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Understanding Cultural Differences: Germans, French and Americans First Edition Edition
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If you want to get to the root of the differences and gain an ability to work with others of France, Germany, or Japan, I highly recommend this book.
In a perfect world I could live and work in France and Germany for a few years and see what this book is really about.
Those stereotypes in a written form are rather dangerous and hardly offer adequate preparation for anyone who plans to travel to Germany or France on business or even live there.
This is an excellent book in helping understand why those frictions exist, and how to handle them. It describes differences in our values as far as time, space, relationships, and other areas.
I have used the information in this book to help me understand both Germans, and Russians. It's been a great help.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very helpful, well laid out book. Used as reference for an intercultural communications paper.Published 15 months ago by zaysmomom
The book is dated with a copyright 1987. Many things have changed since then. Fortunately for the book, culture changes quite slowly and hence the content of the book stays... Read morePublished on October 11, 2009 by Roland A. Heinrich
The used book I ordered from this company was delivered in a week's time and was in really excellent condition.Published on September 5, 2009 by Honest Ruth
Good short summaries of the basic differences of the three peoples. Found American profile most useful insight.Published on March 11, 2009 by B. Dombrowski
The book provides excellent guidelines for Americans to compare German cultural values and behaviors against ours, but I am not sure about the French (lack of personal experience). Read morePublished on January 30, 2002