Modern-day Vikings: A Practical Guide to Interacting with the Swedes

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Intercultural Press, 2001 - History - 199 pages
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A window into Swedish culture, Modern Day Vikings: A Practical Guide to Interacting with the Swedes examines Sweden’s social model and underlying values. Christina Robinowitz and Lisa Carr provide a window into the Swedish heritage of self-sufficiency, fairness, egalitarianism and democracy, breaking through the stereotypes often associated with the country.

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Review: Modern-Day Vikings: A Pracical Guide to Interacting with the Swedes

User Review  - Tanya - Goodreads

Not perfect, but very interesting! Though some years old it still gives a good idea of Sweden and its ways. As a part Swede I recognise a fair amount. It is very Swedish American, though, as the ... Read full review

Review: Modern-Day Vikings: A Pracical Guide to Interacting with the Swedes

User Review  - Allison - Goodreads

This book covers all of the subtleties of Swedish culture in a very straightforward way. It's a fairly quick read. Great prep for my upcoming trip!! Read full review

About the author (2001)

Christina Johansson Robinowitz is a cross-cultural coach, trainer, and consultant. A native of Sweden and long-time resident of the United States, she works with multinational companies and international organizations, specializing in Swedish-U.S. intercultural relations.Lisa Werner Carr, an American of Swedish descent, is a professional journalist and has lived and worked in Sweden. Now based in Dallas, she is a Web content developer and contributing editor to the magazine Sweden & America.

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