intercultural


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in·ter·cul·tur·al

 (ĭn′tər-kŭl′chər-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, involving, or representing different cultures: an intercultural marriage.

intercultural

(ˌɪntəˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
existing between, relating to, or involving one or more cultures
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Whether romantic, social or professional, intercultural relationships born of deep associations can have a significantly positive cumulative effect on individuals, according to a study.
Article 8 of the report provides information on the work done by Azerbaijan on the promotion of intercultural dialogue through electronic resources and the presentation of the publication entitled "Diversity, Dialogue and Sharing" within the 4th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in Baku in May of the current year.
Teaching Intercultural Competence Across the Age Range: From Theory to Practice
Abstract: Traditional functionalistic perspective of intercultural difficulty studies failed to capture the dynamics in intercultural interactions due to its theoretical assumptions and prevalent methodology.
More recently, intercultural development has gained momentum as a way to prepare educators to teach culturally and linguistically diverse learners (Cushner, 2011; Yuen, 2004; Zeichner, 2010).
Intercultural interactions and exchanges have started to gain an important place in our everyday life as one of the indirect results of our globalizing world.
Desde las "otras educaciones"--una polifonia que incluye practicas, conocimientos y formas de ser y estar mas alla de la escolarizacion tradicional circunscrita a las escuelas--, se plantea la necesidad de construir nuevas instituciones y tramas politicas, lo que implica repensar el poder y lo intercultural, y desplazar el "dialogo horizontal" para contribuir a una justa reconstruccion de la memoria historica y del respeto al territorio, a los recursos propios de la tierra, y a las formas de crear y de vivir.
In line with these guidelines, the author also specifies several criteria regarding the school curriculum (Macavei, 2001: 18-19): reassessment of the informative and formative functions of the school; reconception of syllabuses and school programs; elaboration of the curriculum in pluri-, inter-disciplinary, multi- and intercultural perspectives; Expansion of choice possibilities (optional and facultative subjects); use of means provided by the information technology (multimedia, virtual reality, long-distance learning); training of educators as organizers of learning, as managers of training and not as transmitters of knowledge (Macavei, 2001: 18-19).
Intercultural orientations to language learning have become increasingly dominant over the past two decades, supplanting communicative approaches.
The present study addressed these two recommendations and explored change in the intercultural competence of graduate counseling psychology trainees during a 14-week multicultural counseling course.
Professor Peters' keynote paper at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) in 2012 provides the basis for this essay which maintains that the discursive trends from the postcolonial to the intercultural reflect the desire at the policy level to grapple with the increasingly complex interactions between different groups.
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION v.

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