Friendship and relationships in virtual and intercultural learning: Internationalising the business curriculum
Graduates need to be prepared for working in global organizations that increasingly rely on virtual, culturally diverse teams. This paper reports on a qualitative research study concerned with the perceptions of university business students who collaborated on a virtual and international project to learn about intercultural communication. The findings indicated that participants capitalized on the opportunity the project presented to find friends and to negotiate and deepen relationships. In...[Show more]
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