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Milton J. Bennett

Milton J. Bennett
Intercultural Development Research Institute

Ph.D.

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Classic statement of the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity
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Changing national boundaries, migration and mobility, multinational residence, and the cross-border flow of refugees are challenging traditional views of citizenship. The term “intercultural citizenship” is coined to refer to a definition based more on affiliation with a cultural group than on legal ascription to a nation state. The implications of...
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The Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS) created by Milton J. Bennett is a grounded theory based on constructivist perception and communication theory. It assumes that the experience of reality is constructed through perception, and that more complex perceptual categories yield more complex (sophisticated) experience. Specificall...
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This report is meant to summarize the discussion themes introduced in the Fellows Day session of the 9th Biennial Congress of the International Academy of Intercultural Research held in Bergen, Norway June 28, 2015. The report also attempts to summarize some of the participant comments made during the session. Because it is a report and not an orig...
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Today, the importance of intercultural competence in both global and domestic contexts is well recognized. Bennett (1986, 1993b) posited a framework for conceptualizing dimensions of intercultural competence in his developmental model of intercultural sensitivity (DMIS). The DMIS constitutes a progression of worldview “orientations toward cultural...
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The development of Intercultural sensitivity demands attention to the subjective experience of the learner. The key to such sensitivity and related skills in Intercultural communication is the way in which learners construe cultural difference. This article suggests a continuum of stages of persona! growth that allows trainers to diagnose the level...
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The Golden Rule enjoins us to treat others as we would like to be treated. But inherent in the Rule is an assumption of similarity: that others are like ourselves and therefore want to be treated similarly. Essential similarity implies a single, absolute reality, and such thinking is the foundation of ethnocentrism. The Golden Rule leads us to a sy...
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If you do not already think so, the articles in this volume will convince you that study abroad has changed. At the university level, it has transcended its history as a "grand tour" for the leisure class and the more plebian "junior year abroad." Now university study abroad encompasses massive mobility of students among European Union universities...
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Se presenta un análisis de los patrones culturales norteamericanos introduciendo comparaciones transculturales y recurriendo a la investigación sobre sistemas de valores, en psicología de la percepción, antropología cultural y comunicación intercultural.
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Thesis (M.A.)--San Francisco State College. Bibliography: leaves [126]-128.
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Thesis--University of Minnesota. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 194-198).

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