Handbook of Intercultural Training - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080275352, 9781483158365

Handbook of Intercultural Training

1st Edition

Area Studies in Intercultural Training

Editors: Dan Landis Richard W. Brislin
eBook ISBN: 9781483158365
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1983
Page Count: 326
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Handbook of Intercultural Training, Volume III: Area Studies in Intercultural Training deals with information about the countries in which people will be living and working, where trainers want new and better country-specific information that can be incorporated into their programs.
This volume contains two parts, wherein the first part deals with training in educational institutions where existing programs are examined. An intercultural competence in bilingual teacher-training programs is presented, and the intercultural communications skills imparted to trainers/teachers are examined. Also addressed are methods to facilitate education on cross-cultural matters to college level students. To put cross-cultural relations in perspective, the topic of American and foreign students in the United States in a university context is discussed, and its implications for theory, future research, and applied intercultural programming are further examined. Part II is concerned with area studies and covers Sub-Sahara Africa, Islamic countries such as Iran, Americans in Australia, Oceania, India, Japan, Canada, and the American retiree abroad. The inclusion of this section shows the types of content that can be included in the preparation of training programs.
Trainers and cross-cultural workers, foreign workers, diplomats, foreign students, immigrants, and even transients working and living in a different culture will find this volume a wealthy source of information.

Table of Contents

Foreword Preface Chapter 1 International Education, Area Studies, and Materials Acquisition Part I: Training in Educational Institutions Chapter 2 Intercultural Education in Elementary and Secondary Schools Chapter 3 Developing Intercultural Competence in Bilingual Teacher-Training Programs Chapter 4 Integrating Cross-Cultural Education in the Postsecondary Curriculum Chapter 5 Cultures in Contact: On Intercultural Relations among American and Foreign Students in the U.S. University Context Part II: Area Studies Chapter 6 Sub-Saharan Africa: A Praxis Theory of Intercultural Training Chapter 7 Intercultural Problems of Education in Islamic Countries, with Special Reference to Iran Chapter 8 Americans in Australia: Intercultural Training for "The Lucky Country" Chapter 9 Oceania: Cross-Cultural Adaptation Chapter 10 Training and Preparation for Research in Intercultural Relations in the Indian Subcontinent Chapter 11 Preparation of North Americans for Interaction with Japanese: Considerations of Language and Communication Style Chapter 12 Canadian Multiculturalism: The Solution or the Problem? Chapter 13 American Retirement Abroad Name Index Subject Index About the Contributors


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