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Understanding Cultural Differences

Understanding Cultural Differences Based on interviews with top German French and American executives and on over years of research on intercultural relations this text examines key cross cultural concepts to break through the mis

  • Title: Understanding Cultural Differences
  • Author: Edward T. Hall Mildred Reed Hall
  • ISBN: 9780933662841
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Based on interviews with top German, French and American executives and on over 30 years of research on intercultural relations, this text examines key cross cultural concepts to break through the misunderstandings and mis communication between business personnel from these and other countries.

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    1 thought on “Understanding Cultural Differences

    1. Too old, too dated. Global economy has made these observations useless in this context. I would love to see this updated without the focus on business, but on travel and experience.

    2. Edward T. Hall, the principal author, now deceased, is highly regarded in the field of semiotics (how people communicate by means other than language, e.g. behaviour). Based on interviews with German, French and American executives and on extensive research into intercultural relations, this book provides insights and practical advice on day-to-day transactions in international business. It is designed to help Americans, Germans and the French better understand one another's psychology and behav [...]

    3. This is a good one helping me to further understand what it is that I do here in Austria. Although the book does not specifically talk much about Austria, the differences in culture between the Germans (and Austrians), the French, and the Americans is really insightful. And's a good read. ;)

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