Yochanan Altman, Sorbonne Universites/ Pantheon-Assas and BEM Bordeaux Management SchoolFollow
Michael Berry, Turku School of Economics, FinlandFollow
Paul R. Cerotti, RMIT University, Melbourne, AustraliaFollow
Claire Davison, RMIT University, Melbourne, AustraliaFollow
Martin J. Gannon, California State University, San MarcosFollow
Tine Koehler, University of Melbourne, AustraliaFollow
Christine Nielsen, University of Baltimore, MarylandFollow
Rajnandi Pillai, California State University, San MarcosFollow
Lawrence C. Rhyne, San Diego State UniversityFollow
Carl A. Scheraga, Fairfield University, ConnecticutFollow
This article consists of eight “mini-articles,” which describe how each author or authors employ cultural metaphors and/or cross-cultural paradoxes in their classrooms (see also the article “Cultural metaphors and cross-cultural paradoxes” in unit 7.1).
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Application of Cultural Metaphors and Cross-Cultural Paradoxes in the Classroom.
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