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Professional Communication in International Settings

Author: Pan, Yuling
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Pub Date: 20/12/2001
Publisher: PRENTICE HALL
ISBN: 9780631225096
Availability: Out Of Stock
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Tutor: Richard Davie
Department: School of Language Studies & Applied Linguistics
Quick overview In today's global business environment it is necessary to communicate across cultural boundaries of languages, styles, and values. This text aims to help individuals deal with different cultural practices by developing their capacity to learn culturally appropriate behaviours and actions.
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In today's global business environment it is necessary to communicate successfully across cultural boundaries of languages, styles, and values. Professional Communication in International Settings provides a practical way to help individuals deal with a variety of cultural practices by systematically developing their own capacity to learn culturally appropriate behaviors and actions. The book uses four communicative activities; telephone calls, resumes, presentations, and meetings; to show how the rapid development of new media technologies and new contacts changes each area of professional communication. The volume presents a method for cooperative and comparative exchanges that allow organizational groups to get the information they need directly from their counterparts without lengthy training programs. Professional Communication in International Settings is a vital resource for both individuals and corporate groups looking to succeed in today's global market.

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