Mindsets: The Role of Culture and Perception in International Relations

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Intercultural Press, 1997 - Political Science - 213 pages
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Glen Fisher's innovative book Mindsets: The Role of Culture and Perception in International Relations offers an insightful analysis of the roles of culture and perception in international relations. Using practical examples, Fisher offers concrete suggestions for examining international relations issues from a perspective revealing the significance of hidden forces at work in global events. Mindsets is a powerful tool for anyone—from those involved in training or an academic program to military officers addressing changing military missions to professionals pursuing foreign area specialization programs. Even to the average reader interested in international affairs.

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About the author (1997)

Dr. Glen Fisher, a sociologist and applied anthropologist, spent twenty-two years in the foreign service. He has taught at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. His previous books include Public Diplomacy and Behavioral Sciences, American Communication in a Global Society, and International Negotiation: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (also available from Intercultural Press).

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