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Host Communication Competence and Psychological Health: A Study of Cross-cultural Adaptation of Korean Expatriate Employees in the United States*
Unformatted Document Text:  Cross-cultural Adaptation 26 emphasizing “Dos and Don’ts” in a foreign country, it is worthwhile for multinational organizations to try to thoroughly design their integrative training program by combining three communication competences. This integrative training program will provide sufficient and high-quality instruction reflecting accurate information about the society and culture and fully equip the expatriate to accommodate the cultural challenges in his international assignment. References Adelman, M. B. (1988). Cross-cultural adjustment. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 12, 183-204. Adler, N. J. (1986). International dimensions of organizational behavior. Boston: Kent Publishing. Adler, N. J. (1987). Pacific basin managers: a Gaijin, not a woman. Human Resource Management, 26, 169-191. Arthur, W. Jr., & Bennet, Winston, Jr. (1995). The international assignee: the relative importance of factors perceived to contribute to success. Personnel Psychology, 48, 99-114. Aycan, Z. (1997a). Acculturation of expatriate managers: a process model of adjustment and performance. In D. M. Saunders (Series Ed.) & Z. Aycan (Vol. Ed.), New approaches to employee management: Vol. 4. Expatriate management: Theory and research (pp. 1-40). Greenwich, CT: Jai Press,

Authors: Kim, II, Yang-Soo.
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Cross-cultural Adaptation 26
emphasizing “Dos and Don’ts” in a foreign country, it is worthwhile for multinational organizations to
try to thoroughly design their integrative training program by combining three communication
competences. This integrative training program will provide sufficient and high-quality instruction
reflecting accurate information about the society and culture and fully equip the expatriate to
accommodate the cultural challenges in his international assignment.
References
Adelman, M. B. (1988). Cross-cultural adjustment. International Journal of Intercultural
Relations, 12, 183-204.
Adler, N. J. (1986). International dimensions of organizational behavior. Boston: Kent
Publishing.
Adler, N. J. (1987). Pacific basin managers: a Gaijin, not a woman. Human Resource
Management, 26, 169-191.
Arthur, W. Jr., & Bennet, Winston, Jr. (1995). The international assignee: the relative
importance of factors perceived to contribute to success. Personnel Psychology, 48, 99-114.
Aycan, Z. (1997a). Acculturation of expatriate managers: a process model of adjustment and
performance. In D. M. Saunders (Series Ed.) & Z. Aycan (Vol. Ed.), New approaches to employee
management: Vol. 4. Expatriate management: Theory and research (pp. 1-40). Greenwich, CT: Jai Press,


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