- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Online publication date: September 2020
- Print publication year: 2020
- Online ISBN: 9781108854184
- DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108854184
With the number of international migrants globally reaching an estimated 272 million (United Nations report, September 2019), the need for intercultural training is stronger than ever. Since its first edition, this handbook has evaluated the methodologies and suggested the best practice to develop effective programs aimed at facilitating cross-cultural dialogue and boosting the economic developments of the countries mostly affected by migration. This handbook builds and expands on the previous editions by presenting the rational and scientific foundations of intercultural training and focuses on unique approaches, theories, and areas of the world. In doing so, it gives students, managers, and other professionals undertaking international assignments a theoretical foundation and practical suggestions for improving intercultural training programs.
Cindy Gallois - Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia
Adam Komisarof - Professor of Intercultural Communication and Acculturation, Keio University, Japan, and President-Elect, International Academy for Intercultural Research
Claude-Hélène Mayer - Professor in Industrial and Organisational Psychology, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Mark E. Mendenhall - J. Burton Frierson Chair of Business Leadership, University of Tennessee, USA
George F. Simons - creator of Diversophy
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