Survival Kit for Overseas Living: For Americans Planning to Live and Work Abroad

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Mar 13, 2001 - Business & Economics - 188 pages
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For over twenty years, travelers seeking exciting and rewarding adventures abroad have looked to Bob Kohls for advice and have made Survival Kit for Overseas Living one of the most popular books ever published on crossing cultures, buying over 300,000 copies. With this new edition, sojourners about to set out to live or work overseas will soon discover why Kohls' experience and wisdom have stood the test of time.

Kohls' penetrating insights and practical strategies on how to avoid stereotypes, how to explore the mysteries of culture, and how values and different ways of thinking influence behavior make this an indispensable guide. To bridge the cultural divide-whether traveling alone or with a family, for business or education, whether staying a month or a lifetime-pack this guide first!

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A great book for anybody even thinking about traveling abroad. It helps get our American ethnocentric minds into an international mindset, changing perspectives.

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L. Robert Kohls is also the author of Learning to Think Korean and coauthor of two other titles, Developing Intercultural Awareness, with John Knight, and Training Know How for Cross-Cultural and Diversity Trainers with Herb Brussow.

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