The purpose of this paper is to examine cultural effects on interactions within a Canadian MBA programme delivered in Iran. The analysis helps illuminate some of the important cultural differences between the countries and their importance for international education. The study also illustrates how single cause explanations often provide simplistic interpretations of culturally influenced behaviours. Results indicate that underlying cultural differences create issues for teaching and learning, but that their impact is subtle and complex.

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Keywords business education, Cross-cultural education, cultural dimensions, Iran
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1080/14675986.2018.1540109
Journal Intercultural Education
Citation
Cray, D, McKay, R, & Mittelman, R. (Robert). (2019). Teaching in Iran: culture and consequences. Intercultural Education. doi:10.1080/14675986.2018.1540109