How to Talk Nashville: A Cross-Cultural Guide for Newcomers to the American South
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: How to Talk Nashville: A Cross-Cultural ...
Editorial: Modern Piddler Publishing
Condición del libro:New
There’s something different about the American South. It’s not the ain’ts and y’alls or a special affinity for fried chicken, moonshine, and Moon Pies. What’s so different down South has to do with the way Southerners perceive, interpret, and interact with the world. How to Talk Nashville examines this region through the eyes of a cross-culturalist and discovers a people fundamentally distinct from the American archetype. Interweaving scenarios and stories with behavioral science, history and cross-cultural research, How to Talk Nashville offers an interpretation of Southern culture for both newcomer and native. If you seek a deeper awareness of life in the American South, this is your book.About the Author:
Mark Blevins lives in Nashville with his wife and three dogs. Born and raised in southern Appalachia, he has lived and traveled across the South, always pondering the many iterations of Southern culture. This is his first book.
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