Relation From the Perspectives of Chinese Culture and German Culture: Cases Analysis of Networking in Germany-Funded Enterprises

Lu LIN

Abstract


Networking is an essential part of work for both the German and Chinese who serve for Germany-funded in China. In this paper, unstructured interviews will be conducted to twenty-six subjects employed by Germany-funded corporations. After a thorough analysis of their intercultural experiences, a summary of the similarities and differences of individual networking methods and strategies follows. A combination of the reasons behind strategic differences and some plausible suggestions comes as the final part. 


Keywords


Chinese and German culture; Networking; Germany-funded corporations

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Wierlacher, A. (2003). Distance and core concepts of intercultural German studies. In A. Wierlacher & A. Bogner (Eds.), A handbook of intercultural German studies (p.222). Verlag J. B. Metzler, Stuttgart.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8773

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