Travellers often underestimate the depth of cultural isolation they can face abroad, particularly in a country with a different language. To many people, Canada must seem an ‘easy’ option, with its long history of immigration, multicultural society and millions of annual visitors. However, sooner or later most newcomers find certain aspects of Canadian life alien – and some come unstuck as a result. Culture Wise Canada will help you understand Canada and its people, and adapt to the Canadian way of life. Most importantly, it will enable you to quickly feel at home.
The Culture Wise series of guides is essential reading for visitors who want to understand how a country really works. Whether you’re planning to stay for a few days or a lifetime, they will help you find you feet after arrival, settle in smoothly and integrate into your new surroundings.
Culture Wise guides reduce the anxiety factor in adapting to a foreign culture; explain how to behave in everyday situations in order to avoid cultural and social gaffes; help you get along with neighbours, make friends and establish lasting business contacts; and enhance your understanding of a country and its people.
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|Author:||Graeme Chesters & Sally Jennings|
|Published:||1st Jan 2008|
|Number of Pages:||240 Pages|
|Dimensions:||130mm W x 200mm H|