Christine Macdonald

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This paper examines the perspectives of thirteen self-identified " intercultural " young adults' (ages 19-40) and their views of culture related to their lived experiences. I expand research about intercultural individuals by focusing on intercultural individuals rather than their parents. My study is a qualitative one involving thirteen personally(More)
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