Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2002. X, 206 pp., 4 fig.
Contents: Brigitte Georgi-Findlay: Americanization and Globalization – Iris I. Varner/Teresa Palmer: Successful Intercultural
Work Teams: The Role of Human Resource Management – Ofelia Anna Palermo: Interpersonal Communication and Knowledge Management
– George G. Angelopolu: Scalable Competency in the Communication Profession – Annikki Koskensalo: The Functionality of Business
Letters in the Face of Globalisation – Birgitte Norlyk: Professional Culture and Professional Discourse – Philip Shaw/Paul
Gillaerts/J. Piet Verckens: An Empirical Investigation of the Intercultural Validity of Prescriptive Business Pragmatics –
Kathleen Vance/Dale Fitzpatrick: How to Take Part in Formal and Informal Meetings: The Language and Cultural Skills for Giving
and Receiving Information in the Workplace – Barbara A. Wilson: The Disposition to Think Critically among Business Communication
Students – Jana O’Keefe Bazzoni: Case Project Enactment Competencies: Individual and Team-Building Strategies – Uta Thürmer:
Teaching English for Business and Economics as a Foreign Special Language – Maria Teresa Zanola: How to Succeed in Business
Communication: Developing Argumentative Strategies and Dominating Persuasive Techniques – Winfried Lange: Dynamics of Functional
and Cultural Approaches in Courses for Technical Translators – Yunxia Zhu/Herbert Hildebrandt: Greek Rhetorical Theory: Linguistic
and Rhetorical Foundations of Modern Communication – Annalisa Zanola Macola: Vocal and Gesture Delivery in Business Communication:
From the Past to the Future – Carson Varner: Liberal Democracy and Business and Legal Limitations on Professional Speech –
Eva Stahlheber: Interculturally Speaking: Business Role Models across the Ages. Prestige Countries and Their Format Policies,
with Respect to Science Magazines.