Amazing sculptures from pencils

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Hungarian artist and sculptor nick cerkahegyzo creates amazing mini-sculptures made ​​of solid pencil. This is a hobby and a way to relax, he carves these sculptures at leisure. A major work of Hungary – tool making. The artist says that his work inspired Dalton Getty, posed like masterpieces of graphite pencils. When creating sculptures he uses needles, razor blades, sandpaper, nail files and, actually, pencils. Super!

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Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Удивительные скульптуры из карандашей<
Today, various forms of communication and interaction are taught in many Russian universities. And not just because, for a number of special study of norms, rules, and styles of communication is mandatory in accordance with state educational standards. First, the acquisition of knowledge and communication skills dictated by the practical needs of the real world. The processes of globalization, democratization of public life, the openness and accessibility of the latest achievements of world culture allows a huge number of people know a lot about the behavior and way of life of other people. The knowledge acquired in tourist trips, at academic conferences, symposia, from the media, personal meetings, ie through various forms of human communication.
Interest in communicating with other people and their cultures in our country great, and the selection of the necessary teaching aids local authors on communication is extremely poor. This makes the appearance of this tutorial is very relevant and timely.
The manual is one of the first attempts to develop a training program on intercultural communication (ICC) to Russian universities. It is a collaboration of teachers, Department of Cultural Kaluga State Pedagogical University. KE Tsiolkovsky and faculty offices Intercultural Communication Institute of German and Comparative Ethnology, University of Munich, which was made possible thanks to the financial, organizational and technical support of the Volkswagen (Germany). During the implementation of the joint project, the Russian participants received the first skills in intercultural communication and some were able to reflect the experience gained in this work. The main scientific and methodological basis of benefits was the most famous and popular American and German, as well as local research Greentech übersetzungsbüro Berlin Übersetzungen Berlin. and academic publications on intercultural communication as indicated in the references.
The book, based on the achievements of the American and German science in the field of intercultural communication, the authors have tried to systematically and effectively to present the concept of cross-cultural communication and the possibilities of mastering her skills. Of course, not all sections are equally realize the goal. The advantage of the book is its richness of theory and practical materials for all sets out the issues and topics. Readers will find in it answers to questions about the features of intercultural communication, how to overcome communication barriers and behaviors in different situations of intercultural communication. However, the authors regret that a significant portion of the material devoted to specific cross-cultural situations, practically and useful for the interested reader, unclaimed in this work because of its limited scope.
The authors and express their sincere thanks to Dr. Juliana Roth, thanks to the initiative and active participation was made possible and was successfully implemented this project together. Words of thanks addressed to Professor Alois Moosmyulleru Munich University and an assistant Galina Kopteltsevoy for their support and contributions to the project. Special thanks also by the Volkswagen Foundation for financial and technical support to the project.