Intercultural Communication in Teacher Training
           Elizabeth M. Wadlington, Southeastern Louisiana University
           Cynthia Elliott, Southeastern Louisiana University
           Shirley W. Jacob, Southeastern Louisiana University
Communication modes are determined by the culture into which a person is socialized. 
Lack of knowledge of the cultures of others often leads to miscommunications which 
have far-reaching adverse effects.  It is imperative that teachers learn to 
communicate effectively with those with diverse styles to help themselves and 
future generations.

		Academic Exchange Quarterly  Spring 2010: Volume 14, Issue 1  
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