perspective of other cultures when developing your speech or presentation; make sure that there are diverse perspectives represented in the content of your talk, and avoid generalizing statements about entire groups of people. “How to Avoid Ethnocentrism” by Jordan Salazar (Yaiba) on July 16th, 2018 at 12 pm EDT Filmmakers who want their films seen around the world can use subtitles by following these three steps: put English subtitles onto a video file, upload it for distribution online with services such as Amazon Video Direct or YouTube, and translate captions into different languages for