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Transcultural Realities

1st Edition

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Cross-Cultural Relations

Virginia H. Milhouse; Molefi Kete Asante; Peter O. Nwosu
eISBN-13: 9781452262765

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Transcultural Realities is an important collection of essays written by an outstanding cast of critical scholars who discuss the importance of transculture in interdisciplinary contexts. The primary goal of the contributors is to help the reader to understand that a state of "community" or "harmony" cannot be achieved in the world until we are all ready to accept different cultural forms, norms, and orientations.

In this book, transculture is defined as a form of culture created not from within separate spheres, but in the holistic forms of diverse cultures. It is based on the principle that a single culture, in and of itself, is incomplete and requires interaction and dialogue with other cultures.

Transcultural Realities is divided into five parts:

Transcultural issues in international and cross-cultural contexts
Historical and religious struggles within and between nations
Socially constructed racial identities and their consequences for transculturalism in the United States
The transformative effects of sojourning in diverse cultural environments
The fundamentals of transcultural research

Editors Virginia H. Milhouse, Molefi Kete Asante, and Peter O. Nwosu set out to meet three specific needs. First, that the book′s interdisciplinary approach to theory and practice in cross-cultural relations will make it an important book for several fields of study, including intercultural and interpersonal communication, international relations, human relations, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, and sociology. Second, that the book will be a reference tool for scholars of transcultural researcch, providing up-to-date information on cross-cultural relations that are transcultural in nature. And finally, through the use of research is critical to a fuller understanding of cross-cultural relations in a transcultural world.  

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ISBNs 9780761923763, 0761923764, 0761923756, 9780761923756, 9780761923763, 1452262764, 9781452262765, 1452262764
Language eng
Number of Pages 369
Edition 1st