Carpenter is Professor of French and the Library Arts at Carleton College; Director of Cross-Cultural Studies
, and the Founding Director of Carleton's Center for Global and Regional Studies.
This book will also appeal to scholars and researchers in international business, cross-cultural studies
, and conflict management who seek to understand the challenges of intercultural communication and negotiation.
She was the principal author of "Female of the Species" (1975, Columbia University Press) and has also published ethnohistorical and cross-cultural studies
on foraging societies.
Most cross-cultural studies
have considered differences between Western and Eastern cultures.
The collection will be a resource for researchers, particularly those who want to conduct cross-cultural studies
because many of Rodale's international magazines had separate editorial staffs, Black said.
Continuous efforts are important because the results of cross-national and cross-cultural studies
must be grounded in sound data collection methods, which rely heavily on questionnaire translation.
The Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc., founded in 2007, is a non-profit IRS 501 (c) (3) organization that provides merit-based scholarships and offers mentoring programs for students pursuing careers in national service with a particular focus on counterintelligence, military intelligence, national security and cross-cultural studies
. The Center is veteran and minority operated and managed.
Contributors to this book include scholars in philosophy, history, economics, political science, literature, cross-cultural studies
, and postcolonial studies.
Research on technology innovation and integration for independent living environments using culture-based approaches abounds in academic and professional journals in such fields as gerontechnology, applied sociology, anthropology, gerontology, and interdisciplinary cross-cultural studies
We first review related literature on cross-cultural studies
on learning, thinking styles, and role-playing in CSCL contexts.
The five articles presented in this special section, summarized in Table 1, have extended cross-cultural studies
from the sojourners' adaptation to host society (international students in the U.S.), the sojourner's impact on the host society (Korean students' interactions with foreign English teachers in South Korea), intergroup communication (contestation of parenting styles in the U.S.), and to international communication (international adoptees and interpreters) in the globalization context.