The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is Russian-American communication.
· Epshtein, M., Vladiv-Glover, S., Genis, A., and Epstein, M. (1999). Russian postmodernism: New Perspectives on late Soviet and post-Soviet literature. Berghahn Books.
· Puffer, S. M. (1996). Business and management in Russia. Edward Elgar.
· Stephan, W. G., and Abalkina-Paap, M. (1996). Russia and the West: Intercultural relations. In D. Landis and R. S. Bhagat (eds.), Handbook of intercultural training (2nd ed., pp. 366-382). Sage.
· Richmond, Y. (1996). From Nyet to Da: Understanding the Russians. Intercultural Press.
· Puffer, S. M., and McCarthy, D. J. (1995). Finding common ground in Russian and American business ethics. California Management Review, 37(2), 29-46.
· Berry, E. E., and Miller-Pogacar, A. (1995). Reentering the sign: Articulating new Russian culture. University of Michigan Press.
· Epstein, M. N., and Miller-Pogacar, A. (1995). After the future: The paradoxes of postmodernism and contemporary Russian culture. University of Massachussetts Press.
· Puffer, S. M. (1992). The Russian management revolution: Preparing managers for the market economy. M. E. Sharpe.
· Smith, H. (1990). The new Russians. Avon Books.
· Smith, R. F. (1989). Negotiating with the Soviets. Indiana University Press.
· Stewart, E. C., and Bennett, M. J. (1991). American cultural patterns: A cross-cultural perspective. Intercultural Press.
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