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But a reverse culture shock can be just as bad, if not worse, according to Hussain, who took some time to readjust upon his return from New Zealand.
Reentry has been termed reverse culture shock (Gaw, 2000), reacculturation (Berry, 2005), repatriation (Sussman, 2000), returning (AFS, 2013), or coming home (Werkman, 1980).
In case you are not familiar with the term re-entry culture shock, it is basically reverse culture shock and basically very similar to culture shock except that it is in reverse.
JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia, July 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Some people experience reverse culture shock after living abroad and then returning to their homeland.
A study on college students who had lived overseas showed that those with high levels of reverse culture shock reported more personal adjustment and shyness problems, yet were less likely to seek support services (Gaw, 2000).
There will be a culture shock and you'll be away for 12 months from family and friends - we fly out on August 29 - and then they warn you to be prepared for a reverse culture shock.
Contributors cover counselors' new roles as bureaucrats as well as student advocates, intervention for students facing acculturation issues, career development, sexual identity, disability, the families left behind, and reverse culture shock.
After some reverse culture shock and experiencing the favorable circumstances I encountered at Ponta Delgada, I reached a determination that you can indeed go home again, even after almost a half century.