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Kim & Kim - 2020 Seed Grant - Systematic and Phenomenological Investigation of Intercultural Competency

By Huai-rhin Kim1, Jungsun Kim2

1. Purdue University 2. Indiana University

Based on Deardorff’s theoretical framework, this study took a pragmatic lens of understanding the characteristics of generation Z.

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Version 1.0 - published on 02 Apr 2021

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This study took a combined view of Intercultural competence and understanding the contemporary students. In terms of intercultural competence, students’ attitudes, knowledge, and skills toward different cultures are theoretical domains to evaluate. To understand generation Z, parental bonding, tolerance of uncertainty, and personal values in evaluating different cultures were also investigated. A sequential mixed method design was used to achieve the practical goals of this study.

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  • Kim, H., Kim, J. (2021). Kim & Kim - 2020 Seed Grant - Systematic and Phenomenological Investigation of Intercultural Competency.

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