Welcome to the Forsyth Library Intercultural Communication guide. This guide will introduce you to a variety of resources to enhance your class experience. On this guide, you'll find information on essential intercultural concepts and competencies, databases for finding scholarly articles, newspapers and magazines from around the world, top academic journals in the field of intercultural study, and comprehensive profiles on a variety of countries and cultures..
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You might want to do some background research on your topic or browse for topic ideas to use for your paper. These databases might also help you present different positions and arguments of the issue to help you remain neutral. Start searching for background information using the databases listed below:
The following databases primarily search academic journals in the fields of communication and social sciences. Within these databases, you'll likely find peer-reviewed articles about your topic:
The following databases primarily search newspapers and magazines. Within these databases, you'll likely find popular articles about your topic and news and current events around your topic:
The following scholarly journals specialize in intercultural communication and may be a place to browse for topics or explore if and how your topic is represented within these publications:
UNESCO and the Peace Corps provide several resources to promote intercultural dialogue and understand our intercultural and multicultural world: