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" Culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely enough what it hides, it hides most effectively from its own participants. Years of study have convinced me that the real job is not to understand foreign culture but to understand our own. "
Influences of Culture on the Style of Business Behavior Between Western and ... - Էջ 37
Andrea Baumann - 2007 - 112 էջ
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Veiled and Silenced: How Culture Shaped Sexist Theology

Alvin J. Schmidt - 1989 - 238 էջ
...pervasiveness of culture, the average citizen (in any society) rarely, if ever, is conscious of it. "Culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely...hides most effectively from its own par-ticipants." 4 Nor does seeing foreign cultural practices necessarily mean that people really notice them. 5 How...
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Understanding the USA: A Cross-cultural Perspective

Peter Funke - 1989 - 324 էջ
...relations was "to reveal the broad extent to which culture controls our lives" (p. 38) and he held already that "the real job is not to understand foreign culture but to understand our own." (p. 39) Research into intercultural communication has since been carried forward by different disciplines...
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Veiled and Silenced: How Culture Shaped Sexist Theology

Alvin J. Schmidt - 1989 - 238 էջ
...pervasiveness of culture, the average citizen (in any society) rarely, if ever, is conscious of it. "Culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely...what it hides, it hides most effectively from its own participants."4 Nor does seeing foreign cultural practices necessarily mean that people really notice...
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Implementing Differentiated Nursing Practice: Transformation by Design

JoEllen Goertz Koerner, Kathryn Linda Karpiuk - 1994 - 335 էջ
...Dakota. Culture Narcy Recker, Kathryn Linda Karpiuk, Elizabeth Hindbjorgen, and JoEllen Goertz Koerner Culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely...understand foreign culture but to understand our own. EDWARD T. HALL Culture is something that profoundly affects our actions and behaviors and yet is largely...
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Handbook of Counselling in Organizations, Volume 1

Michael Carroll, Michael Walton - 1997 - 363 էջ
...the subtleties and deeper meanings of work behaviour. McLean and Marshall refer to Hall in noting how Culture hides much more than it reveals and, strangely...understand foreign culture but to understand our own. Organizational culture is something which profoundly affects our action and yet is largely hidden from...
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Within the Circle: Parents and Children in an Arab Village

Andrea B. Rugh - 1997 - 263 էջ
...tuned to their parents' reactions or expect their parents to intervene in their affairs. ELEVEN Lessons Culture hides much more than it reveals and strangely...understand foreign culture but to understand our own. — EdwardT. Hall, The Silent Language It was my last week in Wusta and I was reluctant to go. I was...
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The Humor Prism in 20th-century America

Joseph Boskin - 1997 - 268 էջ
...affirming the existence of tacit knowledge in society is another tenet of Hall's scholarship. He noted that "culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely...understand foreign culture, but to understand our own."s Documenting areas of tacit knowledge and bringing them to the conscious awareness of their particular...
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Liberation Theologies on Shifting Grounds: A Clash of Socio-economic and ...

Georges de Schrijver - 1998 - 460 էջ
...pervasive is this conditioning that most of the time we are not aware of it. Rightly has it been said that "culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely...what it hides, it hides most effectively from its own participants"6. Although not determined by culture, we are inextricably cultural. Ethnocentricism remains...
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Roman Honor: The Fire in the Bones

Carlin A. Barton - 2001 - 326 էջ
...cornel wood, defying the animal realities of our own and other lives. In the words of Edward Hall, "Culture hides much more than it reveals, and strangely...what it hides, it hides most effectively from its own participants."8 Culture is a kind of collective lie or shared misunderstanding.9 "The function of culture,"...
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Identifying With the Organisation: A Case Study Analysis of How ...

G. Coates - 2002 - 392 էջ
...functioning and therefore its meanings, in an immediate sense (Hancock and Tyler 2001). Culture hides more than it reveals and strangely enough what it...hides most effectively from its own participants. (Hall 1959:23) This chiefly illustrates the nature of culture as something that profoundly affects...
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