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Subject:RUSSIAN / JAPANESE COMMUNICATION DIFFERENCES From:Sandra DiVitale <sdivital -at- ST6000 -dot- SCT -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 14 May 1996 21:22:23 -0400
Hi! I'm a graduate student in Technical Communication at Southern College
of Technology just outside of Atlanta, GA. I am currently researching the
differences in technical, professional (business), and visual
communications between the U.S. and two other nations: Russia and Japan.
Can anyone offer ideas about these differences, supported with actual work
examples, if possible? Logically, I have the least information on Russia.
Maybe some of you know someone who is working in an American organization
that must format technical and professional documents for the Russian market.
If so, please provide email addresses, if possible.
Thank you for your help.
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