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The Intercultural Approach
Transcript of The Intercultural Approach
*Discovering the reference frame of the other
•understanding how our own cultural reference frame influences interactions and plays a role in the culture shock experiences
•using the culture shock experiences as a learning opportunity
•preventing the consequences of non-treated culture shock experiences
•acquiring/work towards a certain cultural neutrality
Analysis grid of critical incidents
•About MCE: Margalit Cohen-Emerique is a French social psychologists, an expert in intercultural relations
•The context of the approach: The approach she developed is very practical in its orientation, it was created in collaboration with practitioners of the social field working with immigrants
Culture shock is an interaction with a person or object from a different culture, set in a specific space and time, which provokes negative or positive cognitive and affective reactions, a sensation of loss of reference points, a negative representation of oneself and feeling of lack of approval that can give rise to uneasiness and anger.
Based on MARGALIT COHEN-EMERIQUE 1999. Le choc culturel, méthode de formation et outil de recherche. In: Demorgon,J., Lipiansky,E.,M. (eds) Guide de l’interculturel en formation. Paris, Retz. Pp 301-315.
An Introduction to Margalit Cohen-Emerique’s Intercultural Approach