Rhinesmith, Stephen H.
March 1970
Training & Development Journal;Mar1970, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p20
Shows that growth in intercultural sensitivity through cross-cultural training results in growth in interpersonal sensitivity. Process of intercultural adjustment; Exposure of behavior through interaction with others.


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