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Americans at Work: A Cultural Guide to the Can-Do People
Americans at Work: A Cultural Guide to the Can-Do People
Whether you work with Americans face-to-face, communicate with them via telephone or e-mail, or interact together in a virtual team, this book reveals the subtle and not-so-subtle aspects of American culture in the workplace.

Best-selling author Craig Storti provides historical perspectives and explanations of the six most important...

When In Rome, Or Rio, Or Riyadh...: Cultural Q&A's For Successful Business Behavior Around The World
When In Rome, Or Rio, Or Riyadh...: Cultural Q&A's For Successful Business Behavior Around The World
The author of this text coaches the business traveler on important cultural issues that can easily go awry: getting acquainted, making a good impression, eating and drinking together, discussing ethics and politics in the workplace, and much more.

For nearly twenty years, Gwyneth Olofsson has been helping people avoid the cultural gaffes
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The Cultural Imperative: Global Trends in the 21st Century
The Cultural Imperative: Global Trends in the 21st Century

Will the tidal wave of globalization lead us to a bland and uniform cultural landscape dominated by a unified cultural perspective? Will cultural imperialism triumph in the twenty-first century? Or will the cultural imperative that drives human behavior through religion, language, geography and history maintain its influence on the human...

GenXpat: The Young Professional's Guide To Making A Successful Life Abroad
GenXpat: The Young Professional's Guide To Making A Successful Life Abroad
"The first book to deal specifically with the 'GenXpat' generation - the 25-39 age group that typically sets off for the expatriate life when career is their primary consideration. This is my kind of book - it's informative, practical, and you get a real sense that the author knows what she is talking about." Ian Burns of Blackwell's...
Reading Between the Signs: Intercultural Communication for Sign Language Interpreters 2nd Edition
Reading Between the Signs: Intercultural Communication for Sign Language Interpreters 2nd Edition
Ann Mindess examines a culture not widely understood - American deaf culture. Collectivist and high-context, it contrasts with mainstream individualistic, low-context American culture. Both cultures are examined and the interpreter's role and responsibilities are discussed.

This book provides us with a penetrating look at a subject that,
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Reading Between the Signs: A Cultural Guide for Sign Language Students and Interpreters
Reading Between the Signs: A Cultural Guide for Sign Language Students and Interpreters
Each of us carries around a type of “baggage” that cannot be checked at the airport. Because it is invisible, we may not even be aware of its existence. What does this set of hidden luggage contain? Our cultural inheritance of values, attitudes, and beliefs, which, although we may not want to admit it, still infl uences our daily...
   
   
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