Interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to intercultural competence development is a new edited volume that will be comprised of innovative and interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to intercultural competence development among clinicians, practitioners, academicians, and researchers in the following fields: medicine, translation and interpretation, criminal justice and law, business, education, and psychology. Hence, the academic readership extends beyond a single discipline and critically engages researchers across diverse professions. This volume aims to pave the way to promote collaborative efforts and re-examine the role of intercultural competence development in a globally changing landscape.
Chapter submissions must be unpublished original works that are not currently under review. Chapters can include empirical research or theoretical studies on intercultural competence development in academic programs.
Here are proposed law-related topics:
Criminal Justice and Law: Intercultural Competence in Legal Courses
- Defining intercultural competence in legal education with innovative interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches
- Assessing intercultural competence development among prospective attorneys and/or law enforcement officers (e.g., challenges, innovative methods, etc.)
- Addressing the role of language and culture in the context of law among prospective attorneys and/or law enforcement officers for effective dialogue practices with clients and/or detainees
- Pedagogies that implement active learning that include diverse communication strategies
- Law students’ perspectives on intercultural competence development
Students’ applications of intercultural competence development in law and criminal justice
Abstracts of 125-250 words should be submitted with your name, position/title, and organization/institution affiliation to Christine E. Poteau (poteau[@]rowan.edu). Chapters should be 3,000-10,000 words. Abstracts are due March 1, 2018. Chapters are due December 30, 2018.