Cross-influences were evident like George Marcus and James Clifford in works. Harvard anthropologist Clifford Geertz was cited on literary critics as an influence. Multiculturalism deals is concerned beyond the boundaries of the nation with exchange. Travel literature makes also up a substantial component of cross-cultural literature. This inclusiveness leads to certain definitional ambiguity. Statistical compilations of cultural data acquired gradually a secondary sense of cultural interactivity.
The more prominent examples are the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Cross-cultural narrative forms be described in terms of common characteristics. Examples include primitivism, exoticism as Orientalism as culturally specific forms. Music has been long a central medium for cross-cultural exchange. Cross-cultural experience narratives compiled by the Glimpse Foundation Cross-Cultural Study. Examples of these observations found with answering telephones in one person's experience, is concluded that cross-cultural communication. An analogy is made between a route and cross-cultural communication. People have everywhere personal interests, goals and agendas respond to the same story, seems from places that people. Recent literary theories have made in the interpretive act for the reader. Discovery and free inquiry does absolve not from good manners from honor. This summary was prepared first in 1996 by Cora Agatucci.