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Cross-Cultural Competence and Its Formation in Future Officers of the National Guard of Ukraine

EasyChair Preprint no. 5547

8 pagesDate: May 20, 2021

Abstract

The article aims at substantiating the need to develop cross-cultural competence in future NGU officers under conditions of rapid development of multiculturalism in the Ukrainian society and presenting a project on building the competence within interdisciplinary environments. Theoretical basis of research: fundamental studies on the problems of building cross-cultural communication and cross-cultural competence through learning. Methodological basis: cross-cultural, concrete historical, systemic, hermeneutic and interdisciplinary approaches. Research methods: philosophical reflection, analysis, synthesis, monitoring, survey and social experiment. The context of the study is higher military education at NANGU. The research results demonstrate their originality: 1) the need to form cross-cultural competence in future NGU officers was substantiated; 2) tolerance and equality were proved to be an axiological basis of social communication in a multicultural space; 3) the issue of moral choice in the context of social communication is considered; 4) the cadet environment was assessed for tolerance and a comparative analysis of the research results was carried out; 5) cross-cultural competence of cadets proved to build only within the educational process; 6) a project on building cross-cultural competence in future NGU officers was presented. Conclusions: 1) NGU’s successful performance in a multicultural environment depends on their ability to be impartial and make decisions based on the values of cross-cultural tolerance, equality of all participants in social communication, and non-discrimination; 2) an interdisciplinary approach provides a comprehensive development of cross-cultural competence in future NGU officers; 3) interactive methods of developing cross-cultural competence are effective; 4) conceptual approaches to training future NGU officers should be changed to overcome obsolete stereotypes. Perspective directions of solving the problems are outlined.

Keyphrases: cross-cultural communication, Cross-cultural competence, educational process, Globalization, officer of the National Guard of Ukraine, social communications, tolerance

BibTeX entry
BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
@Booklet{EasyChair:5547,
  author = {Iryna Sevruk and Yulia Sokolovska and Natalia Chuprinova and Yuliia Khoroshylova},
  title = {Cross-Cultural Competence and Its Formation in Future Officers of the National Guard of Ukraine},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 5547},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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