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EMC 6ème - Les émotions à travers l'art - La p@sserelle -Histoire Géographie-

EMC 6ème - Les émotions à travers l'art - La p@sserelle -Histoire Géographie- | Intercultural learning | Scoop.it

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Trip Meeting One

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a saying When in Rome, do as the Romans do. What does that mean?11 CUSTOMS Manners Adapt yourself to the customs of the place you visitIt is polite t

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More Cultural Appropriation: The Swastika

More Cultural Appropriation: The Swastika | Intercultural learning | Scoop.it

The swastika is sadly a symbol of genocide and the Holocaust for many; something to be reviled. There was an unsuccessful effort to ban the use of the swastika in the European Union. Seeing this symbol can bring forth indescribable pain and outrage for many people.

 

Swastika is a Sanskrit word, a religious symbol of good fortune used by Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and others worldwide. It can be seen in the art of the Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, Celts, Native Americans, and Persians as well.


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Bring Class Photos to Life with Animoto - FRACTUS LEARNING

Bring Class Photos to Life with Animoto - FRACTUS LEARNING | Intercultural learning | Scoop.it
With apps for web, iPhone, iPad and Android, Animoto could not be simpler to use, making it the perfect video creation tool for students of all ages.

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How To Say “This Is Crap” In Different Cultures

How To Say “This Is Crap” In Different Cultures | Intercultural learning | Scoop.it
Different cultures qualify feedback differently.
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Culture-specific vs Culture-general, article by Janet Bennett

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Our natural--and appropriate--instinct is to seek specific information when we are going to a specific place. Who among us, assigned to Bangalore, would not read everything we could find about India? This is certainly necessary, but unfortunately not sufficient. Without understanding culture in general, we may find ourselves with an insufficiently stocked toolkit, unable to handle many of the tasks at hand.

In the field of intercultural training, this contrast is described by the terms "culture general" and "culture specific." Culture general simply refers to frameworks that provide a perspective for comparing and contrasting cultures. Since these frameworks are based on abstract categories from anthropology, intercultural communication, linguistics, and organizational psychology, they do not refer to any particular cultures, but rather provide general categories that facilitate our exploration of values, beliefs, and behaviors in any culture.  


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Cross-cultural Effectiveness: Cultural Detective Toolkit

This is a brief introduction to the world's only process-based intercultural competence development toolset, a collaborative project of over 140 experts worldwi

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