Good Neighbors: Communicating with the Mexicans

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Intercultural Press, 1997 - 88 páginas
Although linked by powerful economic, political and cultural ties, the citizens of the United States and Mexico differ immensely in what they believe and how they behave. In this revised edition of Good Neighbors: Communicating with the Mexicans, John Condon sorts through these differences, blending historical facts and practical advice for U.S. citizens. Learn how people from both Mexico and the U.S. assess each other and how they differ in terms of age, gender, sense of individualism and identity, verbal and nonverbal behavior, the importance of family, the appreciation of time and more. A great primer for those communicating with Mexicans on a personal or professional level, Good Neighbors helps foster good relationships between residents on both sides of the border. Rarely do books grow in importance in their subsequent editions. John Condon's Good Neighbors is one that increases in value for our times.

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John C. Condon is a cross-cultural communication specialist who has lived in Mexico and studied Mexican culture extensively. Dr. Condon teaches at the University of New Mexico and is the author of a number of highly regarded books, including An Introduction to Intercultural Communication (with Fathi Yousef) and With Respect to the Japanese.

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