Most people expect to have some culture shock but few are prepared for the

Most people expect to have some culture shock but few

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3.Most people expect to have some culture shock, but few are prepared for the challenges of reentry shock. What are the differences between the two? Why would people experience this stress when returning to their comfortable, well-known culture?4.Some argue that awareness of one’s own culture can ease the transition into a new culture. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Provide clear examples to support your answer.
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Review Questions55.What suggestions would you give a foreign colleague to help them minimize the culture shock they encounter on their arrival in the United States?
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Review Questions6ReferencesInterNations. (n.d.). What is Culture Shock?Retrieved from
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