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    necessary to possess intercultural competence skills (Sample, 2012). Intercultural competence is defined as, “…the personal ability needed to communicate and work efficiently in intercultural every-day and business situations with members of different cultural groups or in a foreign cultural environment” (Behrnd & Porzelt, 2012, p. 214). Another definition: “…abilities to adeptly navigate complex environments marked by a growing diversity of peoples, cultures and lifestyles” (UNESCO, 2013, p. 5). Students seeking to acquire awareness and appreciation for other cultures and viewpoints, as well as experience in communication interaction with other cultures often turn to study abroad programs to fulfill this need (Movassaghi, Unsal, & Göçer,…

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    Introduction With a large number of companies operating internationally, coupled with their constant growth, the world is opening up for new foreign firms. Because of high competition, the companies operating abroad are faced with a much larger tasks than ever before. When going international, some of the challenges they face, not only include products or services, but communications between cultural differences. A company must handle new and unfamiliar cultural differences, quickly learning…

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    participants and apply conceptual framework linked to intercultural awareness such as the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS). Finally, a conclusion summarising the case will be given. 2.0 Analysis of Case Study 2.1 Analysis…

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    Hong Kong Culture Analysis

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    Introduction The culture in Hong Kong is varies from time to time, there are many unclear lines have been drawn in defining the cultural change since there are different narratives told by different “Hong Kongers”. From defining the cultural change in Hong Kong, to taking for granted that a genuine Hong Kong culture does exist. Especially after the handover of Hong Kong in 1997, it has propelled the the analysis of social and cultural phenomena in Hong Kong (Cheung & Tam, 1999). So, the period…

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    Race is a social construct that has only served to cause separation between groups of different backgrounds. Upon interaction between groups of people, there are many ways that groups would react given their differences. In his essay, Models of American Ethnic Relations: A Historical Perspective, author George M. Fredrickson labels 4 cultural interactions that have occurred when people of different ethnic backgrounds have interacted throughout American History: Ethnic Hierarchy, One-Way…

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    One text portrays the idea of cultural difference and isolation through the perspective of a young boy who belongs to the African race which is being compared to the European race as well as the special treatment that he receives while living in a college. The other text portrays cultural difference and isolation through the use of many visual techniques where the composition of the images have shown the communication barriers between two individuals, evidently showing culture difference and the…

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    The book is an interdisciplinary approach to inquiry the multiple ways of “being alien” (ser extranjero). Specifically, the aim is to explore non conventionals forms of being alien, such as it happen in technologies, cultural, and arts. In a world in which border are closing and “domination has become more perverse and resistance have become less sophisticated” (p. 2), it is necessary look for explanations in the cultural sphere, specifically from Latin America, considering the international…

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    By using the Culturalogical assessment, it focuses on some of the major differences that various cultures bring into the setting and opens lines of communication to better learn and serve the patient. Campinha-Bacote’s Process of Cultural Competence Model Campinha-Bacote’s model includes five constructs: cultural Awareness, cultural Skills, cultural Knowledge, cultural Encounters and cultural Desire, utilizing the acronym, ASKED. (Ingram, 2012.) “This model assists nurses to identify health…

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    even speaking the same language, that they are the same and that cultural differences aren’t differences anymore. But they are wrong. Even in today’s global world, there are many cultural differences which affect how certain people do business and live (International). To be successful in dealing with people from different cultures, there are some easy business guidelines. For instance, learning and understanding how people communicate, how culture impacts their time and deadlines, how people…

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    Nationalism and Cultural Development History that written in the book, is pieces of writing that record the change of human society and cultural over time. Throughout history, we see many changes and turning points that greatly impact the society we have right now. From the early time period Rise of Rome to the American and French Revolution; the world had constantly shaping its boundaries. Society and humanities had constantly changing.The change in history are not seem as accidents. One of the…

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