Intercultural communication: a reader
Wadsworth Pub. Co., 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 467 pages
Enhance your skills as an effective, culturally aware communicator with INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A READER (WITH INFOTRAC). You'll find articles -- some commissioned solely for this text --that discuss the classic ideas that laid the groundwork for this field, as well as those that investigate the field's latest research and ideas. This reader presents material in context so you can to read, understand and then apply the concepts to your own life to ensure that theyStrengthened by the InfoTrac online resource, this text will teach you what you need to know and help you to apply it to your own life!
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Understanding Intercultural Communication
Living in Two Cultures
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