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Culture Shock
A stressful transition to an unfamiliar environment
ABC's of Culture Shock
Affectively
Behaviorally
Cognitively
Culture Shock Pro
Effective management brings positive well-being, self-esteem, and behavioral competence
Culture Shock Con
Psychosomatic problems, affective upheavals, interaction awkwardness, and cognitive exhaustion
The U curved Model
1. Initial adjustment: happy
2. Crisis: stress
3. Regained adjustment: settling in
W Shaped Model
Honeymoon Stage
1
Excited, curios about new environment
W Shaped Model
Hostility Stage
2.
Major emotional upheavals. Loss of self-esteem and confidence.
W Shaped Model
Humorous Stage
3.
Learn to laugh at their cultural faux pas.
W Shaped Model
In-Sync Adjustment Stage
4.
At home, experience identity secure.
W Shaped Model
Ambivalence Stage
5.
Greif, nostalgia, pride, relief at going home
W Shaped Model
Reentry Culture Shock Stage
6.
Not anticipating reentry shock. Sometimes worse than entry shock.
Resocialization Returnees
Do not recognize having learned new skills. They resocialize quietly.
Alienated Returnees
Aware of new skills, difficult applying. They feel like onlookers in theor home culture.
Proactive Returness
Highly aware of new values and skills. They often integrate their new skills into their old culture.