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Communicating Across Cultures

 Author: Stella Ting-Toomey, Tenzin Dorjee  Category: Communication  Published: 08 Oct, 2018  Get it on Amazon

Communicating Across Cultures by Stella Ting-Toomey is a foundational book about
mindful intercultural communication through the identity negotiation theory. The book applies
this theory to cross-cultural communication, conflict resolution, and cultural adaptation. Before
Ting-Toomey delves into applying the theory, she lays the foundation by defining culture, its
purpose, and some key assumptions regarding the colliding of different cultures. I found this
very helpful in codifying concepts that I had felt or was aware of but couldn’t describe, as well
as shedding light on what is happening in intercultural settings.

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