Relating cross-culturally

Interpersonal contacts across cultures
Making individual and organizational acquaintances with those from other perspectives, generally for the purpose of learning or friendship.
When the dimensions of culture and sub-cultures, ethnicity, race, minority issues, socio-economic background, life experiences and various other sub groupings are considered, the problems multiply. No one theory or practice can encompass so many variations. An eclectic approach embraces many theories: dynamic, behavioural, cognitive and humanistic. Cultural uniqueness has to be accepted and worked with to promote acceptance of self and others and a flexibility to adapt and develop new coping strategies.
Counter Claim:
Cross-cultural relationships can introduce unpredictable change in a society.
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 4: Quality Education