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Culture Matters the Peace Corps Cross-Cultural Workbook.pdf

Culture Matters the Peace Corps Cross-Cultural Workbook.pdf

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Culture Matters
 ThePeace CorpsCross-Cultural Workbook 
Peace Corps InformationCollection and ExchangeT0087ISBN 0-9644472-3-1
For sale by the U.S. Government Printing OfficeSuperintendent of Documents, Mail Stop: SSOP, Washington, DC 20402-9328(202) 512-1800
Culture Matters, The Peace Corps first extensive cross-cultural workbook for the volunteers,represents a major effort forward in cross-cultural training. As community involvement is alwaysimportant, there were many people who have contributed to this work.The Peace Corps acknowledges the following people in the intercultural field who kindlyresponded to our request for activities: Robert Kohls, Geert Hofstede, Ned Seelye, LaRayBarna, Michael Paige, Margaret Pusch, Diane Hofner Saphiere, Ann Wederspahn, NealGoodman, Noel Kreicker, and Pierre Corbeil, and to Intercultural Press for their permission toinclude published material.The Peace Corps would like to thank the following people who contributed, enhanced andreviewed the workbook: Raquel Aronhime, Judee Blohm, Brenda Bowman, Joe Byrnes, JohnCoyne, Doug Gilzow, Diego Hay, Lani Havens, Duane Karlen, Lee Lacy, Mary Jo Larsen,Anne Latimer, Bill Perry, Kathy Rulon, Jim Russell, and Patrick Triano; Judy Benjamin foreditorial assistance and efforts; Steve Jacobs for design and layout; Craig Storti, for reseach andwriting in collaboration with Laurette Bennhold-Samaan, Cross-Cultural Specialist.This workbook is dedicated to Peace Corps trainees and Volunteers. We hope as you read thisyou will hear your own voices, and read and write your own cross-cultural stories.The Center's Information Collection and Exchange (ICE) makes available
the strategies andtechnologies developed by Peace Corps Volunteers, their co-workers, and their counterparts todevelopment organizations and workers who might find them useful. ICE collects and reviewstraining guides, curricula, lesson plans, project reports, manuals, and other Peace Corps-generated materials developed in the field. Some materials are reprinted "as is"; others provide asource of field-based information for the production of manuals or for research in particularprogram areas. Materials that you submit to ICE become part of the Peace Corps' largercontribution to development.Information about ICE publications and services is available through
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