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Crossing Cultural Roads: Stories of the Balkans and the Scythians By Marija Makeska
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Myths and stories told visually through painting and other mediums about the Balkans and the Scythians. All profits will proceed to the Macedonian Arts and Sciences Fund.
Crossing Cultures: in English et en français By Lynne Breakstone, Nicole Jouane
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Fifty years ago, in the early 1960’s, two women set off in opposite directions to cross the Atlantic to spend a year living in a foreign country – France and the United States – and... More > mastering a foreign language – French and English. Crossing Cultures in English et en français tells their story in both languages. Lynne Breakstone was one of the first American Junior-Year-Abroad participants while Nicole Jouane served for a year as a teaching assistant and resident native speaker in a college’s French House. Although their experiences differed greatly, they both shared in the delight as well as the difficulties of having to decipher behaviors and customs that were at times confusing, strange, and mysterious. Anyone who has spent time in a foreign country having to communicate in a foreign language will find pleasure in these two memoirs of such an experience in the pre-Internet era.< Less
Cultural Challenges By JIE ZHANG
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The Chinese culture and German culture all have a certain influence on other countries in the world, when the work is out of a regional restriction, culture will influence on each worker, every... More > culture has positive energy and negative energy, this energy will affect everyone, when you feel it, how to deal with cultural differences and promote culture playing a positive energy which is benefit to more and more people is worth exploring. This book told readers which things must be adhered to and abandoned through the success and failure of cross-cultural project, something will make culture full of vitality, if you know more, you will gain greater development.< Less
The Cross Section By Yuhee Chung
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This is a book with academic journals from University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Undergraduate Scandinavian Studies and University of Illinois Urbana Champaign senior graphic designers designed the... More > layout by each person.< Less
Cross the Viaduct By Krystyna Rodriguez
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It’s Milwaukee, it’s the 60’s, and this segregated city is about to blow. Jozef Miszewski, a union organizer, has always taught his family to fight for justice but he has no idea... More > his daughter Lila is getting mixed up with Father Groppi and those rabble-rousers from St. Boniface who are planning to march across town to Kosciusko Park. It’s Milwaukee, it’s the 60s and parents can’t rely on internet searches, cell phones or emails to keep tabs on their kids. Secrets are easily hidden and the Miszewski kids are pros, especially the youngest, Kazia, who learns how to cover her tracks when she crosses the viaduct.< Less
Cross Cultural Skills Training: Equipping for Multicultural Relationships and Teamwork By Kinoti Meme
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This participatory training material is designed as a comprehensive program to introduce multicultural skills necessary in today’s fast changing workplace. It explores the underlying issues of... More > culture and cross-cultural relations in a work team. The training also provides tools for harnessing cooperation and for managing conflicts within a multicultural team. A supplementary participants' workbook is also available.< Less
Cross Cultural Skills Training: Equipping for Multicultural Relationships and Teamwork By Kinoti Meme
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This participatory training material is designed as a comprehensive program to introduce multicultural skills necessary in today’s fast changing workplace. It explores the underlying issues of... More > culture and cross-cultural relations in a work team. The training also provides tools for harnessing cooperation and for managing conflicts within a multicultural team. A supplementary participants' workbook is also available.< Less
WATU: Comic Cross-Cultural Clashes from Africa By J. R. Clair
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WATU is Swahili for "people." These 24 unbelievably funny short stories about cross-cultural life in East Africa were written by a Westerner working in His Majesty's Foreign Service who has... More > lived there for 33 years. The book relates various clashes between the author’s Western culture of birth and his African culture of choice. This clash of cultures can often be quite funny, depending on one’s perspective. Within these pages you’ll read about the man who drank tea with ghosts and the baby who could type a letter, as well as see the bride who was sold for 168 cows. You’ll also learn why African women want to be fat, and you'll discover how the roads are controlled by sleeping policemen. These true stories will provide you with many laughs, as well as give you an appreciation of life in a totally different culture. So read, laugh and learn. If we make an effort to see things from the other person’s perspective, we’ll make the world a better place for us all.< Less
WATU: Comic Cross-Cultural Clashes from Africa By J. R. Clair
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WATU is Swahili for "people." These 24 unbelievably funny short stories about cross-cultural life in East Africa were written by a Westerner working in His Majesty's Foreign Service who has... More > lived there for 33 years. The book relates various clashes between the author’s Western culture of birth and his African culture of choice. This clash of cultures can often be quite funny, depending on one’s perspective. Within these pages you’ll read about the man who drank tea with ghosts and the baby who could type a letter, as well as see the bride who was sold for 168 cows. You’ll also learn why African women want to be fat, and you'll discover how the roads are controlled by sleeping policemen. These true stories will provide you with many laughs, as well as give you an appreciation of life in a totally different culture. So read, laugh and learn. If we make an effort to see things from the other person’s perspective, we’ll make the world a better place for us all.< Less
Crossing Paths...Cultural Surprises in a Global World. By ROSAYE Jean-Yves
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If there are lots of models in business, only a few are useful as they must stretch to core human values. With cultural differences, quality in society for example becomes prodigiously versatile as... More > it embraces many shades of meaning. As an image, if two railroads seem to join on the horizon, this is only but an illusion. However, this is possible to shift from one culture to the other. From many path crossings, surprises arise and this is about a journey in Europe, America, Asia, and above all Japan to unravel truths of a global world.< Less