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Interculturalism in Italy: Is it merely a Language and Communication Problem?
(Fisciano: ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge, 2016)
It is unthinkable today not to promote or encourage intercultural communication, it being the only alternative to conflict: a dialogic interaction designed to promote all the instances in the game and to achieve equilibrium ...
The Migrant’s Gaze. A survey on mobility factors carried out in the reception centres of Taranto
(Fisciano: ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge, 2017)
The migration phenomenon has significantly grown over the last years. Migrants no longer consider Italy as a country of transit, but also as a final destination. Therefore, institutions and civil society organizations have ...
Communication for Cultural Integration : The Case of a Secondary Reception Centre
The language, a human species-specific activity, permits of knowing, organizing and recounting the reality that around us. Although the vocal level represents the preferred channel of expression, everyday experiences are ...