By James A R Nafziger; Robert K Paterson; Alison Dundes Renteln
"A detailed choice of fabrics and observation on cultural legislation that demonstrates the truth and efficacy of comparative, overseas, and indigenous legislation and felony practices within the dynamic context of culture-related issues"--Provided via publisher.
"Cultural legislation is a brand new and interesting box of research and perform. The center subject matters of linguistic and different cultural rights, cultural historical past, conventional crafts and information, the acting arts, activities, and faith are of primary value to humans worldwide, enticing them on the grass roots and sometimes commanding their day-by-day recognition. The similar criminal tactics are either major and intricate. This special selection of fabrics and statement on cultural legislations covers a extensive variety of topics. commencing chapters discover severe matters concerning cultural actions, artifacts, and standing in addition to the basic recommendations of tradition and legislations. next chapters learn the dynamic interaction of legislations and tradition with recognize to every of the center issues. The fabrics display the truth and efficacy of comparative, overseas, and indigenous legislation and criminal practices within the dynamic context of culture-related concerns. during the booklet, those matters are awarded at a number of degrees of criminal authority: foreign, nationwide, and subnational"--Provided via publisher. Read more...
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This alternative model, associated with a nonverbal, implicit, high-context style of communication, predominates in interdependent societies that display a collectivistic, rather than individualistic, ethos. This paradigm was found to mark the negotiating behavior 20 Cultural Law: An Introduction of the non-Western states examined. In contrast to the results-oriented American model, it declines to view the immediate issue in isolation; lays particular stress on long-term and affective aspects of the relationship between the parties; is preoccupied with considerations of symbolism, status, and face; and draws on highly developed communication strategies for evading confrontation.
Given the cultural traps identified in the foregoing commentary, why wouldn’t it be best for cross-cultural negotiators simply to acknowledge their cultural differences and ask each other to be tolerant? From what you have read, would that overcome the risk of unintended offense? 2. The Chow and Schoenbaum article underscores the significance for lawyers of cultural differences in planning transactions and negotiating agreements. The authors summarize certain prevalent cultural categories: individualism versus collectivism, egalitarianism versus hierarchy, and low-context- versus high-contextcommunications cultures.
In modern East Asian business culture, negotiation approaches are rooted in certain Chinese thoughts and studies dating back more than two thousand years. The negotiation styles of the modern East Asians are largely found in The Art of War, a book on military strategy and tactics written by Sun Tzu about two thousand five hundred years ago. As such, before using the typical American negotiation methods when dealing with East Asians, like “problem solving” or “cooperative negotiation,” or “adversarial” or “competitive negotiation,” Americans should understand the traditional influences behind the East Asian negotiation practices.
Cultural law : international, comparative, and indigenous by James A R Nafziger; Robert K Paterson; Alison Dundes Renteln