Intercultural Communication Competence: Implications for Learning and Teaching in a Globalized World

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Thomas Schmalzer
Macmillan India, Feb 1, 2007 - Intercultural communication - 243 pages
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Modern higher education increasingly follows trends of internationalization. With increasing academic mobility of students, researchers and professors, new forms of learning, teaching and group collaboration have emerged. Institutions of higher education

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Challenges for Higher Education
Evaluation of CrossCultural Training for Exchange Students
On Designing an Intercultural Communicative Program

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