Experience in Cross-Cultural Training Research

Experience in Cross-Cultural Training Research

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The main objective of this article is to determine the relationship between intercultural training research and professional training practice from three perspectives based on a positioning of the concept of experience in the context of social and cultural studies: experiences can firstly be considered as an object of research, secondly from a methodological perspective as a learning resource and thirdly as a discursive and practical- conceptional component for the design of intercultural education programmes and cross-cultural trainings in order to negotiate the science-practice dialogue.

Publications: Arnold, M. (2015). Über die Relevanz von Erfahrungen in der interkulturellen Trainingsforschung: Drei Verhältnisbestimmungen zwischen Trainingsforschung und Trainingspraxis [Experience in cross-cultural training research: Three relations between training research and professional training practice]. Interculture Journal: Online-Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Studien, Bd. 14, Nr. 25, 11-28.

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