Fifty Years of Intercultural Study: A Continuum of Perspectives for Research and Teaching
22 Pages Posted: 12 May 2008
Date Written: April 30, 2008
Reviewing intercultural research since the publication of Halls (1959) The Silent Language, this study identifies five different perspectivesuniversal, national, organizational, interpersonal, and intrapersonaland key scholars associated with them. Three approaches for integrating these perspectives for intercultural studies are proposed: selected lens, sequential hierarchy, and dialogic identity.
Keywords: intercultural business communication, intercultural research & teaching
JEL Classification: I20, Z00, M19, F23
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