interculturally

interculturally

(ˌɪntəˈkʌltʃərəlɪ)
adv
in an intercultural manner
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This current ethnographic and sociolinguistic study responds to Hymes' call to investigate the patterns of how Chinese International student participants (CISPs) interculturally adapt to a specific speech act, receiving compliments from Caucasian Americans.
All Christian communities church hierarchies, priests, sisters, lay people, and religious communities of males and females--need to live and work interculturally among peoples.
"The parish leadership thinks interculturally and finds ways to bring people together while respecting the uniqueness of each group," said Jamie Kralovec, who along with his wife, Cassie, has been a parishioner there for 10 years.
Practicing empathy is also a step forward toward becoming interculturally competent.
Engaging interculturally involves uncertainty, and teacher educators could help PTs navigate the process.
We must demand that we have sufficient time to teach languages effectively, for all the benefits this will bring to literacy levels, cognitive gains and engaged, interculturally aware learners, or stop pretending that a patchwork approach will produce a fine and connected quilt.
The line-up for the semester includes a number of new courses, which cover topics ranging from fake news to Microsoft Excel, narrative photography, living interculturally, emergency and disaster management, and investigative journalism.
Doing Pragmatics Interculturally: Cognitive, Philosophical, and Sociopragmatic Perspectives
In the studies assessing those three capability difficulties, while the writing difficulty was seen relatively higher like our study suggested, the rates in the reading and mathematics difficulties vary The roles of family history and genetic load are considered in reading difficulties and mathematics difficulties, and it is suggested that phonologic problems stated in the etiology of the reading difficulties can create different rates of reading difficulties interculturally, depending on the spoken language.
By taking this approach, Australian Indigenous studies aims to contribute to the 'development of an interculturally inclusive Australian citizenry' (p.8) and to develop in teachers 'a certain sensibility or disposition' (p.9) that enables them to engage with and learn from Indigenous people as complex multi-dimensional human beings.
368), and intercultural competence (IC), defined as "the ability to think and act in interculturally appropriate ways with sensitivity to cultural differences" (Hammer, Bennett, & Wiseman, 2003, p.
Under Alterity he suggests that Aboriginal media is 'driving a form of immanent alterity' which seems to partly contradict the clearly interculturally reproduced practices, relations and desires presented in previous chapters.
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