LIVES ACROSS CULTURES SYLLABUS

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Communicating And Adapting Across Cultures Living And Working In The Global Village

Author : Riall Nolan
ISBN : 9780313371264
Genre : Social Science
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Today, more Americans than ever are going abroad to visit, work, or study. Increasingly, the ability to communicate and work in cross-cultural situations is seen as an important determinant of success in business, government, education, and the social services. Being successful depends less on what you know of a particular culture than it does on what you know about managing new cultural situations. This book provides a comprehensive and practical guide to communicating, learning, and adapting within any new cultural environment. It begins by examining what culture is and why it is important. It then goes on to outline the process of cross-cultural adjustment, and presents some highly effective tools and strategies for avoiding culture shock, while encouraging learning. Advice on learning a language, preparing for the transition, settling in, working and living overseas, and planning re-entry into U.S. culture is given. One of the book's most useful features is the presentation of a detailed plan for actually making the transition from one culture to another. It also provides a detailed chapter on re-entering the home environment, again to aid in minimizing shock and anxiety. The skills learned from this book are essential to success and can be put to use in any new culture, anywhere in the world.
Category: Social Science

The Collective Spirit Of Aging Across Cultures

Author : Halaevalu F.Ofahengaue Vakalahi
ISBN : 9789401785945
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The collective, inclusive, and intersectional framework used in this book speaks to the significance of understanding aging across diverse cultures from multiple perspectives, but still as a shared human experience. The underlying message of the book is that although we are unique and different in our aging processes, we are ultimately connected through this physical, mental and spiritual experience of aging. Thus, regardless of whether we are service providers, service recipients, educators or merely fellow human beings, it is important that we approach the aging experience through a collective lens for discovering and sharing resources as we age; honoring the past while simultaneously accepting that the future is here. A few select examples of key findings from this collaborative work are as follows. First, despite progress in the field, certain issues remain to be addressed including the challenges of racism and sexism, mistreatment, the digital divide, poverty, and other social and economic crises in urban and rural communities as they relate to our aging population. Second, the need for sustaining a sense of independence among the aged and interdependence among supportive systems is warranted. Third, our elders continue to benefit from culturally competent services community-based health interventions and social services that addresses normative and emerging challenges for them. Fourth, spirituality in both indigenous and contemporary perspectives remains important for our elders’ development and quality of life.
Category: Family & Relationships

Pastoral Counseling Across Cultures

Author : David W. Augsburger
ISBN : 0664256163
Genre : Religion
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In this book David Augsburger discusses the dynamics of pastoral care and counseling across cultural lines. Augsburger combines theology with global perspective and cultural sensitivity to posit an inclusive understanding of pastoral care. This book will be of great interest to pastoral counselors in both academic and practical contexts.
Category: Religion

Cambridge English For Schools 2 Teacher S Book

Author : Andrew Littlejohn
ISBN : 0521421780
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Aimed at young students, this comprehensive book includes an 'A-Z of Methodology' reference section. The levels 1-4 contain around 80 hours of class work depending on the various options used. The Starter level provides around 40-60 hours of class work.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Knowledge Across Cultures

Author : Comparative Education Research Centre
ISBN : 9628093738
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

Upsc Civil Services Ias Syllabus 2016 Pre Mains Exam

Author : Editorial Board
ISBN : 9789351720614
Genre : Study Aids
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Literature Across Cultures

Author : Sheena Gillespie
ISBN : 0205326986
Genre : Literature
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With classic and contemporary selections by authors from a wide range of racial and ethnic groups, "Literature Across Cultures, 5/e" introduces the reader to important literary works and helps readers explore critical themes of our times, such as gender and identity, the effects of war and violence, and many more. The 5th edition focuses on the political, social, and multicultural aspects of literary debates related to the dialectics of roots and rebellions, self and society, gender and identity, the causes and effects of war and violence as well as issues of class, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. These features have brilliantly distinguished this volume from other thematic volumes. "Literature Across Cultures, 5/e "Includes both classical and contemporary writers from diverse ethnicities and cultural backgrounds.
Category: Literature

Learning Across Cultures

Author : Gary Althen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105032699147
Genre : Multicultural education
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Woolf Across Cultures

Author : Natalya Reinhold
ISBN : 0944473695
Genre : Literary Criticism
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22 Papers from an international symposium in Moscow, 2003, that drew speakers from several countries to discuss Virginia Woolf in a global context, translation issues, and Woolf as a World Writer. This is an unprecedented look at a major writer in an international context.
Category: Literary Criticism