Intercultural Experience in Narrative

Expatriate stories from a multicultural workplace

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This book systematically investigates intercultural experiences of Polish managers and specialists delegated by their multinational company (MNC) on an international assignment to China. The book employs narrative inquiry to explore language, intercultural communication, collaboration, learning, and expatriate adjustment in the MNC. This approach offers new insights into intercultural experiences, communication, and cultural challenges faced by an under-researched group of professionals exposed to intensive collaborations with the local managers and employees. The findings also illustrate how the expatriates learned to better navigate the multicultural and multilingual business context and what factors facilitated and inhibited their learning and adjustment. Encouraging the qualitative, context-sensitive examination of expatriate-local personnel interactions, the book will be an invaluable source for scholars and practitioners interested in, among others, novel approaches to investigating language and intercultural communication in international business, cross-cultural management, qualitative cross-cultural research, as well as for lecturers and students interested in Central Europe and China.
[Studies in Narrative, 26]  2019.  xix, 325 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
xiii
List of abbreviations
xv
List of tables
xix
List of figures
xvii
Chapter 1. Introduction: Polish expatriates in a Chinese subsidiary of a Western European MNC
2–22
Part I. Setting the research scene
26–108
Chapter 2. Expatriate-local personnel communication in the MNC
26–47
Chapter 3. Narrative approach to studying intercultural experiences
50–62
Chapter 4. Learning cultures
64–80
Chapter 5. Expatriate adjustment to the host country
82–108
Part II. Polish expatriates in the Chinese subsidiary of a Western European MNC
112–238
Chapter 6. Research design
112–130
Chapter 7. Language and intercultural communication issues
132–168
Chapter 8. Learning decision-making processes
170–191
Chapter 9. Learning local management processes and working styles of cultural others
194–238
Chapter 10. General discussion and conclusion
240–261
Appendix 1. Basic phases of narrative interview (adapted from Jovchelovitch & Bauer, 2000)
263–264
Appendix 2. Demographic questionnaire
265–266
References
267–317
Index
319
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