3 questions on "How far can participants go when doing interculturality?"

What have interculturality studies argued?
Cultural identities cannot be taken for granted and therefore, in this sense, they are neither given nor fixed. Few of them argue that cultural identities are socially constructed and entirely up to participants' orientation and negotiation.
What is the poststructuralist approach?
It seeks to frame identity as socially constructed, a self-conscious, ongoing narrative an individual performs, interprets and projects in dress, bodily movements, actions and language.
What can be negotiated by participants?
The extent of alignment or misalignment between ascription-by-others and self-orientation and the relevance of cultural memberships at a specific time in interaction.
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