Title

The Intercultural Communication Course: A Response to the Carter Commission's Call for Increased Citizen Education in International Affairs

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-1987

Abstract

ABSTRACT  This article describes a course designed to increase the intercultural communication skills of American postsecondary students. Activities include readings and movies illustrating cross‐cultural conflicts; application of the Gudykunst and Kim model to a crosscultural case study; panel discussions; and a cultural simulation. Suggestions are provided for adopting the course or parts of it in the foreign language or general education curriculum. © 1987 American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Publication Title

Foreign Language Annals

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