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Margaret D. Pusch

In: Handbook of Intercultural Training

Chapter 2: Intercultural Training in Historical Perspective

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Intercultural Training in Historical Perspective
Intercultural training in historical perspective
Margaret D.Pusch

Human interaction among culturally different peoples has a long and frequently acrimonious history. Recognition of how those relationships are affected by culture was not considered in any significant way until after World War ii. This consideration occurred chiefly in the United States because its economy was left largely intact at the close of the war and because U.S. involvement in the international arena was no longer a matter of choice. in the beginning, the Marshall Plan was developed to help rebuild areas of the world devastated by the war. The success of the Marshall Plan led leaders in the United States to create other international development activities and exchange efforts that offered economic and scientific ...

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