The Art of Crossing Cultures

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Intercultural Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 153 pages
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This text provides an analysis of the personal challenges inherent in cross-cultural experience. The author weaves the perceptions of an assortment of the world's great writers and literature into his comments. He examines the differences one encounters in living in another culture which cause some form of counterproductive psychological reaction. This text should help the reader to anticipate differences and master alternative reactions to enable cross-cultural adaptation.

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User Review  - Robin - Goodreads

Excellent book for study abroad participants and host families alike. Read full review

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User Review  - Darcey - Goodreads

A helpful - but short! - guide on intercultural communication. Some helpful tips, but the last 1/4 of the book seemed to be filled with appendices, quotes, and references... I was hoping for more meat on these bones. Read full review

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Craig Storti is founder and director of Communication Across Cultures, A Washington, DC-based intercultural communication and training consulting firm. A former Peace Corps volunteer, he is the author of many best-selling book on the cross-cultural experience.

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