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ANTH 2300 3.0: INTERCULTURAL TRAINING SKILLS

ANTH 2300 3.0: INTERCULTURAL TRAINING SKILLS

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AP/ANTH 2300 3.00

INTERCULTURAL TRAINING SKILLS

Course Director: Prof. K. Schmid - kschmid@yorku.ca

This course is designed to prepare iBA students to negotiate their learning goals in a cross-cultural context while on university exchange. It may be of interest to non-iBA students who want to gain competencies in multi-cultural settings (for work, travel, or as international students) through better understanding the reasons for cultural differences, misunderstandings and conflicts. Topics covered may include culture, participant observation, culture shock, risk & safety, managing intercultural conflict, friendship, travel, politeness, cleanliness, gender & sexuality, gifts, poverty, religion and health.

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