The Psychology Culture Shock
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BeschreibungCrossing cultures can be a stimulating and rewarding adventure. It can also be a stressful and bewildering experience. This title examines the psychological and social processes involved in intercultural contact, including learning new culture-specific skills and managing stress and coping with an unfamiliar environment.
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword. Part I: The Psychology of Intercultural Contact. Introduction and Overview: Setting the Scene. Social Systems as Inputs, Throughputs and Outputs. Culture Contact within and between Societies. Intercultural Contact: Processes and Outcomes. Groups in Intercultural Contact. Dimensions of Intercultural Contact. Outcomes of Contact. Theoretical Perspectives on Intercultural Contact. Intercultural Contact and Adaptation. A Model of the Acculturation Process. Chapter Summary. Part II: Theoretical Approaches to "Culture Shock". Culture Learning. Social Interaction. The Social Psychology of the Cross-cultural Encounter. Cross-cultural Differences in How People Communicate. Intercultural Communication Theory: Integrating the Communication Elements. Social Relations in Multicultural Societies. Cross-cultural Transition and Social Difficulty. Chapter Summary. Stress, Coping and Adjustment. The Stress and Coping Framework. Factors Affecting Stress, Coping and Adjustment. Social Identification Theories. Theoretical Perspectives. Identity, Acculturation and Intercultural Contact. Intergroup Perceptions and Relations. Social Identification Theories and Multicultural Ideology. Chapter Summary. Part III: Varieties of Culture Travellers. Tourists. The Tourist Experience. Tourism and Intercultural Contact. Chapter Summary. Sojourners: International Students. Historical Perspectives. Empirical Research on Student Sojourners. Chapter Summary. Sojourners: International Business People. Cultural Distance, Work Performance and Adaptation of Business Sojourners. Expatriate Adjustment. Women in International Management. Repatriation and Inpatriation. Chapter Summary. Immigrants. Social and Political Influences on Immigrant Acculturation. Migrant Adaptation. Perspectives on Immigrant Youth. Chapter Summary. Refugees. Refugee Status and Mental Health. Pre- and Post-Migration Experiences and Adjustment over Time. Stress, Coping and Adjustment. Acculturation, Identity and Intercultural Relations. Chapter Summary. Part IV: Applications and Conclusions. Culture Training. Training Principles, Issues and Aims. Cross-cultural Preparation in Historical Perspective. Sojourner Training. Training for Multicultural Living. Chapter Summary. Conclusion. The ABCs of "Culture Shock". Intercultural Interactions: Then and Now. The Future. Final Remarks. References.
Pressestimmen"...Three internationally known psychologists have combined their skills to write this most impressive book that provides an excellent account of culture shock.' Harry Triadis, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Illinois 'In a world where there are millions of tourists, sojourners, expatriates, immigrants and refugees, it is high time for psychology to pay attention to the culture shock that these individuals are experiencing. Three internationally known psychologists have combined their skills to write this most impressive book that provides an excellent account of culture shock.' - Harry Triadis, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Illinois 'This updated edition improves on what was already a superbly readable and much-needed review of psychological work about cross-cultural encounters,,, brings together a plethora of different studies and perspectives into a coherent whole... no mean feat!' - Marco Cinnirella, Royal Holloway, University of London"
Untertitel: 18 line illustrations, references. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2001
Seitenanzahl: 384 Seiten