For this blog post, summarize one of the articles below.. Be sure that you provide the APA reference for the article you located. Your post may take the form of an annotate bibliography. You must write at least 50 words
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7Weber, G. (1997). Top languages: The worlds 10 most influential languages. Language Today, 3, 1218. Available at: www2.ignatius.edu/faculty/turner/languages.htm.
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11Graddol, D. (2008). English Next: Why Global English May Mean the End of English as a Foreign Language. British Council. Available at: www.britishcouncil.org; . (2001). Multilingual website widens the way to a new online world. Financial Times, February 7, 1; . (2007). Internet World Users by Language. Internet World Statistics, June 20. Miniwatts Marketing Group. Available at: www.internetworldstats.com/stats7.htm.
12Fox, J. (2000). The triumph of English. Fortune, September 18, 209212; Graddol, D. (2008). English Next: Why Global English May Mean the End of English as a Foreign Language. British Council. Available at: www.britishcouncil.org; Song, J.?A. (2008). South Koreans step up to learn English. Financial Times, April 3, 19; Boone, J. (2006). Native English speakers face being crowded out of market. Financial Times, February 15, 8; . (2001). English is still on the march. The Economist, February 24, 5051; Tietze, S. (2008). International Management and Language. New York, NY: Routledge. See also Charles, M. (2007). Language matters in global communication. Journal of Business Communication, 44, 260282.
13Weber, G. (1997). Top languages: The worlds 10 most influential languages. Language Today, 3, 1218. Available at: www2.ignatius.edu/faculty/turner/languages.htm.
16This box is based on the following articles: Matsutani, M. (2010). Rakuten to hold all formal internal meetings in English. Japan Times Online, May 18. Available at: http://search.japantimes.co.jp; Wakabayashi, D. (2010). English gets the last word in Japan. Wall Street Journal, August 6, B1, B2; Matsutani, M. (2010). Rakutens all-English edict a bold move, but risky too. Japan Times Online, July 16. Available at: http://search.japantimes.co.jp.
19Barnes, W. (2008). Tricky feats of cross-cultural communication. Financial Times, August 7, 18; Flintoff, J.?P. (2001). Sayonara to ceremony: The Japanese are having to learn to be more rude and are using English to help them. Financial Times, May 5, 1. See also the following website for case study examples of similar problems experienced by many other companies: www.globalenglish.com/m/successful_results/case_studies.
76Fox, C. (2006). International negotiator. British Journal of Administrative Management. June/July, 2022; Posthuma, R. A., White, G. O., Dworkin, J. B., Yanez, O., Swift, M. S. (2006). Conflict resolution styles between co-workers in US and Mexican cultures. International Journal of Conflict Management, 17, 242260; Heydenfeldt, J. A. G. (2000). The influence of individualism/collectivism on Mexican and U.S. business negotiation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 24, 383407; see also: www.globalnegotiationresources.com/cou/Mexico.pdf.