The Social Guidebook to Norway 1
The Social Guidebook to Norway 1
The Social Guidebook to Norway 1
The Social Guidebook to Norway 1
The Social Guidebook to Norway 1

The Social Guidebook to Norway 1

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"One of the best books ever written on the cultural differences you encounter as new in Norway. A fantastic presentation of Norwegians habits, values and norms illustrated with humorous drawings that make the book both fun and easy to read.

- Kathleen Offman Mathisen, HR director Grieg Seafood ASA

The Social Guidebook to Norway is our best selling book on the Norwegian culture with more than 50 000 copies sold since 2014. 
It provides Norwegians with an outsider's perspective on their culture and help them better understand the challenges foreigners face communicating, living and working with Norwegians. 
Foreigners get a fantastic social guidebook that will fast forward their integration and help them appreciate Norwegians and their society. 
"An illustrated introduction" is the first book in the series. It illustrate and explains the peculiarities that are first faced when interacting with Norwegians. 
The book has 75 illustrations with explaining text for each situations that are first experienced when meeting Norwegians. 
You may see a preview of the book on the author's Instagram account @juliensbourrelle

 You may also order this book together with our other books on the Norwegian culture.  Read more about "Our Norwegian Toolkit"

 Also available on AMAZON in BW soft cover. 

182 pages. 75 color Illustrations. 210mmx150mm, 3rd Edition, 2nd Print, Publish 2018 (First edition 2014)


There is a second book in the series

You can buy them as a bundle here

 Author Julien S. Bourrelle gave his 2nd TEDx talk in 2017 "Learn a New Culture"


Keywords: Unwritten social rules, social logic, emotions, feedback, politeness, personal space, greetings, conversations, relationships with nature, sport, physical suffering, dating, friendships, gender interactions, equality, conflict, discipline, Janteloven, organisation, social status.