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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Sands, Robert Greene, 1957-
Cross-cultural competence for a twenty-first-century military
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Greene Sands; Allison Greene-Sands
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||LIST OF TABLES LIST OF FIGURES FOREWORD Kerry Fosher PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS SECTION ONE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT Section Introduction Robert R. Greene Sands Allison Greene-Sands 1: Why Cross-cultural Competence? Robert R. Greene Sands 2: The Historical Development of Cross-cultural Competence Allison Abbe 3: A Developmental Model for Cross-cultural Competence Patrice Reid Felicia Kaloydis Mary Margaret Suddith Allison Greene-Sands 4: Institutionalizing Cross-cultural Competence in Department of Defense Policy Allison Greene-Sands SECTION TWO THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE Section Introduction Robert R. Greene Sands Allison Greene-Sands 5: COIN and Beyond81 Robert R. Greene Sands 6: Cross-cultural Competence is Not Always Intuitive Lieutenant Colonel Donald Snedeker (US Army, Retired) 7: Why Cross-cultural Competence is in the Tool Kit for Foreign Area Officers Colonel Humberto Rodriguez (US Army, Retired) 8: Cross-cultural Competence and Civil-Military Operations Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Terlizzi (USMC, Retired) SECTION THREE RESEARCH TRENDS IN CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE Section Introduction Allison Greene-Sands Robert R. Greene Sands 9: Instrumentation Challenges in Developing Cross-cultural Competence Models Marinus van Driel William K. Gabrenya 10: Developing Cross-cultural Competence Following Negative Cross-Cultural Experiences Jessica Gallus Jennifer Klafehn 11: Complications in Cross-cultural Communications: Using Interpreters Aimee Vieira 12: Cross-cultural Influence and the Advising Mission: Empirical Findings and the Way Ahead Michelle Ramsden Zbylut SECTION FOUR EDUCATING AND TRAINING IN 3C Section Introduction Robert R. Greene Sands Allison Greene-Sands 13: Cross-cultural Communication Contributions to Professional Military Education: A Distance Learning Case Study Lauren Mackenzie Megan Wallace 14: Cross-cultural Competence in the Classroom: Measuring Instructional Effectiveness Katie Gunther 15: Where's the "So What?": Educating and training culture in the Marine Corps Paula Holmes-Eber 16: Cross-cultural Competence plus Language: Capturing the Essence of Intercultural Communication Catherine Ingold SECTION FIVE CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE AS ENABLER Section Introduction Allison Greene-Sands Robert R. Greene Sands 17: Cross-Cultural Competence as a Critical Enabler for Security Force Assistance Missions Amy Alrich 18: Raumschach Negotiations Colonel Stefan Eisen (USAF, Retired) 19: Diversity and Cross-cultural Competence Kizzy Parks Christoper Butts Bianca Trejo Daniel P. McDonald INDEX ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS|
|Responsibility:||Robert Greene Sands and Allison Greene-Sands.|
Cross-Cultural Competence for a Twenty-First-Century Military: Culture, the Flipside of COIN is a must-read for anyone engaged in national security efforts, especially for those in the military. This
- Military education -- United States.
- Intercultural communication -- United States.
- Cultural competence -- United States.
- United States -- Armed Forces -- Foreign service.
- HISTORY / Military / Other
- TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Military Science
- Armed Forces -- Foreign service.
- Cultural competence.
- Intercultural communication.
- Military education.
- United States.