"This is a very engaging read filled with real-life examples that both academics and practitioners will readily enjoy, and it introduces theory so deftly and in such a down-to-earth manner that even undergraduate students won’t realize that they are learning communication theory."
"Paradoxes of Culture and Globalization belongs on the bookshelf of everyone interested in the interplay between culture and globalization. This book, as it stands, is an important contribution to the extant literature, especially for use in teaching international management. I recommend it heartily."
Presents a new way to examine culture which is more realistic.
thinking through intercultural competency in courses and for the institution. this book will be for a conflict management course.
Too high level reading for Soc 235 course.
Interesting articles but reading was too dense to parcel out particular details.
Students are demanding more graphics, visuals and less word boxes.
Thanks as always for the review copy!
Useful perspective for an upper level intercultural communication course.
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