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Table 2 Cultural learning development among undergraduates in intervention and control groups (in% strongly agreed or agreed)

From: Fostering cultural inclusiveness and learning in culturally mixed business classes

Statement on cultural learning Canberra Griffith
Intervention Control Intervention Control
1. I have developed a greater awareness of cultural diversity. 72.9 39.0 64.3 48.8
2. I have developed a better understanding of cross-cultural interpersonal skills. 69.3 44.1 65.7 59.5
3. I have gained awareness of the role of culture in my chosen field of study. 65.0 45.8 68.6 59.0
4. I am now more conscious of the cultural knowledge I use when interacting with people with different cultural backgrounds. 68.6 54.2 69.0 54.8
5. I am now more conscious of the cultural knowledge I apply to cross-cultural interactions. 66.4 42.4 64.4 53.0
6. I am better prepared to adjust my cultural knowledge as I interact with people from an unfamiliar culture. 63.6 50.8 68.6 57.1
7. I am now better equipped to enjoy living in cultures that are unfamiliar to me. 62.9 54.2 54.8 52.4
8. I am now more confident that I could socialise with locals in a culture that is unfamiliar. 65.0 53.4 56.0 51.2
9. I am now more certain that I could deal better with adjusting to a culture that is new to me. 70.7 45.8 59.5 51.8
9. I have become more confident with communicating with people from culturally different backgrounds. 68.6 52.5 61.4 52.4
10. I have become more ready to make social contact with culturally different others. 69.3 45.8 62.4 47.6
11. I have become more comfortable participating in multicultural groups. 67.9 52.5 6 47.6