Everything you need to understand or teach Beyond Culture by Edward T. Hall.
As a young man, Edward Hall worked as a construction foreman in Arizona, where he lived and worked with the Hopi Indians and later he conducted anthropological research among the Navajo Indians. During this time, he also gained firsthand experience of the Spanish American people and culture of Northern New Mexico. Hall's considerable experience of the Japanese culture came from his work as a consultant for the United States Government, where he specialized in facilitating intercultural transactions with embassy staff and in designing language learning courses for Americans working overseas and also for foreigners working in the United States. In "Beyond Culture," Hall draws on his personal, firsthand experience and quotes from material previously presented in his other publications, "The Silent Language," Doubleday & Company Inc., 1959, and "The Hidden Dimension," Doubleday & Company, 1966.
In this book, Hall introduces the highly-significant concept of man's extensions and illustrates the concept... View more of the Beyond Culture Summary
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