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Cross-cultural technical communications: working concepts

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1 Author(s)
D. Houghton-Alico ; Tech. Inf. Associates Inc., Denver, CO, USA

Working concepts for cross-cultural technical communication are described. The purpose of these working concepts is to provide a foundation for creating an effective methodology for this type of communication. Cross-cultural technical communication is characterized by type, i.e. verbal or written, and applications, e.g. international sales or technology transfer. A strategy is presented that provides guidelines for managing a project involving cross-cultural technical communication and for identifying relevant criteria for successful communication

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Professional Communication Conference, 1988. IPCC '88 Conference Record. On the Edge: A Pacific Rim Conference on Professional Technical Communication., International

Date of Conference:

5-7 Oct 1988