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 +'''Culture shock''' is a term used to describe the [[anxiety]] and [[feeling]]s (of surprise, disorientation, confusion, etc.) felt when people have to operate within an entirely different cultural or [[social environment]], such as a foreign country. It grows out of the difficulties in [[Cultural assimilation|assimilating]] the new [[culture]], causing difficulty in knowing what is appropriate and what is not. Often this is combined with strong [[disgust]] ([[Morality|moral]] or [[Aesthetics|aesthetical]]) about certain aspects of the new or different culture.
 +==See also==
 +* [[Neophobia]]
 +* [[Cultural intelligence]]
 +* [[Cultural conflict]]
 +* [[Cultural cringe]]
 +* [[Cultural schema theory]]
 +* [[Expatriate]]
 +* [[Fresh off the boat]]
 +* [[Future Shock]]
 +* [[Intercultural communication]]
 +* [[Jetlag]]
 +* [[Student exchange program]]
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Culture shock is a term used to describe the anxiety and feelings (of surprise, disorientation, confusion, etc.) felt when people have to operate within an entirely different cultural or social environment, such as a foreign country. It grows out of the difficulties in assimilating the new culture, causing difficulty in knowing what is appropriate and what is not. Often this is combined with strong disgust (moral or aesthetical) about certain aspects of the new or different culture.

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