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Unformatted text preview: nt. If something is less than a week long, only a low level
training program is needed as it is not very rigorous. However, the longer the stay, say anything
over 2 months, the experience becomes more intense and so does the training. The three stages of
training for low, medium, and high level experiences are; the information giving approachbriefings, survival level of language training, the second is the affective approach-cultural
assimilation training, and finally the immersion approach-field experience, simulation and
5. What is culture shock and reverse culture shock? Which one do you think affects people the
most and why?
Culture shock is the experience of entering into a new culture and being simply ‘shocked’
(stressed out, anxious) over the immersion experience. Culture shock is unavoidable and
depends on the individuals ability to experienc...
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- Spring '14