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Map of India
By     |    Mar 21, 2007   
Posted in: Cultural Studies, Intercultural Issues     |    1 Comment

The State of Kerala, India: A Case Study of Acculturation in Diversity

Dear readers, this excellent article is submitted by Prof. Biju Longhinos and Prof. Sarah Sanders Smith. The Journal would like to take this opportunity to extend our thanks and acknowledgment to them for their great contribution to this Journal and to intercultural studies in general. Credits and copyrights of the article shall go to the authors. With permissions from the authors, the Journal has converted the article into Acrobat pdf format and you [...]

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By     |    Apr 27, 2006   
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Official Intercultural Tips

“Speak softly, don’t argue and slow down” – this is a title by Telegraph Newspaper Online on April 16th reporting that under a programme starting next month, several leading US companies will give employees heading abroad a “World Citizens Guide featuring 16 etiquette tips on how they can help improve America’s battered international image.” It is also reported that Business for Diplomatic Action (BDA), a non-profit group funded by big American [...]

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By     |    Nov 8, 2005   
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Keys to Successful Intercultural Communications

Some key points believed to be essential for successful intercultural communications: Open Mindedness Sense of Humor Ability to Cope with Failure Communicativeness Flexibility and Adaptability Curiosity Positive and Realistic Expectations Tolerance for Differences and Ambiguities Positive Regard for Others

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By     |    Nov 1, 2005   
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Culture – A Definition

Culture is the passion for sweetness and light, and (what is more) the passion for making them prevail. by Matthew Arnold (1822 – 1888) British poet and critic.

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