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English for Specific Purposes World (ESP World)

English for Specific Purposes World

ISSN 1682-3257

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Dr. Troy B. Wiwczaroski

Debrecen University AGTC

Department of Agrotechnical Languages and Communication Studies

Student attitudes and intercultural communication studies

One works against their prejudices and judgmental attitudes in teaching intercultural communication to students, in preparing them for dialogue with strangers in professional settings. Cases of young adults with little or no experience of life away from home, much less of contact with foreign people and cultures, are even more problematic. This paper presents an evaluation of the author's own research survey of student attitudes towards intercultural studies, study abroad and contact with 'otherness'. This presentation culminates in a discussion of how the gathered data impacts the design and teaching of intercultural communication courses, especially of discussions of what defines a culture and how one should evaluate cultural difference.

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