Affaires globales

Affaires globales

S'engager dans la vie professionnelle en français, niveau avancé

Deborah S. Reisinger, Mary Beth Raycraft, Nathalie Dieu-Porter

$69.95

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A one-semester intermediate-high to advanced-level French textbook designed for French for Specific Purposes courses such as Business or Professional French, Affaires globales uses an interdisciplinary, multiliteracies approach to help students develop the cultural knowledge and language skills necessary for a career in the francophone world.


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Deborah S. Reisinger:

Deborah S. Reisinger is an associate professor of the practice in French in the Department of Romance Studies and the associate director of Markets and Management Studies at Duke University.

Mary Beth Raycraft is the assistant director of language instruction and a lecturer in French at Boston University.

Nathalie Dieu-Porter is a principal senior lecturer in the Department of French and Italian Studies at Vanderbilt University and the director of the Center for Second Language Studies at Vanderbilt University.

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Deborah S. Reisinger is an associate professor of the practice in French in the Department of Romance Studies and the associate director of Markets and Management Studies at Duke University.

Mary Beth Raycraft is the assistant director of language instruction and a lecturer in French at Boston University.

Nathalie Dieu-Porter is a principal senior lecturer in the Department of French and Italian Studies at Vanderbilt University and the director of the Center for Second Language Studies at Vanderbilt University.

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Deborah S. Reisinger is an associate professor of the practice in French in the Department of Romance Studies and the associate director of Markets and Management Studies at Duke University.

Mary Beth Raycraft is the assistant director of language instruction and a lecturer in French at Boston University.

Nathalie Dieu-Porter is a principal senior lecturer in the Department of French and Italian Studies at Vanderbilt University and the director of the Center for Second Language Studies at Vanderbilt University.

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