Title

Larger Than One Culture: The Myth and the Reality of Cultural Competence at CSB/SJU

Document Type

Thesis

Publication Date

2008

Advisor

Matt Lindstrom, Political Science

Abstract

In 1987, Terry Cross proposed a theory of cultural competence as a way to understand and assess an organization's ability to deal appropriately with cross-cultural relationships. Twenty years later, the continuum he developed is still at the forefront of cultural competence theory. Larger Than One Culture: The Myth and the Reality of Cultural Competence at CSB/SJU will use Dr. Cross' theory to examine the cultural competence of CSB/SJU and of the various administrative departments within the universities, as well as to examine the cultural competence movement on a national and state scale and explore its possibilities for the future.

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