Tag Archives: Cross-Cultural

Encountering the Other

I like people. I like observing their actions, listening to their speech, watching their eyes. When I observe without interacting, it feels safe. And a little powerful. But when I am at the mercy of a social encounter, my perspective … Continue reading

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Cross-Cultural Connections

By Duane Elmer, IVP Academic, 2002 Reviewed by Dr. Annette R. Harrison, Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies A book about connections implies differences, and the word “cross-cultural” in the title creates the impression that this book applies only to individuals … Continue reading

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