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reverse culture shock
shock when returning to home country because they have learned to accept what they have encountered abroad.
Hierarchy of needs
a well-known motivation theory, which is shown schematically,people try to fulfill lower order needs sufficiently before moving on the higher ones.
geocentrism
operations based on an informed knowledge of both home and host country needs, capabilities, and constraints.
nationalism
the ways in which people cooperate, attempt to solve problems, and are motivated, remain the same
polycentrism
organizational control that is decentralized; can mean being overwhelmed by differences between many operating environments.
normativism
there are universal standards of behaviour that should be upheld - nonintervention would be unethical.
cultural shock
General trauma experienced in a new or different culture from learning new cultural expectations - old ones no longer work or fit.
relativism
ethical truths are relative to the groups holding them - thus intervention would be unethical
globalization
contact across cultures resulting in similar approaches to solving problems, dress, cooperation.
ethnocentrism
the belief that one's group is superior to others.