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Cultural Borderlands: Cultural Dissonance in the International School

Discusses an investigation into the process of intercultural learning in an international school. Reports that cultural dissonance among students, between students and teachers, and in relation to the school culture, seemed to be the catalyst by which intercultural learning took place.

  • Contributor: Allan, Michael
  • Year: 2002

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