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    CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF CULTURAL SHOCK Kasie Sepeda Professor Scherf 11/19/2012 Outline I. What is Cultural Shock a. serious phenomenon and a long-winded process b. Real culture shock can happen in places you expect to be similar II. Effects of cultural shock a. Happen when...
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    My first culture shock experience was 4 years ago when I came in to this country. It is very diverse here in America. There are many cultures and people from around the world. In my country the ratio is about ninety percent Turkish and My first culture shock experience was 4 years ago when I came...
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  • Culture Shock Among International Students
     Culture Shock among International Students by Lyuba Makarova Group A-52 Instructor Olga Chuprakova 1 October 2013 Makarova i Culture Shock among International Students I. Introduction II. Culture Shock 1. Definition 2. Stages 3. Main aspects III...
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  • Cultural Shock
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  • Culture Shock
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    The International Journal - Language Society and Culture URL: www.educ.utas.edu.au/users/tle/JOURNAL/ ISSN 1327-774X Language Shock: A Challenge to Language Learning Si Fan University of Tasmania Abstract As a result of globalisation and the development of technology, the number of...
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  • Main Causes of Culture Shock
    Qn. Explain the main causes of culture shock. Stepping out of one’s comfort zone is not an easy step to take, not to mention stepping into a foreign land. Culture shock is one of the very common problems many face, especially when travelling abroad. For the purpose of this essay, the term...
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  • Cultural Shock and Adaptation
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  • Vietnamese Abroaders: Culture Shock in the U.S.
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