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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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This week, students from all over the world take part in the fourth International Summer School 'European Campus of Intercultural Perspectives' at the University of Munster.
Among their chapters are Hansel and Gretel revisited: Quixotic reflections of online dating, migration and making sense of place: against a backdrop of negative media discourse about Africa, becoming a person through intercultural communication: a white American's experiences in Asia and Africa, list yourself: an auto-ethnography of intercultural identity, intercultural mirrors and cultural humility: my journey as an educator, and cultural observations and a conversation about drawing by a wandering artist.
Stanislaus and Martin Ueffing of the Society of the Divine Word, which attempts to investigate it from the point of view of intercultural living.
The Minister noted that Montenegro has always acted based on the principles of multiculturalism and diversity and that the country government has promoted these principles, trying to improve the cultural policy and the concept of intercultural dialogue in the region and around the world.
Deputy Culture Minister Sevda Mammadaliyeva said at the event moderated by UNESCO Director-General for Intercultural Dialogue, Ann-Belinda Preisin, that the importance of discussions on intercultural dialogue is of particular importance.
Immediately following Spada's keynote, we had the opportunity to present initial findings from a research project into the development of students' intercultural capabilities in the context of learning an additional language in New Zealand.
Lastly, the representation of Non-Western context (Malaysia) is overlooked by the intercultural researchers (Nadeem, Mohammed, & Dalib, 2017a, 2017b, 2018b).
Conducted by researchers at INSEAD and Columbia Business School, the study's findings showed that "intercultural relationships can provide the cultural learning that shapes both the content and the processes of creative cognition", Andy Hafenbrack of Catlica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics, co-author of the research, told Gulf News.
Expertos de la Comision de las Comunidades Europea (CCE, 2005) afirmaron que la interculturalidad no incumbe solamente a los inmigrantes, ni a los ninos o personas que son culturalmente diversos, sino a toda la poblacion, y esta encauzada a conseguir en todas las personas una solida competencia intercultural. Es decir, lograr aptitudes y actitudes que las capaciten para funcionar adecuadamente en contextos interculturales, mediante el cultivo de actitudes interculturales que van desde la tolerancia, la empatia y superacion de prejuicios y estereotipos, hasta la mejora del autoconcepto personal y cultural de todos (Saez, 2006).
A Dynamic Perspective of Intercultural Difficulty Management.
Ultimately, defining culture will assist pre-service teachers in addressing both cultural contradictions as well as a model of intercultural competence (Rathje, 2007).
Intercultural interactions and exchanges have started to gain an important place in our everyday life as one of the indirect results of our globalizing world.

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