As the world gets smaller, hotter, and flatter, people from different cultures are colliding like never before:
Although each of these eight conflicts seems unique, we reveal that many stem from the same root cause: the tension between people using the independent, separate, and in-control side of their selves, versus people using the interdependent, connected, and adjusting side. We also show how people can nudge their cultures to call forth their best selves. By knowing when and how to use our different selves, we may not just survive, but thrive in the 21st century.
©2013 Hazel Rose Markus and Alana Conner (P)2013 Gildan Media LLC
"A brilliant and highly accessible exposition of new scientific findings about profound cultural differences. As the world grows smaller and flatter, the wisdom of Clash! will prove essential for effective functioning." (Richard E. Nisbett, PhD, author of Intelligence and How to Get It)
Excellent content about using the 8 cultural channels we all have in the context of independent and interdependent modes of seeing the self. Everything is logical and well organized, great examples and useful contrasts! The quality of the audible however needs some attention. There are background squeaks and noises, different sound ambience from different narrators and stumbles in the narrator's performance. Such an excellent book requires a higher quality production.
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