2 edition of Dialogue in intercultural communities found in the catalog.
Dialogue in intercultural communities
Includes bibliographical references (p. -272) and index.
|Statement||edited by Claudio Baraldi.|
|Series||Dialogue studies -- v. 4, Dialogue studies -- v. 4.|
|LC Classifications||P94.6 .D538 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||2009030327|
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Dialogue in Intercultural Communities: From an educational point of view (Dialogue Studies) Prof. Claudio Baraldi This book explores the meanings of educational interactions which aim to promote peace and positive relationships. Intercultural Dialogue: In Search of Harmony in Diversity offers a philosophical analysis of the issues surrounding cultural diversity and dialogical relationships among cultures as an alternative to "culture wars" and hegemonic by: 1.
Dialogue in Intercultural Communities From an educational point of view. Editor. in particular in intercultural settings. The book investigates the cultural presuppositions of dialogues which can empower participants’ expressions in interactions through the management of discussions and conflicts.
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The book investigates the cultural presuppositions of dialogues which can empower participants' expressions in interactions through the management of discussions and conflicts. These presuppositions are. Intercultural Dialogue The world is more and more interconnected but it does not mean that individuals and societies really live together – as reveal the exclusions suffered by millions of poor, women, youth, migrants and disenfranchised minorities.
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These presuppositions are observed in the use Author: C. Baraldi. Who leads this initiative of intercultural dialogue. The Institute of International Education (IIE), founded in (USA).IIE manages a wide offer of intercultural collaboration programs across institutions of higher education, with a worldwide Institute also dedicates specific efforts to assist scholars, students and artists threatened by conflict and unrest in their home countries.
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