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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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While workplace intercultural connections may run deep or remain shallow, one area where interculturalism develops strong roots is in mixed marriages.
UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova's "Research on Interculturalism at the Crossroads" has been launched within the framework of the 4th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue held in our country.
The case in point is the work of the late Slovenian poet and essayist Ales Debeljak, which energetically defends a different understanding of merging of and mingling among cultures, that of interculturalism.
So, in our concern to make Canada safe for and from our shared ethnicities, we need to decide whether we are committed to multiculturalism or interculturalism.
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Consequently, and consistent with an emancipatory perspective based on the founding idea of an ecology of knowledges (Santos, 2010b) and interculturalism (Santos & Meneses, 2010), we aim to propose a concept of dignity in general and, specifically, dignity in organizations, that would transcend the sociopolitical approach to dignity.
Interculturalism and Intraculturalism in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Co-chair, along with philosopher Charles Taylor, of the Bouchard-Taylor Commission, a one-year Quebec commission that examined the issue of "reasonable accommodation" for minorities in the province, sociologist Gerard Bouchard (2015a) attempted to defend interculturalism, an approach that could favor a convergence of the conservative, republican, and liberal perspectives.
1) As noted by Una Chaudhuri, "in the area of performance, interculturalism has been several things, the least desirable but probably most powerful of which is an effect of global mass-communication.
While it was not the original intent to link the Holocaust Literacy Program professional development to interculturalism, this curriculum creates a notable opportunity to examine the relation of cultural curriculum to critical aspects of learning about and recognizing the importance of interculturalism.
In its fifth and final chapter, "Peer Gynt in Africa: Some Notes on the Dangers and Ambiguities of Interculturalism," Ibsen in Practice examines the strains and fissures that rise to the surface when Ibsen's plays are put into direct contact with "Western colonialism and its after-effects" (175).

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