This source contains facts on the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy, and international relations of each country with which the United States has relations, as submitted by regional bureaus of the State Department.
Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts
Primary index to linguistics research.
Primary index to sociology research.
Primary index to psychology and related fields, including communication.
Primary index to communication research. Suggested search phrases: business, cultural differences, cross-cultural communication, ethnic differences, cross-cultural research, organizational communication, negotiation.
then Business & Industry
Access World News (NewsBank)
Full text information and perspectives from over 600 U.S. and over 700 international sources.
Books and Reference Works
Reference books (non-circulating):
Routledge encyclopedia of social and cultural anthropology.
Reference GN 307 .R68 2010
Countries and Their Cultures
Reference GN 307 C68 2001
Europa World Year Book
Reference Desk JN 3 .E8
Communicating globally : intercultural communication and international business.
Main Library HF5718 .C624 2007
Cultural intelligence : a guide to working with people from other cultures.
Main Library HM1211 .P47 2004
Intercultural communication and ideology .
Main Library 303.482
Working across cultures.
Main Library HM1211 .H66 2003
The cultural context in business communication.
Main Library HF5718 .N53 1998
Guide to cross-cultural communication.
Main Library GN345.6 .R49 2011
Intercultural communication: a new approach to international relations and global challenges.
Main Library GN345.6 .S23 2011
Try searching the Library Catalog using the following keywords:
international business communication*
"Business communication Cross cultural studies"
Other Online Sources
Associations can be useful sources of information from organizations involved in a business or activity. Once you find a potentially useful organization, go to the web site and see what kind of research and publications they make available.
To find an association try searching Google:
(OR must be in upper case)