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Ryan, Phyllis M. – 1999
This paper argues that a need exists, especially in urban universities, to focus on attitudes toward foreign language learning (in this case, the learning of English) and toward speakers of the language being learned as well as the cultures represented by its speakers. The concept of interculturality as a goal for learning challenges negative…
Descriptors: Business English, College Students, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Education
Chen, Yueh-miao – 1994
A study investigated the perceptions of college students from three different cultural groups in English composition courses concerning writing and effective writing instruction. Subjects were native speakers of American English, natives of South Korea, and natives of Mexico. Data were collected through classroom observation and in systematic…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Classroom Techniques, College Students, Comparative Analysis