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Travel Information. 1977 Fulbright Group Grant to India for 3 months to study workmanship and religion of India ... with the school in Recife, Brazil on work, society, society and ...
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Intercultural Development Inventory Dr. John Brenner Southwest Virginia Community College BIE-China Presentation April 25, 2009

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Background Information Teach Sociology and am Global Education Coordinator at Southwest Virginia Community College Include the worldwide point of view in the Principles of Sociology and Social Problems courses

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Background Information Associates degree from Parkland College Undergraduate degree in Education from University of Illinois Master\'s of Asian Studies from University of Illinois with fixation in 20 th China Doctorate from ETSU in Educational Leadership

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Travel Information 1977—Fulbright Group Grant to India for 3 months to study workmanship and religion of India 1978—Office of Education Group stipend to West Africa to study dry spell, desertification and USAID help to dry season casualties… went to Senegal, Mali, Borkina Fasso and Ivory Coast

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Travel Information 1981—England—two weeks 1987—Japan for two weeks with Honda Corporation 1998—China for two weeks—Beijing, Xian, Nanjing and Shanghai with the Friendship Force 2001—Faculty Exchange to England for two weeks- - Winchester

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Travel Information 2002-2004—Three excursions to Russia as Grant Evaluator for SWCC\'s New Independent States Grant with Ivanovo State Power University, Ivanovo, Russia 2005—Faculty Exchange with Stevenson College in Edinburgh, Scotland 2006—Visited schools in Copenhagen, Denmark; Tunis,Tunisia; and Recife, Brazil

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Travel Information Since 2006 - I video meeting with the school in Recife, Brazil on work, society, society and momentum occasions I have additionally made a few treks to Canada and Mexico previously

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Culture - Definition An agreeable term to individuals We all know it and feel we comprehend It is the lifestyle of a people (Ting-Toomey, 1999) It is the way individuals manage their surroundings

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Culture Ferrante (2008 p. 60) expresses that society incorporates Human-made techniques for conforming to the earth It has clear limits We tend to think in contrasts among individuals We distinguish certain individuals inside a society It exists inside a general public

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Culture Trask and Hamon (2007-p. 4) express that society must be seen with regards to family through a dynamic procedure went from era to era Culture is a scholarly conduct that spins around convictions, rehearses, practices, images, demeanors of a specific gathering of individuals

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Culture - Features Brislin (1993 p, 23) offers a broad agenda of components of society that include: Ideals, qualities, and presumptions about existence Transmitted thoughts that originate from guardians, instructors, religious pioneers and regarded older folks of a general public Involves adolescence encounters Aspects once in a while talked about by grown-ups in light of the fact that it is the acknowledged and shared ideas

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Culture - Features Brislin proceeded with… society Becomes clearest when there are conflicts between societies Allows individuals to clarify occasions Cultural qualities are seen as a steady It takes into consideration passionate responses There can be uprisings - as in the adolescent Changes require time and can be troublesome

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Culture Competency Defined as the… "capacity gain from and relate deferentially to individuals of your own way of life and also individuals from different societies" (Trask and Hamon, 2007 p. 128)

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Cultural Competency "Intercultural ability is a key objective of internationalization since it demonstrates a mindfulness and comprehension of socially assorted others and circumstances, and also the nearness of practices that advance gainful and successful correspondence among and crosswise over societies" (Emert and Pearson, 2007 p. 68)

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Cultural Competency "Worldwide instruction programs that give intercultural skill and information, advance kept learning through both casual and formal means, and give challenged learning about the destiny of a worldwide viewpoint will upgrade understudies\' capacity to be both profitable and mindful nationals of the world" (Zeszotarski, 2001 p. 76)

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Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) 60 question review taken online Developed by Hammer and Bennett that measures intercultural affectability Based on Bennett\'s Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS) Understands the essential psychological structures that go about as introductions to social contrast

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Intercultural Development Inventory Assumes an individual\'s reality view goes from a size of ethnocentric to ethnorelative "The basic suspicion of the model is that as one\'s experience of social distinction turns out to be more perplexing and modern, one\'s potential fitness in intercultural relations expands" (Hammer, Bennett, Wiseman, 2003. p. 423)

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Intercultural Development Inventory The initial three measurements of the DMIS are ethnocentric, which means one\'s way of life is experienced as vital to reality. Denial– one\'s own way of life is the main genuine one—others are seen as outside or diverse Defense– one\'s own way of life is the main reasonable one-in this way they are more debilitated by distinction—us against them demeanor. Another type of this is: Reversal– the other society is seen as better than one\'s is still us versus them however the way of life is not a danger

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Intercultural Development Inventory Minimization– the perspective that one\'s own social experience and that of others are comparable all societies are the same Men will be Men! Ladies are ladies! Anyplace These individuals anticipate that individuals will be comparable as in the possibility of universals They may demand that others rectify their conduct to coordinate the apparent desires "Act like a man!"

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Intercultural Development Inventory The next three DMIS introductions are more ethno-relative, which means one\'s own way of life is knowledgeable about connection with different societies Acceptance– individuals are seen as various yet similarly essential—they perceive how culture contrasts work in human collaborations—they don\'t important concur/differ however comprehend the distinctions

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Intercultural Development Inventory Adaptation– this introduction implies that the individual can move his or her casing of reference to the individual culture—the individual has created compassion Integration– here the introduction is to such an extent that one can move all through various social perspectives—maybe held by the "worldwide wanderers" or long haul ostracizes (Hammer, Bennett and Wiseman, 2003. p. 425).

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Results of the IDI Profile

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IDI Profile for Intercultural Sensitivity Ethnocentrism Ethnorelativism DIMENSIONS

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IDI Profile for Intercultural Sensitivity Ethnocentrism Ethnorelativism SCALES

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Finding: The bigger the crevice between the Perceived Score (PS) and the Developmental Score (DS), the more noteworthy the requirement for the improvement of intercultural affectability. Non-Students scores have a 24.59 distinction:

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The non-understudies saw themselves to be at 124.10 which implies they are in the acknowledgment/adjustment mode that has a mid-scope of 130. Their over all formative intercultural affectability score was at 99.51 which is at the mid-scope of minimization (100). The intercultural advancement is expected to fill in that distinction of 24.59.

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Finding: The bigger the hole between the Perceived Score (PS) and the Developmental Score (DS), the more prominent the requirement for the improvement of intercultural affectability. Understudies scores have a 29.28 contrast:

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The understudies saw themselves to be at 121.18 which implies they are in the acknowledgment/adjustment mode that has a mid-scope of 130. Their over all formative intercultural affectability score was at 91.90 which is at the mid-scope of minimization (100). The intercultural improvement is expected to fill in that distinction of 29.28

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Intercultural Sensitivity For both of the gatherings the numbers show a contrast between the apparent affectability and real affectability. Both gatherings are in the Minimization range which implies they have determined foreswearing/guard or inversion angles. The IDI would demonstrate that every gathering is on the move in the minimization range.

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… showing that the individual was prominently In Transition in its Minimization perspective.

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Minimization There is no class in the United States "All the race that matters is mankind!" "Traditions vary, obviously, however when you truly become more acquainted with them they\'re practically similar to us." "I have this natural feeling of other individuals, regardless of what their way of life." "If individuals are truly legit, they\'ll perceive that a few qualities are all inclusive". "Innovation is conveying social consistency to the created world". "It\'s a little world, all things considered". Bennett, J.M. & Bennett, M. J. 2004 Developing Intercultural Competence: A Reader.

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Findings: M Scale Group Profile A profile in the "uncertain" third of the scale demonstrates that the gathering individuals\' experience of different societies is intensely arranged toward basic shared characteristic. The profile proposes 1. you may have a solid responsibility to the possibility that individuals from different societies are essentially "like us" or that individuals of different societies ought to have the same arrangement of "general" qualities you have 2. you may experience issues in distinguishing critical social contrasts that impact intercultural relations 3. you have to determine these issues before you can practice your most prominent capability of intercultural fitness (Bennett & Bennett, 2002)

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Minimization American Cultural Patterns Matt Christensen, 2008 American\'s sentiment predominance Feeling better than different nations and societies Wanting to be the "best" We w

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