Cross-Cultural Communication in the Professions in Australia
| Monash University
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Series S, 7] 1990. vi, 132 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: Applied Linguistics Association of Australia
Table of Contents
ForewordAnne Pauwels | p. v
English as a lingua franca in Australia especially in industry: A first reportMichael Clyne & Martin J. Ball | pp. 1–15
‘Its all in the asking’: A perspective on problems of cross-cultural communication between native speakers of French and native speakers of Australian English in the workplaceChristine Béal | pp. 16–32
Intercultural business negotiations: The problem of norm discrepancyHelen E. Marriott | pp. 33–65
Apologizing in Chilean Spanish and Australian English: A cross-cultural perspectiveMarisa Cordella | pp. 66–92
Health professionals’ perceptions of communication difficulties in cross-cultural contextsAnne Pauwels | pp. 93–111
The clarification request as used by native and non-native speakers of EnglishTon That Tung Loc & Leonie Cottrill | pp. 112–123
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