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Into Africa

A Guide to Sub-Saharan Culture and Diversity


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Into Africa by Yale Richmond
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Thorough, lively and carefully researched, Into Africa explores the complex culture of contemporary Africa, providing valuable advice to anyone working in or visiting the region. First published 11 years ago, this new and expanded edition brings readers up to date with the changes in Sub-Saharan Africa, which continues its adaptation to Western ways while retaining its cultural traditions and diversity. Among the new topics covered are changes in politics and business practises, trade with the United States and Europe, how the mobile phone has changed communication in Africa, and the continuing threat of HIV/AIDS. 'An invaluable source for anyone wanting to experience Africa. The authors begin with a subject of unimaginable scope and somehow make it concise and comprehensible.a truly magnificent work for both scholar and novice.' Warren M. Robbins, Founding Director Emeritus, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution

Author Biography

Yale Richmond is a veteran of thirty years as a cultural officer in the US Foreign Service. Richmond is also the author of several books on intercultural communication including From Nyet to Da: Understanding the Russians and From Da to Yes: Understanding the East Europeans. Phyllis Gestrin has more than twenty years of experience in African affairs and spent 19 years as a senior technical adviser with USAID, including seven years in Somalia and Zaire.
Release date Australia
January 16th, 2010
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd edition
Intercultural Press Inc
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