Formal education and intercultural capital: towards attachment beyond narrow ethno‐national boundaries? Abstract: Schooling and school management can play an important part in promoting inclusive forms of national attachment, intercultural dialogue and reflexive engagements with the “Unfamiliar”. The (inter) personal benefits of intercultural experiences and skills are widely acknowledged. But can we really learn to be intercultural? And what are the […]
Good morning, everyone. Here is an online article written by Adrian Holliday (2010) and published at Language and Intercultural Communication you may be interested. Please click the link to download: Cultural descriptions as political cultural acts: an exploration
Journal of TESOL and Technology Studies is a peer-reviewed international journal, published by Saba Publishing. The aim of the journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers, and practitioners in the area of English language teaching and learning to share their theories, models, views, research results, and classroom practices for the benefit of all. All articles in this journal […]
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