The authors conduct pre-treatment and post-treatment observations on students taking a first semester freshman course designed to enlighten them about their role in the world as global citizens. The authors use the Intercultural Effectiveness Scale to measure the students across the dimensions of Continuous Learning, Interpersonal Engagement and Hardiness. Results suggests that students undergoing such a course may increase their intercultural effectiveness, especially in the area of interpersonal engagement, as well as, global mindset.
Relvea, Clint; Guha, Guari S.; and Fish, Kelly
"Increasing Intercultural Effectiveness Through a Global Citizenship Approach,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 9.
Available at: http://dc.swosu.edu/aij/vol3/iss3/9