A study on Hong Kong undergraduates’ intercultural competence development through international service-learning

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Abstract

The present study investigates the association between international service-learning and undergraduates’ intercultural competence. By a mixed-method examination, it was found that international service-learning promoted undergraduates’ intercultural competence in cognitive, affective, and behavioral aspects and three influential service elements were identified: diversity, close interaction with local people, and youth voice.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2016

Citation

Xu, H. (2016, September). A study on Hong Kong undergraduates’ intercultural competence development through international service-learning. Paper presented at the 16th International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement Annual Conference (IARSLCE 2016): Reaffirming Our Purpose, Bridging Our Understandings, & Broadening Our Collective Impact, The Roosevelt New Orleans, New Orleans, US.

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