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Motivações e competências interculturais para a mobilidade acadêmica França-Brasil: o caso de estudantes da Universidade Lumière Lyon 2

Abstract : This article presents a research conducted among students at the University Lumière Lyon 2 (ULL2) in academic mobility with Brazil on intercultural skills and motivations for international academic mobility. Field research was used, carried out with a sample of ULL2 students who will depart for Brazil in the context of mobility to spend between six months and one academic year at brazilian universities. The empirical work focuses on the data analysis dealing with motivational aspects from the Joseph Nuttin theory of human motivation and the intercultural skills formation. For this purpose the survey was applied and constructed data were treated using the software Classification hierarchique implicative et Cohésitive (CHIC) as an auxiliary tool to the use of Statistical Implicative Analysis (SIA)). The results clarify that the main motivation for the mobility of students is "to Improve the curriculum vitae" and the stronger competence presented is linguistic competence and "understanding" of the Portuguese language.
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Maria Cristina Elyote Marques Santos, Paulo César Marques de Andrade Santos, Nadja Maria Acioly-Regnier, Jean-Claude Régnier. Motivações e competências interculturais para a mobilidade acadêmica França-Brasil: o caso de estudantes da Universidade Lumière Lyon 2. Educação Matemática Pesquisa, Programa de Estudos Pós-Graduados em Educação Matemática da PUC-SP, 2014, Analyse Statistique Implicative; Statistical Implicative Analysis; Analise Estatistica Implicativa, 16 (3), pp.723-744. ⟨hal-01097635⟩

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