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Intercultural Metaphors and Dimensions Vaibhavi Kulkarni September 14, 2011
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Living in intercultural society: Metaphors of diversity Melting Pot Metaphor Huge container used to mix and melt substances Different cultures blend and assimilate in the melting pot Tributaries Metaphor Different tributary streams flow towards common destination
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Living in Intercultural Society: Metaphors of diversity Tapestry Metaphor Decorative cloth made of different strands of thread Each thread can indicates different culture, which is uniquely represented in tapestry The Garden Salad Metaphor Distinct ingredients being tossed continuously Different cultures blend to form a unique combination of tasteful mixture
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Process of Acculturation Immigrants need to adapt to new cultural environment Acculturation refers to changes that cultural groups undergo after being in contact with new culture Acculturation is often marked by physical and psychological changes that occur as a result of the adaptation required to function in a new and different cultural context.
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