Intercultural Wonderment and Study Abroad
This study seeks to identify elements of a study abroad experience that foster participants’ intercultural wonderment as well as how intercultural wonderment influences students’ development of a global perspective. The results demonstrate that intercultural wonderment is an important determinant of change in students’ global perspectives and influenced by curricular, co-curricular, and community-based experiences.
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