Becoming interculturally competent through education and training
A wide variety of contexts from HE, initial teacher education, intercultural training, SMEs, management contexts, NHS and workplace diversity training are all represented here and this broader cultural and social base to the volume is one of its particular strengths. Often the discourse gets ghettoized into one of those listed and it is exciting to see these brought together so well.
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Exporting the Multiple Market Experience and
Evolving Intercultural Identity During Living and Studying
Becoming Interculturally Competent in a Third Space
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Becoming Interculturally Competent Through Education and Training
Anwei Feng,Michael Byram
Limited preview - 2009
ABCs abroad academic activities adapt analysis approach attitudes awareness become interculturally behaviour British Byram chapter CHC students classroom Clevedon cognitive concepts Confucian context Cortazzi Council of Europe course critical cross-cultural cultural differences cultures of learning decision-makers discourse discussion diversity Diversity Management English ethnographic evaluation example export Finkbeiner foreign language global grounded theory Human GPS identity individual interaction intercultural communication intercultural competence intercultural experience intercultural learning intercultural skills international students involved knowledge language learning language skills learners less successful groups linguistic Lleida markets mind map module Mughan multicultural Multilingual Matters narrative negotiation nurses organisation participants perception perspective practice professional programme questions reflection relationship Sarangi scenario SMEs social specific strategies Sweden talk teacher teaching theory third space tion topic tural understanding United Kingdom University Press values vegetarian Venn Diagram workplace