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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 ...
The Interference of the Mass media in the Intercultural Dialogue during the Emergency Landings in the Mediterranean: Between Reality and Representation
The aim of the paper is to highlight the difficulties that characterise the intercultural dialogue in specific contexts and situations of emergency. The paper focuses on the interference of the mass media and their ...
Intercultural Complexity of the Southern Mediterranean: Arab-Mediterranean Perceptions and Outlooks
The present paper aims at placing the Mediterranean within the cultural perceptions and literary productions of the Arab World, particularly the Maghreb. How do collective consciousness and cultural representations in the ...
Picking Up the Brush for Emperors and Sultans. Imperial Portraits as Representations of Power in The Early Modern Mediterranean (Ca. 1450-Ca. 1650)
This paper aims to discuss the influence of interdependently effective political discourses and cultural differences in early modern Mediterranean regarding the motives for official state portraiture. Therefore, the paper ...
Intercultural Dialogue and Ethical Challenge in the Latin-American Thought
In a globalised world the intercultural dialogue and the interaction – different from integration - among different peoples and cultures is more and more necessary. The article deals with the issue of interculturality, ...