Ethnowise: Embracing Culture Shock to Build Resilience, Responsiveness, and Connection (Paperback)
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Ethnowise: Embracing Culture Shock to Build Resilience, Responsiveness, and Connection (Paperback)

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Paperback 277 Pages / Published: 24/01/2018
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Negative intercultural encounters have diverse causes fear, anger, ignorance, actual danger in some cases. But many simply boil down to culture shock a knee-jerk reaction to the culturally unfamiliar.
The signs of culture shock are everywhere these days on social media, between nations and groups, in our streets and homes.
Ethnowise: Embracing Culture Shock to Build Resilience, Responsiveness, & Connection provides a path that invites readers to not only face, but actually embrace culture shock. The publication uses popular culture metaphors (The Matrix and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) throughout to apply concepts and scenarios to real-life.
Ethnowise: Embracing Culture Shock to Build Resilience, Responsiveness, & Connection by Michel J. Kimball:
Provides a set of engaging principles and techniques rooted in anthropology, neuroscience, psychology and the science and practice of mindfulness.Helps readers to disrupt their habitual reactions to the unfamiliar, grow their resilience to cultural discomfort, and transform culture shock into connection.Presents a set of Ethnowise Insights, Efforts, and Tools that you will need to penetrate the dreamlike milieu of your cultural matrix and see the ""code"" that underlies it.Helps chart the steps along an ethnowise path as the reader works to penetrate the secrets of other cultural matrices, and, in the process, cultivate the resilience, responsiveness and connections you need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.Utilizes data from electronic Human Relations Area Files (eHRAF) as a primary source.

Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co ,U.S.
ISBN: 9781524911867
Number of pages: 277
Weight: 717 g
Dimensions: 249 x 208 x 20 mm

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