Intercultural Communication and Tolerance in Public Service

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The author maintains that developing tolerance and intercultural communication within the new generation of public servants is a basis for political stability and demonstrates different approaches to the concepts as factors of forming professional competences of public servants.


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I B Veselov

Kaluga state university

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Email: priem@tksu.ru

Кафедра психологии и акмеологии; Калужский государственный университет имени К.Э. Циолковского; Kaluga state university

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