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Ghana - Culture Smart!
Ghana - Culture Smart!

Ghana - Culture Smart!

The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture

Culture Smart!

TRAVEL

200 Pages, 4.25 x 6.75

Formats: Trade Paper, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

Trade Paper, $12.99 (US $12.99) (CA $17.99)

Publication Date: March 2021

ISBN 9781787022720

Rights: WOR

Kuperard (Mar 2021)

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Overview

Don't just see the sights—get to know the people. Ghana is among the friendliest and safest countries in Africa. Visitors are warmly welcomed but are expected to be sympathetic to local customs and beliefs, and to follow certain codes of conduct.   Culture Smart! Ghana describes the complexities and nuances of Ghanaian society with clarity and humor, and offers the reader an opportunity to get to know Ghanaians on their own terms, and to enjoy all that this beautiful country has to offer.Have a richer and more meaningful experience abroad through a better understanding of the local culture. Chapters on history, values, attitudes, and traditions will help you to better understand your hosts, while tips on etiquette and communicating will help you to navigate unfamiliar situations and avoid faux pas.

Reviews

"Culture Smart! has come to the rescue of hapless travellers."—Sunday Times Travel

"...the perfect introduction to the weird, wonderful and downright odd quirks and customs of various countries." —Global Travel

"...full of fascinating, as well as common sense, tips to help you avoid embarrassing faux pas." —Observer

"...as useful as they are entertaining."—Easy Jet Magazine

"...offer glimpses into the psyche of a faraway world."—New York Times

Author Biography

Ian Utely worked in education in Ghana for many years, published a book for learners of the Twi language, was a columnist for the Ghanaian newspaper Weekend World, and was an advisor to the Ministry of Tourism and Diaspora Relations in Accra. He has also organized cultural, ecotourism, and language-learning activities for foreigners there.