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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With over 300,000 copies in print, Survival Kit for Overseas Living: For Americans Planning to Live and Work Abroad remains one of the most popular books ever published on an intercultural subject. This indispensable handbook provides the reader with straightforward information about the challenges of moving to a new country: culture shock, stereotyping, misperceptions, misunderstandings, and the tools needed to overcome obstacles and prepare for a rewarding and successful experience. Readers learn how to set objectives for an overseas experience, how to become foreigners with style and understanding, how to combat culture shock, and how to prepare for and deal with reentry. Written in a fast-paced format with do-it-yourself instructions, Survival Kit for Overseas Living is ideal for everyone, from businesspeople moving to Japan to college students visiting Europe for the first time.

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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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