Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research responds to the challenges of globalisation, migration and growing cultural diversity through sound theory and research.

We are part of the School of Psychology at Victoria University and offer postgraduate degrees in cross-cultural psychology. Our members are leading New Zealand diversity researchers, and we maintain close ties to international researchers at the highest levels.             CACR brochure

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4 November 2014 'New Zealand Identities' now published as ebook
In this book, the Centre for Applied Cross-cultural Research brings together fifteen writers to examine issues of identity as both a departing point and destination. Read more
21 October 2014 VACANCY: Lecturer in Cross-cultural Psychology (Fixed Term)
The School of Psychology is seeking to make a fixed term appointment at the Lecturer level in cultural, cross-cultural or indigenous psychology. Read more
28 July 2014 Colleen Ward becomes Honorary Fellow of the IACCP
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Research Summaries

Our 1-page research summaries are quick and easy ways to synthesise our cross-cultural research.

You can access them here.

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Online Surveys 

We need you for our research!

Are you a Kiwi ex-pat, an international student living in New Zealand or keen to help CACR's research on intercultural effectiveness? We need you to complete our surveys. Read more »