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The Curve of Culture Shock

based on Megan Tankersley's article
by

Lili Popper

on 1 May 2017

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Transcript of The Curve of Culture Shock

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Everything is new, interesting and exciting.
Differences become apparent and irritating. Problems occur and frustration sets in.
You may feel homesick, depressed and helpless.
You develop
strategies to cope with difficulties, make new friends and learn to adapt to the host culture.
You accept and embrace cultural differences. You see the host country as your new home and don't wish to depart or leave new friends.
You are excited to return home.
You may feel frustrated, angry or lonely because friends and family don't understand what you experienced and how you changed. You miss the host culture and friends and may look for ways to return.
You gradually adjust to life at home. Things start to seem more normal and routine again, although not exactly the
same.
You incorporate what you learned and experienced abroad into your new life and career.
Source: 'Culture Shock: A Challenge of International Travel Experiences' by Meghan Tankersley https://www.globalexperiences.com/blog/culture-shock/
The Curve of Culture Shock
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