In Someone Else's Shoes by Joseph Assaf

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In Someone Else s Shoes is essentially about communicating effectively in a multicultural world. The content of the book journeys through spheres of marketing, citizenship, culture and diversity, cultural identity, the legal system, crime and punishment and how these can be integrated to orchestrate a harmonious multicultural society. Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, stated it in itself is a story which I think speaks to the heart of Australia... In Someone Else s Shoes is a great story writ large about the lives of so many people who have come to this country from afar and made this country great From a kaleidoscope of cultural influences, Joseph Assaf has had a significant impact on the landscape of multiculturalism. From Joseph s extensive experience of presenting papers and addressing conferences to many public, private, national and international institutions on multicultural communication, he has brought together the essence of communicating effectively in a multicultural world into one book. Joseph challenges the reader s approach to diversity, encouraging inclusiveness and a willingness to engage with other cultures. Joseph appeals to the reader to confront the frequently held yet misguided concepts of multiculturalism, in attempt to break down stereotypes and build bridges for the sake of prosperity, growth and harmony.

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Published January 14, 2013 by Jascom International Pty Ltd. 239 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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