6 edition of Cross-Cultural Conflict found in the catalog.
by InterVarsity Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||190|
Maddox, Robert C. Cross-Cultural Problems in International Business: The Role of the Cultural Integration Function ( ) Magala, S. Cross-Cultural Competence ( ) Menamparampil, Thomas The Challenge of Cultures: Cross-Cultural Relationship, Conflict, Inculturation() Olekalns, M. (). The contributors examine different theoretical concepts and approaches to conflict resolution in five different cultures - American, Arab, Asian, Latin American, and Pacific societies. The interdisciplinary study offers a broad range of vantage points for considering interpersonal, community, institutional, and national problems.
The conclusion consists of ten general rules and eight principles for dealing with cross-cultural conflict. On the whole, a book well worth reading. A Must Read for Westerners Working Outside Their Culture. Published by User, 13 years ago Before I moved to Bangkok, Thailand in to teach at an International School, friends Cited by: Prices (including delivery) for Cross-Cultural Conflict by Duane Elmer range from $ at AbeBooks up to $ ISBN:
Michael Soon Lee, DBA, is a cultural expert and author of eight books about overcoming cultural conflict including, “Cross-Cultural Selling for Dummies” and “Black Belt Negotiating”. Dr. Lee has spoken to over 1, organizations around the world such as Coca-Cola, Chevron, Boeing, State Farm Insurance, and Charles Schwab. The third section deals with the implication of cross-cultural conflict resolution to the gospel message. As Christians, our responsibility is to preach the gospel to other people which normally involves other cultures which again naturally brings out cultural tensions and conflicts.
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Product details Paperback: pages Publisher: IVP Academic; unknown edition (Decem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: out of 5 Cited by: Shelves: cross-cultural, peacemaking This is my #2 most recommended book to those who live/work cross culturally.
Elmer surveys the landscape of conflict resolution, demonstrating significant overlap between several non-Western and Biblical models.
Surprise, surprise - the American in-your-face way is not the only way/5. Professor Kevin Avruch has written a thought provoking and very useful book on the relationship between conflict resolution and culture. The author outlines how different cultures act and think when it comes to conflict and conflict by: Cross-Cultural Conflict: Building Relationships for Effective Ministry.
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This book contributes to the current knowledge and research on conflict and cross-cultural dialogue, emphasizing how respect, tolerance and dialogue may be quite effective tools for bridging the diverse cultures and, consequently, for solving many of the conflicts of today’s world, characterized by a dynamic interchange of populations with very diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
This book contributes to the current knowledge and research on conflict and cross-cultural dialogue, emphasizing how respect, tolerance and dialogue may be quite effective tools for bridging the diverse cultures and, consequently, for solving many of the conflicts of today’s world, characterized by a dynamic interchange of populations with.
Cross - Cultural Conflict: Elmer, Duane: Books - Flip to back Flip to front. Listen Playing Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition /5(18). Cross-Cultural Servanthood is a book by a missionary for missionaries.
The model Duane Elmer develops in the book is both scriptural and practical. It is also adaptable to the myriad of contexts that a missionary will encounter/5(74). This endearing and vibrant adventure through French and Indian cuisine is a testament to the cross-cultural power of food.
The quaint French Alps setting is lovely, but it is the intoxicating fumes that waft through its pages that make this book unforgettable. From a basis of self-acceptance ("Love your neighbor as yourself." Luke ), we can love others. "Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins." This love covers cross cultural conflict.
Love must operate behind any Christian ministry. Otherwise our sacrifice means nothing (1 Cor. This is a book not just of theory but of practical models for conflict resolution.
Cross-Cultural Conflict: Building Relationships for Effective Ministry () by Duane Elmer Hear about sales, receive special offers & : InterVarsity Press. He previously served as director of the PhD program in educational studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.
He has also conducted peace and reconciliation efforts in several countries. His books include Cross-Cultural Conflict, Cross-Cultural Connections, and Cross-Cultural Servanthood. The Elmers live in Winfield. His books include An Analysis of Hebrews: A Programmed Instruction, Building Relationships, With an Eye on the Future: Church and Development in the Twenty-First Century, Cross-Cultural Conflict and Cross-Cultural : InterVarsity Press.
Cross-Cultural Conflict: Building Relationships for Effective Ministry. Paperback. – 21 Dec by. Duane Elmer (Author) › Visit Amazon's Duane Elmer Page.
search results for this author. Duane Elmer (Author) out of 5 stars 14 s: In their book Making War and Peace, Michael Doyle and Nicolas Sambanis suggest that a cultural approach can confirm, rather than undermine, cross-cultural consensus on the importance of human security, human rights, development, democracy, and the rule of law.
This past weekend I read Duane Elmer’s Cross-Cultural Conflict: Building Relationships for Effective Ministry. There doesn’t seem to be a kindle version of the book, which would be a shame. The book has some great stuff and in some ways is a forerunner to the recent honor-shame “movement” in missions and Christian scholarship.
Avoid cultural conflict by avoiding stereotypes when negotiating across cultures. By Katie Shonk — on March 26th, / Conflict Resolution. After losing an important deal in India, a business negotiator learned that her counterpart felt as if she had been rushing through the talks.
The business negotiator thought she was being efficient with their time. There are numerous stories and examples from real life, showing how conflict, handled well, builds solid relationships. With an eye out for biblical principles, he looks at a variety of sticky questions in Scripture.
This is a book not just of theory, but of practical models for conflict. Finally, the book will look ahead, with an eye towards identifying and anticipating new trends and developments in the field of global negotiation.
This text will appeal to scholars and researchers in international business, cross-cultural studies, and conflict management who seek to understand the challenges of intercultural communication and.
"We live in a world of rapidly increasing cross-cultural connections, which raises the great dangers of misunderstandings, alienations and conflicts. Much has been written theoretically on how to make them constructive. By exploring cross-cultural colonial conflicts between European and Native populations through the lenses of chronology, politics, religion, and society, we can understand the breakdown of fledgling alliances and the impact of colonialist expansion on the Native American way of life.
Some cultures have a higher or lower threshold for conflict. For example, in countries such as Japan or Korea, the preference is for harmony (called wa in Japan) rather than overt conflict.  Americans and Germans have a much higher tolerance for conflict as a way of working through issues.ElmCros January, Cross-Cultural Conflict.
Building Relationships for Effective Ministry. Duane Elmer. InterVarsity Press,pp. ISBN Differences between cultures affect how people communicate with and understand others which affects how people get into conflict as well as how they resolve conflict. Attempting to resolve situations in our own 'common sense.