Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Seminars on InterCultural Communications

These seminars should be program in the open forum format in an around each celebration event, and you should cover these points.

This is only he first step.

One: History of the Peoples ( need at least two examples in some detail ) you are using as a vocal point of discussions.

Two: The physical cultural object, or icon in which to review brought in by the participating cultural representitive.

Three: Look for commonalities between the selected examples.

Four: Foward the semminar in the issue of personal discovery, and the theroretical implications of personal discovery.

Five: Conclude.

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Introductions are in order:This is where you start to understand how collectively the sociocultural impact International Students / Scholars have upon their campuses of study. One they are viewed as high profile-which many find mystifying-in as much as for most American students, this is the first time they will be in contact with Internationals.None-the-less, the International Students / Scholars are bringing with them from their home country more of idealistic perceptions of their culture, and society.

Some are even a little rebelous, as this is due to their age, and search for new visions. It is upon this platform all during the 60s to the 70s the Internationals started to look into social and cultural programs-to develop a home away from home. As these programs grew, the attention they attracted were the American students. Quite by surprise, then, as in some places, like Buffalo State College, these program became the most popular student activity during the academic calendar year.Here and there, IE Buffalo State College, a campus here and another one, IE. UCLA, a view grew. But one in which the Internationals were not fully aware of.

They all embraced the same objectivity, and all had a very positive impact upon the behavior of the American students their programs stimulated. And stimulated they certainly did. Little by little, their programs became within itself a sort of sociocultural Peace - Corps, and that is what it has always entailed. The impact that the resulting stimulated American students had upon both the private and public sector of the American civilization is becoming increasingly known as the WWII baby boomers now are gaining control of the keys of American power.To this and with this in mind is this introduction.


Mr. Roger M. Christian

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