Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Info about, for or on culture shock in Italy


Here are some links about, for or on culture shock in Italy:

  • 5 Best Italian Culture Shock Experiences – ""  – Posted on June 26th, 2012 – by Phaedra – Source: Found in the RAILEUROPE® BLOG of RAILEUROPE® – "A Single Stop for European Rail Travel"
  • Culture Shock – "Are you going to travel or stay in Italy? Here is a list of useful things that only a native born and raised in Italy would know." – Saturday, March 2nd, 2013 – By Ron Turner -  Editing by Paolo Nascimbeni – Source: lifeinitaly.com – "Italy | Italy daily News, Weather, All you need to know about Italy"
  • Culture Shock Italy – "There are 16 Culture Shocks in Italy. Have you been Culture Shocked in Italy?" – Source: CULTURE SHOCK – "Our Movement" – "Discover AIESEC"
  • Culture Shock: Italy – "" – Friday, 12 February 2010 – Written by  Lizzie Fane – Source: Found in the When You Arrive section of thirdyearabroad.com – "About TYA"
  • Culture Shock in Italy – "Settling into a new country is often challenging, particularly when cultural differences are compounded with the difficulty of learning a foreign language. Even those transactions that are seemingly straightforward, such as finding a house, doctor, dentist, school, bank and tax number in Italy, can seem daunting. The expat community is usually the best source of help for this." – Source: Found in the Expat to Italy section of Expat Arrivals – "local info for global expats"
  • Living in Italy: Challenges and Culture Shock – "Summary: For many expats, settling into life in Italy is anything but a dream. Members share their experiences with culture shock and general frustration" – By ExpatExchange Members – Source: Found in the Italy Guide section on ExpatExchange – "Welcome! If you're moving overseas, settling in abroad, an expert on international living, a repatriate, or just considering an expatriate adventure, Expat Exchange can help! Since 1997, we've helped millions of expats worldwide."
  • Living in Italy: Surviving culture shock – 13 May 2013 – Sarah Humphreys – Source: The Florence Newspaper – "News and Events - Florence, Tuscany and Italy" – "About Us"
  • Surviving culture shock in Italy – "So much to do! When someone moves to a new country it is extremely rare not to feel overwhelmed by the difficulties involved in carrying out tasks that at home one could do with confidence and relatively little difficulty. he first hurdle an ex-pat faces is the sheer volume of urgent actions. When is the last time you had to find a house, doctor, dentist, school, bank, tax number and new job simultaneously? The second difficulty is doing them in a foreign language in a system you don’t understand. It is little wonder that shortly into their move the average ex-pat starts displaying some if not all of the typical symptoms of culture shock: . . ." – Source: Insight Italy® – "About us" – In English, Italian
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  • Overcome culture shock – "Information about the stages of culture shock, how to cope with culture shock, customs and etiquette, and language transition" – "Articles about overcoming culture shock" – Source: Found in articles on Expat Arrivals – "local info for global expats"
  • Reverse Culture Shock – "It's an awful feeling to have, and it's one that is nearly impossible to discuss with someone who's never experienced it. It will usually hit you when you return home from an extended time abroad, especially if you've lived and worked in another country, but it can even happen after a short trip. Some of the signs of reverse culture shock include: . . ." – blogger: Amanda Kendle – Source: Not A Ballerina – "I'M A TRAVELLER AND A THINKER" – "WHY TRAVEL IS IMPORTANT,  AND WHAT TRAVEL HAS TAUGHT ME"
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That's it for Tuesday, 20 August 2013: martedi, 20 agosto 2013

Ciao, Ben

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"Ogni principio รจ duro."
"Every beginning is hard."

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