Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 7 Issue 3

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Cultural diversity in learning: developing effective learning for South Asian hospitality management students

G. Maxwell, M. Adam, J. Pooran, B. Scott

Focuses on issues of pedagogy among South Asian students studying undergraduate hospitality at Glasgow Caledonian University. Discusses learning adjustment in terms of…

Psychological barriers to international adjustment: North American vs. Western European business expatriates in China

Jan Selmer

Presents the finding of a mail survey of expatriate managers working in China, mainly from the USA, France, Germany, Australia and the UK. Examines two sets of…

Cross‐cultural perspectives for quality training

Joyce L. Grahn, David X. Swenson

Suggests ways to improve the quality of cross‐cultural training by the analysis of needs within expatriates. Identifies the countries for this training and matches the…

Do feminine cultures really behave more feminine than masculine cultures? A comparison of 48 countries femininity‐masculinity ranking to their UN human development rankings

Carl A. Rodrigues, Harvey Blumberg

Do feminine cultures really behave more feminine than masculine cultures?. A comparison of 48 countries femininity‐masculineity ranking to their UN human development…

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1352-7606

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1994 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited