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Published on January 24, 2009

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CULTURE SHOCK What Happens When People Stop Being Nice and Start Being Real!?

INTRODUCTION

 

VAMP LIKE ME

VAMPIRE HISTORY Where the Vampire Truly Comes From

What Do REAL Vampires Do

Feeding On Donors Feeding Circles On Prey Blood is a natural Emetic

On Donors

Feeding Circles

On Prey

 

What do Vampires Look Like

 

Vampire Organizations

If you suddenly found yourself in the vampire culture, how would you react?

THE REALITY OF IT ALL

IT’S A GAME

CULTURE SHOCK When we encounter customs, values, attitudes, & beliefs that are at variance with the norm.

Kalerv Oberg (anthropologist) “ generalized trauma affecting individuals in a new and different culture.”

Basic Changes that Must be Made Changes in our Thinking Changes in our Habits Changes in our Relationships Changes in our Sources of Gratification

Changes in our Thinking

Changes in our Habits

Changes in our Relationships

Changes in our Sources of Gratification

Causes of Culture Shock The Loss of Familiar Signs & Signals The collapse of normal interpersonal interaction A Danger to Our Personal Unity

The Loss of Familiar Signs & Signals

The collapse of normal interpersonal

interaction

A Danger to Our Personal Unity

STAGES IN CULTURE SHOCK

Preliminary Stage We Make Plans to Leave

Spectator Stage We See Many Strange Sights We Have New Experiences We Meet New People

We See Many Strange Sights

We Have New Experiences

We Meet New People

Participant Stage Honey Moon Is Over Must Decided on Day To Day Things Eat Live Shop Work School

Honey Moon Is Over

Must Decided on Day To Day Things

Eat

Live

Shop

Work

School

Shock Stage We begin to Adjust Difficult Problems Surface We feel Lethargic Food may be distasteful We become irritable The Host’s slightest suggestions seem like criticisms. Work declines Loneliness Sets in We have difficulty communicating our feelings to others

We begin to Adjust

Difficult Problems

Surface

We feel Lethargic

Food may be distasteful

We become irritable

The Host’s slightest

suggestions seem like

criticisms.

Work declines

Loneliness Sets in

We have difficulty

communicating our

feelings to others

Adaptation Stage In group relationships develop with the locals Speak the language Assimilate

In group relationships develop with the locals

Speak the language

Assimilate

Re-entry Stage

The “W” Theory Of Culture Shock

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Preliminary 2) Spectator Participant Shock 5) Adaptation 6) Preliminary Spectator Participant 9) Shock 10) Adaptation

Preliminary

2) Spectator

Participant

Shock

5) Adaptation

6) Preliminary

Spectator

Participant

9) Shock

10) Adaptation

Problems with Re-Entry Cultural: adjustment to daily personal and work routines; personal identity problems Social: Feelings of social-alienation; frustration caused by conflicting attitudes Linguistic: Practicing speech patterns learned abroad may be misinterpreted at home

Cultural: adjustment to daily personal and work routines; personal identity problems

Social: Feelings of social-alienation; frustration caused by conflicting attitudes

Linguistic: Practicing speech patterns learned abroad may be misinterpreted at home

Problems with Re-Entry cont. . . Political: Changes in political conditions at home requiring the adoption of new political views Educational: Lack of abroad professional educational programs & support groups a Professional: Resistance to change by colleagues

Political: Changes in political conditions at home requiring the adoption of new political views

Educational: Lack of abroad professional educational programs & support groups a

Professional: Resistance to change by colleagues

Acculturation Culture change that results from continuous, first-hand contact between two distinct cultures

Coleen Kelly & Judith Meyers’ CROSS- CULTURAL ADAPTABILITY INVENTORY

Emotional Resilience People must keep a positive, buoyant, and vibrant state of mind; keep your self-confidence

Flexibility & Openness People need to be flexible and open to new and different ways of thinking and acting.

Perceptual Activity Ability to read people’s emotions, context, and meanings their messages convey

Personal Autonomy Ability to maintain one’s own values and beliefs and to assume responsibility for one’s own actions

Conclusions - Culture Shock Happens - Be Aware of Culture Shock - Expect Acculturation to Occur - Know What is Necessary on Your Part to Adapt to a New Culture

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