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The Transition From Multicultural to Intercultural Society

Globalisation and accompanying migrations have brought an array of people from various cultural backgrounds to Europe. We are continuously witnessing the mixing and merging of cultural traditions that not only reside side by side, but also influence each other. In order to explain the changing conditions in today’s society, two different but complementary terms were created…




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