The Spiritual Dimension of Intercultural Language Education
This paper considers concepts of self and identity beyond culture and language constraints, and explores the spiritual dimension of educating for intercultural competence through language studies.
||Self and Identity, Language and Culture, Intercultural Competence, Education, Spirituality
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.119-124.
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Chantal Crozet is a language teacher and researcher in the School of Language Studies at the Australian National University. Her main research interests are in culture in communication, the teaching of culture & the development of intercultural competence within foreign language education. She has co-edited three books in this area: Striving for the Third Place, Intercultural Competence through Language Education (1999) with Anthony Liddicoat and Joe Lo Bianco; Teaching Languages and Cultures (2000) with Anthony Liddicoat and Teaching Invisible Culture, from Classroom Practice to Theory (2003) with Joe Lo Bianco. Her current research focuses on the spiritual dimension of Intercultural Language Education.
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