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... Culture Shock (Add (Add (Add Culture Shock Cultural shock can be defined as the trauma one experiences when onemoves into a culture that is different from ones own home culture. There are various factors that lead to cultural shock. Some of them are differences in food, difficulty in communication, differences in customs and values, unacceptable standards of cleanliness, fear for personal safety, and so on and on. According to Oberg (n.d), the very first factor that leads to culture shock is the disappearance of customs, cues, and norms. For example, a person in a society is guided by various explicit and subtle norms, cues, and customs regarding social intercourse. To illustrate, the norms in a...