Are intercultural competencies the key for international collaboration?: A systematic review
Ramírez Montoya, María Soledad
Guillén Yparrea, Nicia
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Developing communication skills and intercultural awareness is the engine for col laboration and networks to address complex social issues. This article describes a systematic literature review analyzing the scientific evidence from January 2016 to June 2022 in publications available in the Scopus and Web of Science databases regarding intercultural and global competencies developed to encourage interna tional, professional collaboration. A systematic mapping of the literature was per formed firsthand, and selection criteria were applied to determine the articles to be reviewed, resulting in 45 eligible studies. The analysis focused on three competen cies: intercultural communication, intercultural sensitivity, and intercultural respon sibility. The results highlighted the relevant trend and predominance of (a) qualita tive studies, specially case study designs; (c) the themes of intercultural and global competencies; (c) research involving intercultural communication competency, and (d) intercultural education. This study aims to be of value to academic, scientific communities, and those interested in training, communication, and educational in novation.
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