interculture

interculture

(ˈɪntəˌkʌltʃə)
n
interaction between one or more cultures
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Ell sont multiples et, pour cela, la libAaAaAeA@ration doit AaAaAeA tre interculture ou elle ne sera jamais.
School leaders and teachers lack exposure for interculture education in teacher education as well as professional development.
ARAB NEWS KAICIID Secretary-General Faisal bin Muaammar BERLIN: It is important to deepen cooperation among all groups of societies, religious organizations and political decision makers around the world in order to find sustainable solutions to violence, Faisal bin Muaammar, secretary-general of the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Center for Interreligious and Interculture Dialouge (KAICIID), said at the Religious Responsibility for Peace conference held in Berlin on May 22 and 23.
1995a, Interculture, 28, 2, 127, <<Guswenta ou l'imperatif interculturel.
Talking Up Country: Language, Nature culture and Interculture.
The Dubai Centre for Islamic Banking and Finance (DCIBF) of Hamdan Bin Mohammad Smart University (HBMSU) recently entered into an agreement with Zhishang Interculture Communication (Beijing) Co.
Talking up country; Language, natureculture and interculture in Australian environmental education research.
Over these 500 years the school has produced what we are and today we have to produce other subjects, so we need to break what there is inside us through dialogue, through interculture.
His topics include first-language acquisition and early cognitive development, language and the intersubjective construction of meaning, imposing structure on language-in-use: from language philosophy to discourse analysis, the interplay of cultures: constructs of interculture, and mediating and assessing intercultural competence in the second-language classroom.
But what such postcolonial readings often leave out is the role of interculture already at work in these sites, long before and well after European contact, and just as importantly, the continued significance of bounded local histories and identities in these spaces that cannot and should not be wiped out or dismissed in the wake of narratives of incessant change that are dangerously teetering on a tacit, if unintentional, acceptance of the neoimperial force of globalization, one that is already wreaking an all-too-reminiscent havoc on local communities of kin.
See, especially, Rist, The History of Development; Arturo Escobar, Encountering Development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995); Wolfgang Sachs, "The Archeology of the Development Idea," Interculture 28, no.
Massimo Roscigno, Italian Ambassador to the Philippines and also co-sponsor, said that interfaith and interculture dialogue is "a powerful tool to foster social harmony and mutual understanding.
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