These aspects may make you feel like you are in the wrong place.
[tags: Economy of the United States, United States] - College has been such a culture shock for me. I am a freshman at the Community College of Rhode Island after unsuccessfully tried The talent development program at the University of Rhode Island.
When I first entered the Community College of Rhode Island I was scared.
I was very grateful that the woman who was helping me was able to point to which direction I needed to go to in order to find my destination....
[tags: Cross-cultural communication, Culture] - The United States is a continent with a diverse existing population today; this country is known as a melting pot of different cultures, each one unique in its own respect.
For myself, culture shock came when I moved off to college and away from the life I was used to.
I was born and raised in Arlington, Texas, which means that I have spent the last eighteen years in the same city and doing basically all the same things.
A culture’s significance is so profound that it touches almost every aspect of who and what we are....
[tags: Culture] - Culture shock occurs when a person first enters and makes contact with a new culture and feels disoriented, anxiety, frustration and isolation (Stone, 2010, p. We face culture shock when we travel on holiday or on business trips.
[tags: business, trip, gather information, training] - According to Quartz, 40% of foreign students in the United States have no close friends at school.
Most of these international students come to the United States from China, India, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Canada ( 40% of foreign students in the US have no close friends on campus: The culture shock of loneliness).