American Cultural Patterns: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 1991 - History - 192 pages
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This classic study has become a seminal work in the field of intercultural relations. In this edition, Stewart and Bennett focus on practical applications as well as on those dimensions of American culture critical to understanding the dynamics of American society. They analyze American cultural patterns and values in four dimensions: Form of Activity, Form of Social Relations, Perception of the World and Perception of the Self.

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Edward C. Stewart comes from a bicultural family, earned his doctorate in psychology at the University of Texas, and has taught at numerous institutions in the U.S. and abroad.Milton J. Bennett served in the Peace Corps in Micronesia, received his doctorate in communication from the University of Minnesota, and has taught communication at Portland State University. He is currently a co-director of The Intercultural Communication Institute in Portland, Oregon. He is also the author of Basic Concepts of Intercultural Communication.

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