2010 Yearbook - Cross Cultural and International Business Education
Table of Contents
  • Chapter 1: Cross-Cultural and International Business Communication—Verbal
    • Tamra S. Davis, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
    • David A. Ward, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • Dawn Woodland, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Chapter 2: Cross-Cultural and International Business Communication—Nonverbal and Etiquette
    • Wayne Moore, Linda Szul, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Chapter 3: Cross-Cultural and International Business Law and Ethics
    • Faridah Awang, Lana W. Carnes, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Chapter 4: Cross-Cultural and International Information Technology and Computers
    • Jensen J. Zhao, Ball State University
  • Chapter 5: Cross-Cultural and International Financial Literacy and Accounting
    • Robert Gruber, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Chapter 6: Cross-Cultural and International Marketing
    • Joy Roach-Duncan, Murray State University
  • Chapter 7: Cross-Cultural and International Management
    • Darla Domke-Damonte, Coastal Carolina University
  • Chapter 8: Cross-Cultural and International Entrepreneurship
    • Les R. Dlabay, Lake Forest College
  • Chapter 9: Cross-Cultural and International Career Exploration and Employability Skills
    • Beryl C. McEwen, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Chapter 10: Working with English Language Learners: Teaching, Assessment, and Administrative Strategies to Effectively Meet Academic Challenges
    • Jorge Gaytan, Lisa Gueldenzoph Snyder, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Chapter 11: Bilingual Business Education/Integration with Foreign Language Programs
    • Lupe Ferran Diaz, Miami Beach Senior High School
    • Jeanne P. Friedman
  • Chapter 12: Cultural Differences in Classroom Management and Methodology
    • Margaret O'Connor, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Chapter 13: Professional Development on an International Scale
    • Robert B. Blair, Martha Balachandran, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Chapter 14: International Opportunities for Business Students
    • Peter Cardon, University of South Carolina
    • Bryan Marshall, Georgia College & State University

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