Living in Different Cultures by Tamar Frankel is a memoir-like collection of keen observations of global culture. Vignettes by the Israeli-born distinguished legal scholar, now 93, guide those from different cultures on how to respect each other and live in harmony.
Frankel writes from nine decades of clear-eyed observing. Born in pre-Israel Palestine on July 4, 1925, she served in the Hagenah underground defense force, graduated from law school, served in the Israeli Air Force and helped the new nation of Israel draft its first set of civil laws before moving to the United States to practice law. Becoming in 1968 the first woman on the Boston University Law School faculty, she has taught there for 50 years – with time out to help devise the internet’s legal structure and officially advise the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Part One Personal Background
Chapter 1 Palestine: Immigrants to the Land of Their Dreams
Chapter 2 Palestine 1935-1940
Chapter 3 Cultures and Values Regardless of Religion
Chapter 4 A Powerful Group Culture: Adoption Case
Chapter 5 A Culture of Protective Relationships
Chapter 6 The View and Status of Women
Chapter 7 Attitude Toward Age and Education
Chapter 8 Culture of Self-Defense: Consequences of Bringing People Together. The Haganah
Chapter 9 Army in Israel Today: Cementing Disparate Groups into a Nation
Chapter 10 National Values and Principles
Chapter 11 “Lawyering” in Mandatory Palestine
Chapter 12 A Legal System for Many Cultures: The Ministry of Justice
Chapter 13 The Air Force
Chapter 14 Facing and Reacting to Different Cultures
Chapter 15 Value and Limits of Arguments, Manners
Chapter 16Role of Music in Bringing People Together
Chapter 17 Adjusting to a New Mix of Cultures
Part Two An Israeli in America
Chapter 18 Coming to America in 1949
Chapter 19 Coming to America in 1963: Loss of Identity
Chapter 20 Living in America Permanently: How Did Life Change?
Chapter 21 Learning the Culture of Financial Institutions
Chapter 22 Being a Professional Woman in America
Chapter 23 Visiting, Advising, and Teaching in Different Countries and Cultures
Part Three Conclusions
Chapter 24 What Is Culture?
Chapter 25 Approach to Interacting with Other Cultures
Chapter 26 How Can Cultural Differences Be Managed?
Chapter 27 Achieving Change or Adaptation of a Culture
Chapter 28 Building Relationships with People of Other Cultures