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Definition of Interculturally
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Literary usage of Interculturally
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1. Southern Agriculture by Franklin Sumner Earle (1908)
"It cannot, however, be used interculturally among other crops as can the cowpeas, but must occupy the ground alone. When land can be given up to a soil- ..."
2. A New World of Knowledge: Canadian Universities and Globalizationby Sheryl Bond, Jean-Pierre Lemasson by Sheryl Bond, Jean-Pierre Lemasson (1999)
"... are internationally knowledgeable and interculturally competent." The second most important reason is "to address through scholarship, the increasingly ..."
3. Shifting African Identities by S. B. Bekker, Martine Dodds, Meshack M. Khosa (2001)
"competing identity demands, interculturally structured identities are personalised strategies for mapping out a way of moving within and between cultures. ..."
4. Quality and Internationalisation in Higher Education by Hans de Wit, Jane Knight (1999)
"... help to develop competencies in the personnel of the higher education institution to be more internationally knowledgeable and interculturally skilled. ..."
5. Internationalisation And Trade In Higher Education: Opportunities And Challenges by Kurt Larsen (2004)
"... on preparing students to be internationally knowledgeable and interculturally competent, are the key drivers for internationalisation in general and for ..."