ABRAHAM‐BARNA Corina
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  SOCIOLOGIE
   
  978‐973‐595‐994‐4
  2016
 
  REZUMAT
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REZUMAT: Since 1951, when the anthropologist Cora DuBois used the term culture shock, many studies relating to cross‐cultural adaptation have been produced. Three years later, Kalervo Oberg described a honeymoon – crisis – recovery ‐ adjustment model, applicable to people who have travelled abroad. Following this in 1955 Sverre Lysgaard presented the U‐Curve of Cultural Adjustment which was one of the first models of cultural adjustment. These theories opened the gates for seven decades of research related to cross‐cultural adaptation.
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