A Guide to Understanding Hot and Cold Climate Cultures
By Sarah A. Lanier

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SKU:  82055d
Manufacturer Part #:  9781581582055
Author Sarah Lanier explains how cultures around the world can fit into two basic categories and how these categories differ. Whether you are a cross-cultural worker or simply live in a cross-cultural neighborhood, you'll find this book to be a valuable resource for understanding and relating to others from a different "climate".
Read about:

  • Relationship versus task orientation
  • Direct versus indirect communication
  • Individualism versus group identity
  • Inclusion versus privacy
  • Different concepts of time and planning
Pages: 128 (paperback)
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Sarah Lanier was born in the USA, and at age nine, moved with her family to the Middle East. Since 1980, she has worked with an international university. She worked interculturally in the Netherlands, Israel, Switzerland, Africa, and Chile. She has also taught and lived in the Middle East, Europe, South Asia and New Zealand. She is conversant in five languages. Sarah currently travels internationally, as a consultant and lecturer on culture, leadership conflict mediation, and team dynamics.

  • Publisher: McDougal Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781581582055
  • SKU: 82055d

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# of Ratings: 2
1. on 3/22/2011, said:
5 stars out of 5
An enjoyable, easy to read book. There are other books that go deeper into characteristics of different cultures. This is a good place to start. Learn about two cultural classifications thru the stories of the authors experiences. The differences are not judged as right or wrong, just different. In this world of ever mixing cultures, it will help you to understand your neighbors and co-workers who come from a different culture.
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2. on 1/18/2007, said:
5 stars out of 5
I really enjoyed this book. I found it very useful in discovering how to interact with people from different cultures.
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