Seeking a more nuanced conceptualization of intercultural competence, this thesis examines the narratives of immigrant entrepreneurs engaged in a culturally diverse business environment. Based on in-depth ethnographic interviews supplemented by a quantitative instrument, the thesis uncovers unique examples of how intercultural competencies are expressed while drawing on the research expressing a need to re-conceptualize intercultural competence from a non-western perspective.
University of Minnesota M.A. thesis. July 2014. Major: Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development. Advisor: Gerald Fry. 1 computer file (PDF); i, 127 pages, appendices A-C.
The intercultural competence of immigrant entrepreneurs in the Twin Cities.
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