Talk:Cross-cultural communication

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Deletion without comment[edit]

Someone deleted this section:

'The main theories for cross-cultural communication are based on the work done looking at value differences (or Cultural dimensions) among cultures, especially the works of Edward T. Hall, Geert Hofstede, Harry C. Triandis, Fons Trompenaars and more recently Shalom Schwartz. Clifford Geertz was also a major contributor to this field.'

I wonder why, since there is no argumentation or comment for this deletion. I think these cultural dimensions are very interesting aspects for this realm. I reinsert this section. If there is a reason not to reinstert it, it should be discussed. Otherwise it seems to be an act of vandalism. --194.114.62.65 09:32, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

Theorists[edit]

There is a long list of theorists, but very few of them have an article on WP. Please could those who know anything about the red-linked theorists start pages for them, or at least, let us know here why they should not be deleted for lack of notability? Eyedubya (talk) 08:04, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

Psychological applications[edit]

This section also mentions a lot of people by name and their theories, all of which are red-links. Apart from a copy-edit, some work is needed here to make this section worthy of inclusion in its current form - i.e. are these people notable? If so, please can we have articles about them and their work? ThanksEyedubya (talk) 08:08, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

I'm dealing with both of the issues you raised by removing all that I can identify as nn or cruft in the article. Carl.bunderson (talk) 04:48, 27 March 2008 (UTC)