Intercultural Development: Study abroad vs. on-campus study
Operations and Supply Chain Management
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Study abroad; learning outcomes; intercultural development
The article presents a study which aimed to determine the intercultural development between study abroad and on-campus study. The researchers conducted a study with pre-post assessment of students in junior-level, business course, semester-length study abroad program, and a parallel pre-post assessment of students enrolled in two on-campus courses, a business and liberal arts, the same level using different instruments. Results showed little relationship and further research is suggested.
Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad