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cross-cultural

 [kros″kul´cher-al]
pertaining to the identification and analysis of distinct features of human behavior in different cultural, geographic, and social settings; intercultural and transcultural are sometimes substituted for this term.

cross-cultural

Concerning the physiological and social differences and similarities of two or more cultures.
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Knight's definition emphasized the integrity of international progress and cross-cultural aspect of internationalization, providing a systematic way of thinking to assess institutional efforts of IHE.
These goals will be achieved through an exchange program between academics/students at the two institutions, joint collaborative projects/studies investigating language and intercultural communication and understanding in Australians and Koreans, internationalization of the curriculum innovative ways of embedding cross-cultural skills, knowledge and understanding into the undergraduate curriculum, and innovative ways of using social media to build closer linkages and ties between students, so that they can share, engage and exchange ideas, knowledge and experiences.
As Mackenzie (2011) explains, respect is the "social lubricant" that allows cross-cultural communications to flow smoothly between people from much different cultures.
The book emphasizes the roots and routes of cross-cultural itineraries of African people, including their ethnic, national, cultural, and literary representations as well as their contributions to the world, particularly Africa.
2002) express cross-cultural adaptation as "the degree of comfort, familiarity and ease that an individual feels toward a new cultural environment.
will be taking a minority interest in US-based cross-cultural marketing communications agency LimeGreen LLC, the company said.
Many of us who are in cross-cultural relationships, on a personal level or as inter-reliant business relationships, find our lives being affected by others in a unique way every day.
Trilling & Fadel (2009) proposed 21st century skills in the book "21st century skills: learning for life in our times", with cross-cultural communication competence and collaboration competence being included in those skills.
These twelve fine essays concentrate on the conceptualization, finance and viewership of cross-cultural films, films that combine characters more like they are combined in real life, rather than segregated or discriminated against.
Cross-Cultural Mission: Problems and Prospects is a collection of papers given at the fourth symposium held by the Asia-Pacific Association of Mission Researchers (ASPAMIR) of the Society of the Divine Word (SVD), an international Roman Catholic missionary order.
British military leaders, who had inherited a long tradition of cross-cultural communication due to their country's imperial experience, were well equipped to coordinate operations with their Japanese allies against German forces on the Shandong Peninsula in northeastern China in 1914.