AmongUs: Essays on Identity, Belonging, and Intercultural Competence
Myron W. Lustig, Jolene Koester
Longman, 2000 - Social Science - 266 pages
Intended as either the main or supplemental text for an intercultural communication course, AmongUS is a collection of readings from individuals whose intercultural experiences give insights on how to achieve an effective and fair multicultural society where cultural identities are celebrated and maintained. The essays provide a rich source of materials to teach a broad array of interpersonal, sociological, and psychological concepts that apply to educational, business, and cultural settings. The authors have arranged the book around four themes: Identity, Belonging to Multiple Cultures, Racism and Prejudice, and Negotiating Intercultural Competence.
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