Culture Shock : an Examination of Culture Shock Experiences and Difficulties in Cultural Adaptation : Rich Description from Sojourners, Immigrants, and Long-term Refugees
Jacobson, Chelsea R.
Sims, Judy Rene
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The purpose of this research study is to examine and understand the culture shock experiences and struggles of cultural adaptation encountered by migrants (sojourners, immigrants, and long-term refugees) who have attempted to adjust to U.S. American culture. Such knowledge can heighten the cultural intelligence of migrants, as well as members of the host culture, resulting in the increased effectiveness of intercultural interactions.
Culture shock--United States
Immigrants--Cultural assimilation--United States
Refugees--Cultural assimilation--United States
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