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Cross Cultural Partnerships

Author : Mary T. Lederleitner
ISBN : 9780830837472
Genre : Religion
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Cross-cultural specialist Mary Lederleitner brings missiological and financial expertise to explain how global mission efforts can be funded with integrity, mutuality and transparency. Bringing together social science research, biblical principles and on-the-ground examples, she presents best practices for handling funding and finance.
Category: Religion

Cross Reach

Author : Carol Barrick
ISBN : MINN:31951D01219266G
Genre : Cross-cultural studies
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Category: Cross-cultural studies

Shared Strength

Author : Beth Birmingham
ISBN : 098411694X
Genre : Religion
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How then shall we partner? Learn how to build and sustain mutually beneficial cross-cultural partnerships among churches, parachurch organizations, and other entities around the globe.
Category: Religion

The Beauty Of Partnership

Author : Werner Mischke
ISBN : 0984812830
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Study Guide to equip individuals and small groups with the knowledge, skills and attitudes for fruitful cross-cultural relationships and partnerships
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Lessons From Cross Cultural Collaboration

Author : Eloise Hockett
ISBN : 9781532609152
Genre : Religion
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How should we positively interact with others from all types of backgrounds in ways that acknowledge God's diversity in the world? What are effective ways to engage in cross-cultural collaboration endeavors that honor and respect the culture of those involved with our efforts? The principles of cultural humility, beginning with intentional relationship building, provide a framework that can guide our cross-cultural interactions and partnerships with others both locally and globally, in ways that respect both the culture and backgrounds of others. In this book, Eloise Hockett and John Muhanji share their unique experiences of cross-cultural collaboration using the principles of cultural humility, primarily in Kenya. From Mt. Elgon, to a village in rural Kenya, to working with teachers in schools, John and Eloise describe each project through the lens and perspective of an American and a Kenyan. Within these narratives, Eloise and John also share their journey of how they learned to engage and work with one another and learn from each other. John and Eloise believe their collaborative efforts incorporating the themes of cultural humility fully demonstrate how God can work through each person regardless of their cultural background, in order to carry out His plan in the world.
Category: Religion

Performing Qualitative Cross Cultural Research

Author : Pranee Liamputtong
ISBN : 9781139487641
Genre : Social Science
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Cross-cultural research is rife with ethical and methodological challenges but, despite the increased demand for such research, discussions on 'culturally sensitive methodologies' are still largely neglected. Consequently, researchers often find themselves faced with difficulties but lack information on how to deal with them. This text provides an in-depth discussion on how to perform qualitative research in cross-cultural contexts with an emphasis on a more ethical, sensible and responsible approach. Pranee Liamputtong suggests culturally sensitive and appropriate research methods that would work well with cultural groups. She offers thought-provoking perspectives and diverse cultural examples which will be of value to both novice and experienced cross-cultural researchers. Throughout the volume there are references to the excellent work of many cross-cultural researchers who have paved the way in different social and cultural settings.
Category: Social Science

Cross Cultural Business Behavior

Author : Richard R. Gesteland
ISBN : 8763002388
Genre : Business & Economics
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The theme of this new edition of Cross-Cultural Business Behavior is CHANGE. First of all, cultures change. In markets around the world, business behavior is constantly evolving, impelled by generational shifts, improvements in education, and (especially) increasing exposure to the world marketplace. That is why all of the book's 43 'Negotiator Profiles' have been thoroughly updated, with new cases and fresh examples added. In addition to the change in culture, international managers' challenges have changed too. For example, just a few years ago, participants at global management seminars around the world were mainly interested in how to communicate and negotiate with overseas partners. But, they now find that their toughest challenges are how to manage overseas subsidiaries, strategic alliances, and international partnerships. To reflect these new realities, the book's time-tested framework for understanding cross-cultural negotiating behavior has been expanded to include a wide variety of practical pointers on managing in today's global marketplace. This fifth edition is important for everyone involved with global management, whether student or manager, because cultures and business challenges do change. The book is an essential survival guide for doing business in cultures other than one's own.
Category: Business & Economics

Cross Cultural Research With Integrity

Author : Linda Miller Cleary
ISBN : 9781137263605
Genre : Social Science
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Drawing on the experience and insights of 70 researchers across 7 countries and from a diverse range of cultures, regions and disciplines, this book explores the issues and ethics involved in cross-cultural research and how such research can be done with integrity.
Category: Social Science

The Cape Town Commitment A Confession Of Faith A Call To Action

Author : Darrell L. Bock
ISBN : 9781725248588
Genre : Religion
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The Cape Town Commitment, which arose from The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization (Cape Town, 2010), stands in the historic line of The Lausanne Covenant (1974) and The Manila Manifesto (1989). It has been translated into twenty-five languages and has commanded wide acceptance around the world. The Commitment is set in two parts. Part 1 is a Confession of Faith, crafted in the language of covenantal love. Part 2 is a Call to Action. The local church, mission agencies, special-interest groups, and Christians in the professions are all urged to find their place in its outworking. This annotated bibliography of The Cape Town Commitment, arranged by topic, has been compiled by specialists in a range of fields. As such, it is the first bibliography of its kind. - Arranged in sections for graduate-level teaching - Equally useful for research students
Category: Religion

Decolonizing Mission Partnerships

Author : Taylor Walters Denyer
ISBN : 9781725259119
Genre : Religion
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We all know that healthy partnerships are essential to fruitful boundary-crossing ministries, but how exactly do we create them? What barriers must be overcome, and what self-examination must we do? How do the legacies of colonialism, racism, and unhealed trauma impact missional collaborations today? In this doctoral thesis, Denyer reflects on these questions as she examines the history of relational dynamics between American and Congolese United Methodists in the North Katanga Conference (DR Congo). By surveying memoirs, magazines, and journals, and conducting in-depth interviews, Denyer presents a complex and multifaceted example of a partnership that is in the process of decolonizing. More than just a history lesson, Decolonizing Mission Partnerships presents the questions, hard truths, pitfalls, and toxic assumptions we must face when attempting to be in mission together.
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Cross Cultural Competence For A Twenty First Century Military

Author : Robert Greene Sands
ISBN : 9780739179604
Genre : Political Science
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Cross-Cultural Competence for a Twenty-First-Century Military: Culture, the Flipside of COIN suggests that the application of cross-cultural competence to the unique environment of expeditionary deployment through military objectives is one of the most important force enablers in today’s U.S. international security mission. This volume will make immediate and long-lasting contributions to research, learning, and policy in the Department of Defense. Its contributors are many of the leading experts and military operators in a multidisciplinary effort to prepare U.S. military and civilian personnel for expeditionary missions.
Category: Political Science

International Handbook Of Cross Cultural Counseling

Author : Lawrence H. Gerstein
ISBN : 9781412959551
Genre : Psychology
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The Handbook of International Counseling is an effort to bring together the current practices, values, attitudes and beliefs about counseling from countries around the globe. The editors have selected leading experts in the field of counseling in a wide and culturally representative group of countries hroughout the world. This book will be the first volume that undertakes such an ambitious goal in the field of counseling.
Category: Psychology

Essentials Of Cross Cultural Counseling

Author : Lawrence H. Gerstein
ISBN : 9781412999502
Genre : Social Science
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Essentials of International Cross-Cultural Counseling will be a brief, supplemental book (a derivative of the International Handbook of Cross-Cultural Counseling). The focus of this supplement is the first section of the handbook, which touches on issues, challenges, and opportunities for the counseling profession worldwide. It will be comprised of nine articles that discuss topics such as cross-cultural counseling, the counseling profession in- and outside of the United States, the theoretical and methodological issues when studying culture, and the future of cross-cultural counseling.á Each article will include discussion questions and related web links to further student comprehension of the material.
Category: Social Science

Reciprocal Learning For Cross Cultural Mathematics Education

Author : Sijia Cynthia Zhu
ISBN : 3030568377
Genre : Education
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This edited volume examines new ways of teaching mathematics through a cross-cultural reciprocal learning project between sister schools in Canada and China. Situating teacher learning in the intersection of the two different school systems, curriculums, and cultures of mathematics learning and teaching in both nations, this volume offers teachers a unique and much-needed perspective on how practices between countries become more and more likely shaped by each other in the emerging global society. Born out of a comparative study project sponsored by the SSHRC, this volume compiles five years' worth of findings from reciprocal partnerships between researchers, teachers, school administrators, and students from both nations. Through the process of reciprocal learning and narrative inquiry, the research described in these chapters illuminates the unknown and shares newly-created mathematics education knowledge.
Category: Education

A Common Mission

Author : David Wesley
ISBN : 9781630877576
Genre : Religion
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The term Ubuntu articulates an African understanding of our need to connect to one another in order to be complete. Likewise, A Common Mission offers a description of churches that connect with one another through the growing phenomenon of mission partnerships. The word "common" indicates something shared among equals. The word "common" also suggests something present in all parts of an organism, production, or narrative, such as a common thread. These two aspects of commonality provide an important orientation for contemporary mission. Since 2008, congregational partnerships emerged so quickly and spontaneously that very few researchers originally noticed this groundswell. Partnerships remain present in over 80 percent of United States mega-churches and are prominent in a large number of smaller US churches. This should not be surprising. Mission exists as an expression of the church's identity, an evangelistic expression that crosses frontiers and goes to the ends of the earth. In our globalized context, however, mission also crosses neighborhood "frontiers" to the immigrants within our own communities. Mission expresses its Christian witness as congregations love those separated from the church by ethnicity, language, sexual orientation, religion, or fear. A Common Mission provides a framework of healthy patterns for churches to live into this mission identity.
Category: Religion