Film, Video Mexicans and Americans: Cracking the Cultural Code
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- Mexicans and Americans: Cracking the Cultural Code
- International business executive and cultural analyst Ned Crouch discusses how Mexicans and Americans live and work together, and how this will be the big cultural story in North America in the 21st century.
- Event Date
- February 14, 2005
- - Raised in a U.S. diplomatic family in Colombia, France, Spain and Mexico, Ned Crouch speaks five languages and has spent a lifetime examining the patterns and dynamics of cultural differences. He is an international business executive and cultural analyst.
- Running Time
- 43 minutes 24 seconds
- Online Format
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