Антиципационная состоятельность иностранных студентов в зависимости от принадлежности к культуре
The present article is an attempt to define the anticipatory competence of international students depending on their culture. The base category in our research is the idea of anticipation. Anticipation is understood as an ability of a subject to act and make decisions with a certain space-time prediction of events expected in the future. As a result of the study, significant differences in the personality-situational and temporal component of anticipatory competence were revealed. The communicative aspect of anticipation and the ability to predict situations related to communication among representatives of highly contextual and reactive cultures are less expressed than among representatives of polychronic and polyactive cultures. At the same time, the respondents belonging to the highly contextual and reactive culture are more able to predict the flow of time and accurately distribute it. Personality-situational anticipation competence is more expressed among studets from former CIS countries, and temporal – among Chinese students.