Introduction to Intercultural Studies

Carefully selected cases and examples, revision questions and project and learner record tips feature in each chapter. Using a conversational and accessible approach, this book assumes no prior knowledge of the subject.

Author: Ríoghnat Crotty

Publisher: Gill Education

ISBN: 0717156303

Category: Cultural pluralism

Page: 208

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Innovative new book presenting intercultural theories and themes in an accessible style, facilitating an exploration of the many challenging and contemporary issues in our society today. Introduces the key definitions underpinning interculturalism: culture, nationalism, colonialism, ethnicity, racism, segregation, sectarianism and xenophobia. Positions the areas of history, sociology, religion, legislation, music, media and current affairs within the arena of intercultural studies. Encourages analysis of one's own attitudes, values and culture as well as developing a respect for diversity. Irish statistics and legislation provide an accurate picture of our society. A focus on the Irish experience of intercultural issues compares our own past as emigrants worldwide to the current reception of immigrants in Ireland. Carefully selected cases and examples, revision questions and project and learner record tips feature in each chapter. Using a conversational and accessible approach, this book assumes no prior knowledge of the subject. Details the importance of designing appropriate survey methods for research purposes. Written For: FETAC Level 5 Intercultural Studies (5N0765) component as part of the following major awards: Business Studies [5M2102] Applied Social Studies [5M2181] Community Development [5M3050] Language and European Studies[5M2073]

Introduction to Intercultural Studies

After all , what are we to understand by the expression " intercultural study " ( 1 ) ? In the widest sense it means all studies devoted to the history , the functions and the conditions of life of any isolated element of a cultural ...

Author: Unesco

Publisher: United Nations Educational

ISBN: UOM:39015001743916

Category: Social Science

Page: 228

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The Cambridge Introduction to Intercultural Communication

TASK development of intercultural studies courses in several universities and the work of CAFIC co-founder Hu (1994; Hu & Grove, 1999). Hofstede's dimensions became very popular in this context and there have been different attempts at ...

Author: Guido Rings

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108842716

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 265

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Provides concise, up-to-date overviews of key topics, a variety of staggered tasks, and 18 case studies for in-depth discussions and more.

Intercultural Education

In 1983, UNESCO issued “Introduction to Intercultural Studies” in which it outlines a project meant to illustrate and promote communication among cultures for the period between 1976 and 1980. The thematic issues of specialized ...

Author: Derek Woodrow

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429656880

Category: Education

Page: 338

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Published in 1997, this volume is a result of a number of European Union and Council of Europe initiatives. The major stimulus came from an intensive course held in Lisbon in 1994 as part of two Erasmus networks exploring the nature of intercultural studies on a European-wide basis. Although the concepts of multiculturalism and interculturalism have frequently been discussed within a British context, this book draws on the interlocking and comparative persectives of specialists in education and teacher training in several European countries including Spain, France, Italy, Britain and the Netherlands. Educational policies and theories of identity are compared and there are special sections in multilinguism, teacher training, curriculum development, relationships between different ethnic groups and a vision of the future of intercultural education in Europe. The issues discussed in the book are significant in the development of modern societies as they seek to come to terms with the revolution in intercultural relations brought about by mass communications and global transport. The world is rapidly having to come to terms with cultural and social differences which can no longer be kept separate in their protective groups.

The Cambridge Handbook of Intercultural Training

Monfils, Gonzales) 1970 Kinesics Ray Birdwhistell (1970) 1970 International Studies of National Speech Education ... 1976–1980 Introduction to Intercultural Studies: Outline of a Project for Elucidating and Promoting Communication ...

Author: Dan Landis

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108846462

Category: Psychology

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With the number of international migrants globally reaching an estimated 272 million (United Nations report, September 2019), the need for intercultural training is stronger than ever. Since its first edition, this handbook has evaluated the methodologies and suggested the best practice to develop effective programs aimed at facilitating cross-cultural dialogue and boosting the economic developments of the countries mostly affected by migration. This handbook builds and expands on the previous editions by presenting the rational and scientific foundations of intercultural training and focuses on unique approaches, theories, and areas of the world. In doing so, it gives students, managers, and other professionals undertaking international assignments a theoretical foundation and practical suggestions for improving intercultural training programs.

Intercultural Studies of Curriculum

Introduction Carmel Roofe and Christopher Bezzina We start our Introduction by referring to an article we read over 15 years ago by Nelson, who throws light on ... Intercultural Studies of Curriculum, Intercultural Studies in Education, ...

Author: Carmel Roofe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319608976

Category: Education

Page: 241

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This book explores the philosophical, ideological and practical dimensions of curriculum using an intercultural lens. It is cross-cultural, comparative and inclusive, with each chapter featuring case studies from a minimum of three countries across different continents. By using the same methods of data collection and analysis for each country level in each chapter, the text explores relationships of curriculum theory, policy and practice both within and between countries. A diverse range of themes is explored, including; social justice and teacher preparation curriculum, language education curriculum, early childhood education and music, curriculum as praxis, curriculum and globalisation, science curriculum, teacher leadership in curriculum implementation, as well as curriculum and history. The exploration of these themes lays the foundation for open dialogue and innovative approaches in exploring curriculum issues within, between and across cultures and contexts.

Epic and Other Higher Narratives Essays in Intercultural Studies

European novel has been introduced in Africa where the genre did not exist before writing was more generally introduced. I am aware that I have raised problems rather than provided solutions. The point I wanted to make is that ...

Author: Shankman

Publisher: Pearson Education India

ISBN: 9789332506244

Category:

Page: 284

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Epic and Other Higher Narratives: Essays in Intercultural Studies is dedicated to the memory of Earl Miner, the distinguished comparitist and scholar of intercultural comparative literature. Beginning with a discussion on theoretical foundations of narratives, it moves on to the nature of narrative in relation to higher narratives. It attempts to define a form of narrative that is distinguished by elevation, dignity, and engaging in a cross-cultural phenomena. It is useful for students of international studies and world literature.

Teaching Interculturality Otherwise

Introducing Language and Intercultural Communication. ... Journal of Intercultural Studies, 38(1), 54–69. Jandt, F. (2020). An Introduction to Intercultural Communication: Identities in a Global Community. London: Sage.

Author: Fred Dervin

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000835885

Category: Education

Page: 244

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This edited volume focuses on the thorny and somewhat controversial issue of teaching (and learning) interculturality in a way that considers the notion from critical and reflexive perspectives when introduced to students. Comprised of three parts, the book discusses the nuts and bolts of teaching interculturally, considers changes in the teaching of interculturality and provides pedagogical insights into interculturalising the notion. It studies both teaching im-/ex-plicitly about interculturality and how to incorporate interculturality into teaching practices or into an institution. By sharing varied cases and theoretical reflections on the topic, the editors and contributors from different parts of the world aim to stimulate more initiatives to enrich the field instead of delimiting it, especially in complement to and beyond the “West” or “Global North”, and also to build up further reflexivity in the way readers engage with interculturality in education. This will be a must read for teachers and researchers of intercultural communication education at different educational levels, as well as anyone interested in scholarship on education for interculturality.

Intercultural Studies from Southern Chile

Chapter 7 Episteme for Intercultural Dialogue Between Mapuche Education and School Education Daniel Quilaqueo, César A. Fernández, and Segundo Quintriqueo 7.1 Introduction This chapter analyses Mapuche education in the cultural context ...

Author: Gertrudis Payàs

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030523633

Category: Social Science

Page: 153

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This book presents a multidisciplinary overview of a little known interethnic conflict in the southernmost part of the Americas: the tensions between the Mapuche indigenous people and the settlers of European descent in the Araucania region, in southern Chile. Politically autonomous during the colonial period, the Mapuche had their land confiscated, their population decimated and the survivors displaced and relocated as marginalized and poor peasants by Chilean white settlers at the end of the nineteenth century, when Araucania was transformed in a multi-ethnic region marked by numerous tensions between the marginalized indigenous population and the dominant Chileans of European descent. This contributed volume presents a collection of papers which delve into some of the intercultural dilemmas posed by these complex interethnic relations. These papers were originally published in Spanish and French and provide a sample of the research activities of the Núcleo de Estudios Interétnicos e Interculturales (NEII) at the Universidad Católica de Temuco, in the capital of Araucania. The NEII research center brings together scholars from different fields: sociocultural anthropology, sociolinguistics, ethno-literature, intercultural education, intercultural philosophy, ethno-history and translation studies to produce innovative research in intercultural and interethnic relations. The chapters in this volume present a sample of this work, focusing on three main topics: The ambivalence between the inclusion and exclusion of indigenous peoples in processes of nation-building. The challenges posed by the incorporation of intercultural practices in the spheres of language, education and justice. The limitations of a functional notion of interculturality based on eurocentric thought and neoliberal economic rationality. Intercultural Studies from Southern Chile: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches will be of interest to anthropologists, linguists, historians, philosophers, educators and a range of other social scientists interested in intercultural and interethnic studies.

Introducing Language and Intercultural Communication

Gareis, E. (1995) Intercultural Friendship: A Qualitative Study, New York: University Press of America. Gareis, E. (2000) 'Intercultural friendship: Five case studies of German students in the USA', Journal of Intercultural Studies, ...

Author: Jane Jackson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317908364

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 433

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Introducing Language and Intercultural Communication is a lively and accessible introduction for undergraduates who are new to the area of intercultural communication. Incorporating real-life examples from around the world and drawing on current research, this text argues against cultural stereotyping and instead provides students with a skill-building framework to enhance understanding of the complexities of language and intercultural communication in diverse international settings. Readers will learn to understand and become aware of power relations, positioning and the impact of social and political forces on language choice and the intercultural communication process. This is the essential text for undergraduate students studying courses in intercultural communication for the first time. Features include: clear learning objectives to structure your study end of chapter discussion questions to test your knowledge highlighted glossary terms to provide a strong understanding of the relevant vocabulary an array of photos including signs which make use of non-verbal codes and many examples that illustrate such issues as intercultural misunderstandings and the effects of culture shock substantial online resources for students including learning objectives, suggested readings, links to media resources and real-world intercultural scenarios and activities. Additional in-depth instructor resources feature test materials, powerpoints, key terms, extended chapter outlines and sample assignments and syllabi.