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Parramatta and Hay Hearings (Or: Hold Your Head High)

When people from two, vastly different cultures meet for the first time, the results can be awkward, even volatile. Scholars have written extensively on the problem of cross-cultural communication in the business and other contexts, but it’s not too much … Continue reading

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