Edited by Pierre Benckendorff and Anita Zehrer
Chapter 23: Internationalizing the tourism curriculum via study abroad
The purpose of this chapter is to explore study abroad programs as a tool to internationalize the tourism curriculum. Using contact theory, a model for intercultural competence and the theory of experiential education we provide a framework to design a study abroad program and identify effective teaching approaches. Future implications on the topic are also discussed.
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