Volume 7, Numéro 3, Pages 541-547
The cultural diversity in the world is a crucial element that promotes intercultural communication. Nowadays, information and communication technology innovations played a major role in squeezing time and place and bringing the world to become a small village. Advances in technology increased the dynamic ways of peoples’ and goods’ mobility; hence, individuals and communities are involved in intercultural communication. These new ways of interconnectedness have broadened the traditional scope of culture into digital culture. This paper aims to discuss and share knowledge about the possibilities that digital culture provides for intercultural dialogue, and to identify examples of practices that allow for the participation of users in virtual cultural projects.
culture ; digital culture ; intercultural communication ; dialogue ; diversity