culture shock

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Englisch - Türkisch
kültür şoku

Kültür şoku genellikle duygusal bir lunapark hız treni olarak tanımlanır. - Culture shock is often described as an emotional rollercoaster.

Çoğumuz yabancı bir ülkede kültür şoku yaşarız. - In a foreign country most of us go through culture shock.

Kültür şoku, kültürel şok
(Dilbilim) kültür çarpması
Englisch - Englisch
A state of anxious confusion experienced by someone exposed to an alien or unfamiliar environment

Having grown up in rural Arkansas, the culture shock of moving to Harlem was tremendous.

a sense of strangeness that occurs when visiting a place with a different culture than your own
emotional shock which occurs when a person is adjusting to an unfamiliar culture
Feelings of disorientation often experienced in instances of contact with other cultures
the anxiety people experience as they encounter and try to adapt to the customs and expectations of another culture
Culture shock is a feeling of anxiety, loneliness, and confusion that people sometimes experience when they first arrive in another country. Callum, recently arrived in Glasgow, is jobless, homeless, friendless, and suffering from culture shock. A condition of confusion and anxiety affecting a person suddenly exposed to an alien culture or milieu. the feeling of being confused or anxious that you get when you visit a foreign country or a place that is very different from the one you are used to
a condition of disorientation affecting someone who is suddenly exposed to an unfamiliar culture or way of life or set of attitudes
The feeling of surprise and disorientation that is experienced when people witness cultural practices different from their own (p 84)
The disorientation that people feel when they encounter cultures radically different from their own
culture shocks
plural form of culture shock
culture shock


    cul·ture shock

    Türkische aussprache

    kʌlçır şäk


    /ˈkəlʧər ˈsʜäk/ /ˈkʌlʧɜr ˈʃɑːk/


    [ 'k&l-ch&r ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin cultura, from cultus, past participle.

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