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Chapter 13: Adapting to New cultures 14/05/2009 12:48:00 Cross-Cultural Adaptation: The Process Socialization- conditioning and programming in the basic processes of  communication, like decoding; its embedded in the process of enculturation Resocialization is doing this in a new culture when you’ve already been  enculturated in another, this process is related to acculturation Deculturation- unlearning of old cultural habits The Role of Predisposition and Environment Predisposition Degree of ethnic proximity- overall similarity, compatibility between your own  ethnicity and that of the host
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Unformatted text preview: • Degree of salience of noticeable ethnic markers including distinct speech patterns, physical appearances- anything that adds to the overall foreignness of the strangers ← Kim- Personal attributes • Openness, flexibility • Strength- internal locus of control, low uncertainty avoidance • Positivity • The older someone is the more the rigid they are and steadfast in their own culture ← Environment • Receptivity of others • Conformity pressure ← ← Adaptation and Psychological Health ← ← ← 14/05/2009 12:48:00 ← 14/05/2009 12:48:00 ←...
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  • low uncertainty avoidance, Adaptation and Psychological Health, noticeable ethnic markers, proximity­ overall similarity, old cultural habits, Strength­ internal locus

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