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Intercultural relations is a relatively new formal field of social science studies. It deals with the ability to get along with others, especially those from a different cultural background.

Some of the main topics of study are:

  • reflection and development of cultural competence
  • analyzing different cultural patterns in the world
  • finding strategies for adapting
  • solving problems in intercultural communication
  • teaching social skills to reduce cultural misunderstandings
  • studying the lifelong impact of youth and other exchanges

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