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Negotiating Culture

Moving, Mixing and Memory in Contemporary Europe (European Studies in Culture and Policy)

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Published by Lit Verlag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social & cultural anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • New Age / Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • Sociology,
  • Europe,
  • General,
  • Anthropology - Cultural

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsReginald Byron (Editor), Ullrich Kockel (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8947578M
    ISBN 103825884104
    ISBN 109783825884109


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African Diaspora Identities: Negotiating Culture in Transnational Migration is a fascinating and groundbreaking discussion of contemporary African migration as one of the major challenges faced by postcolonial African states.

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The book is organized into pairs of chapters, one chapter on negotiation theory and research in a particular realm (cognition, emotion, motivation, communication, dispute resolution, social context, justice, mediation, tech-nology, social dilemmas) and the other on the impact of culture on that realm.

NEGOTIATING OWNDERSHIP CLAIMS Changing Attitudes toward Cultural Property Laetitia La Follette 1 Part I CONTESTED PHYSICAL CULTURE 1. THE POLITICS OF ARCHAEOLOGY Heritage, Ownership, and Repatriation Joe Watkins 15 2.

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While the book is still a very useful read, the reader should be aware that negotiation theory has not remained static/5(13). Book Description. Understanding Intercultural Communication provides a practical framework to help readers to understand intercultural communication and to solve intercultural problems.

Each chapter exemplifies the everyday intercultural through ethnographic narratives in which people make sense of each other in home, work and study locations. Rival claims of ownership or control over various aspects of culture are a regular feature of our twenty-first-century world.

Such debates are shaping disciplines as diverse as anthropology and archaeology, art history and museum studies, linguistics and by: 2. Culture-along with many other variables-often affects international negotiations. Culture and Negotiation offers a unique contribution by focusing on the distinctive impact of culture, both in creating unexpected opportunities for dispute settlement and in imposing obstacle to agreement.

Part I presents expert views on the nature and limits of culture's influence on negotiation. "Negotiating Culture and Human Rights" provides a new interdisciplinary approach to issues of cultural values and universal human rights. Central to the discussion is the "Asian values debate, " so named because of the culturally relativist ideals embraced by some key Asian governments.

Contact: Meaghan Pierannunzi, USIP Press ; [email protected] 1. What is the Cross-Cultural Negotiation project and series. In the early s, the United States Institute of Peace initiated a series of conceptual and country-specific assessments on the theme of cross-cultural negotiating (CCN) behavior.

In addition to the present volume, twelve book-length studies have since. Negotiating History and Culture. By Maria Couroucli, Tchavdar Marinov.

Paperback $ Hardback $ eBook $ ISBN Published Decem by Routledge Book Description. This volume deals with the relation between heritage, history and politics in the Balkans. Contributions examine diverse ways in which. In the global marketplace, negotiation frequently takes place across cultural boundaries, yet negotiation theory has traditionally been grounded in Western culture.

This book, which provides an in-depth review of the field of negotiation theory, expands current thinking to include cross-cultural perspectives.4/5(2). Answer: When negotiating with foreign suppliers, you’ll confront a variety of obstacles, such as unfamiliar laws, ideologies, and government s, that are usually absent from negotiations with U.S.

suppliers. One particular obstacle that almost always complicates international negotiations is the cultural differences between the two sides. Culture consists of the socially transmitted behavior. "Negotiating Culture and Human Rights provides a new interdisciplinary approach to issues of cultural values and universal human rights.

Central to the discussion is the "Asian values debate," so named because of the culturally relativist ideals embraced by some key Asian governments. Paperback. International Public Relations: Negotiating Culture, Identity, and Power offers an innovative critical approach to international public relations theory and practice.

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now published in the book, Perspectives on political communication in Africa by Palgrave. Negotiating a Grammar of Culture. Understanding Intercultural Communication. Underpinned by a grammar of culture developed by the author, this book addresses key issues in intercultural communication, including: the positive contribution of Cited by: The book proposes models for thinking about ownership and intellectual property centered on collaboration, dialogue, and conciliation.

To various practitioners of public, or community, archaeology these are not novel concepts (see Wobst [ch. 5]), but this volume presents new ways of thinking about negotiating over things (culture).

International Public Relations: Negotiating Culture, Identity, and Power offers the first critical-cultural approach to international public relations theory. Curtin serves on the editorial boards of two public relations journals and as book review editor for Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

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This book successfully brings negotiation and leadership together for the first time, building separate insights about them into practical, applied lessons and tools that can be used immediately.

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The most important values to Americans are freedom and independence. To the Japanese it’s about belonging and group harmony, and Arabs place their family situation first. Whilst there’s much to recommend all of these values, attempting to negotiate between parties from these different contrasting cultures is likely to be.