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transcultural

Syllabification: trans·cul·tur·al
Pronunciation: /transˈkəlCHərəl, tranz-
 
/

Definition of transcultural in English:

adjective

Relating to or involving more than one culture; cross-cultural: the possibility of transcultural understanding
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  • In recent decades, however, art historians have become interested in how indigenous material and visual culture can express the transcultural situation of American Indian people.
  • Hopefully, philosophers will again be led to recognise that a truly transcultural understanding of subjectivity and intersubjectivity requires us to leave our armchairs and venture into the field.
  • This finding has implications for our distinction between transcultural and culturally specific aspects of interventions.

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