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The Cultural Dimension of International Business

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Dealing with issues connected with the anthropology of business, international business, applied anthropology, international marketing, and international management, this book demonstrates how the theory and insights of cultural anthropology can positively influence the conduct of international business.
Paperback, Fifth Edition, 216 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by Prentice Hall (first published September 1st 1989)
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Emily
Apr 07, 2008 Emily rated it did not like it
Shelves: did-not-finish
I donated this book to China. Not on purpose. I also donated two jackets, a neck pillow, and a library book. Crap. I consider is a donation because I feel better about that than just losing the stuff. Also, maybe my pillow will make it to an earthquake survivor with a sore neck.

Or else, our bus driver in China is using it and also wearing my green jacket. I really liked that jacket. Also, I bought it on clearance for on $5. I hope someone makes fun of him for wearing a ladies jacket.

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Laurie
Mar 04, 2010 Laurie rated it liked it
Great topic, highly applicable and interesting. Really repetitive writing though, definitely written for the non-reader. It was interesting to analyze my own culture and compare with other cultures around the world, specifically how that affects business transactions.
Jon Terry
Jul 14, 2009 Jon Terry rated it really liked it
written by a cultural anthropologist. most of the book i found very interesting. it helped me see a little better just how much my views and way of life are based on nothing more than culture, so i'm a little better able now to look at those sorts of things more analytically.
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