Survival kit for overseas living: for Americans planning to live and work abroad

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Intercultural Press, Incorporated, 1984 - Social Science - 98 pages
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Review: Survival Kit for Overseas Living, 4th ed.: For Americans Planning to Live and Work Abroad

User Review  - Sarah Felix - Goodreads

Ultimate book for overseas travel, study or work. Read full review

Review: Survival Kit for Overseas Living, 4th ed.: For Americans Planning to Live and Work Abroad

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

To be fair I read an older edition so perhaps it has been improved/expanded...most of the advice seemed like common sense and directed at people who have never left the country before and/or hold some ... Read full review

Contents

So youre going overseas
1
Others have gone before
3
The stereotyped American
5
Copyright

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Kohls, cited as "America's Leading Interculturalist," is an award-winning trainer, educator, consultant, and author. Widely recognized as one of the most influential pioneers in the study of crossing cultures, he has lived, worked, and traveled in more than 90 countries. Currently Senior Associate at the San Francisco-based management consulting firm Global Vision Group, he has provided cross-cultural training to more than 60 Fortune 500 companies.

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