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On Being European: The Contribution of Intercultural Communication Theory and Pedagogy
Language and Intercultural Communication
Europe can become 'united in diversity' only by helping its citizens internalise experientially their composite cultural identity as Europeans. Merely conceptual 'understanding' of the other cultures is insufficient to promote genuine mutual respect and real opportunities for synergy across frontiers. An example is given of how experiential internalisation can be facilitated by teaching languages as culture. Europa può diventare 'unita nella diversità' solo se promuove tra i suoi cittadinidoi:10.2167/laic255.0 fatcat:3dialredafbkdoaske624bmrhe