Category Archives: Intercultural communication

Investing in Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue

There is an urgent need to invest in cultural diversity and dialogue. Integrating cultural diversity into a wide range of public policies – including those somewhat remote from the cultural field proper – can help renew the international community’s approaches to two key … Continue reading

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Some Epistemic and Methodological Challenges within an Intercultural Experience

My experience with the Intercultural Indigenous System of Learning and Studies (SIIDAE) in Chiapas gave rise to a dialogue on two different levels: intercultural and interdisciplinary. I understand dialogue here as a very complex model of translation that, at the same time, challenges … Continue reading

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Methodical informational challenges in Researching Cross-cultural and Intercultural Communication

This article attempts to offer a response, from a general perspective to the question of how culture reveals itself in the application of qualitative research methods in intercultural communication. When we use the term “culture” it is important to bear in … Continue reading

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