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Culture Shock! Egypt

A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette (Culture Shock!)
  • 334 Pages
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Marshall Cavendish Corporation
Middle East - Egypt, Customs & Traditions, Travel, Travel - Fo
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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL8016538M
ISBN 100761424970
ISBN 139780761424970

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Egypt: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette/5(5). This book was so helpful and informative. This is the first of the Culture Shock series I have read. I think it is great they have over 50 different books on cultures of the world.

A must read for visiting/living in various parts of the most every topic you would think of. Easy to read!/5(4). "Culture Shock!" country guides are easy-to-read, accurate, and entertaining crash courses in local customs and etiquette/5.

If you want to go below the veneer of the quick tourist Culture Shock! Egypt book with Egyptians, the Culture Shock series is a good start, and the Egyptian entry of the series is still the most appreciated starting point for someone who is more interested in the modern people rather than the old buildings/5(4).

Culture Shock. Egypt - Kindle edition by Wilson, Susan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Culture Shock!/5(6). Culture shock!. Egypt. [Susan L Wilson] -- Gives informative tips on the do's and don'ts of custom in Egypt and provides interesting insights into the social and business attitudes of the Egyptian people.

Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, Susan L. (Susan Louise), Culture shock!.

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CultureShock. Egypt is invaluable to anyone who wants to blend into life in the country whose existence revolves around the River Nile. Containing much insight about the Egyptian people—the class system, the importance of family, their sense of honour—this guide also provides useful information and advice for settling into your new home and getting along with the : Marshall Cavendish International.

The Culture Shock book series by multiple authors includes books Cultureshock. Cuba: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette, Culture Shock. Hungary: A Guide to Customs & Etiquette, Culture Shock!: Canada, and several more.

See the complete Culture Shock series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. The book Culture Shock. Egypt can give more knowledge and information about everything you want. Why then must we leave a very important thing like a book Culture Shock.

Egypt. A few of you have a different opinion about publication. But one aim in which book can give many information for. Wilson's book provided me with the "cultural common sense" that made for a successful stay in Egypt in June Her chatty tone invited me, as a reader, into her own experiences living in Egypt and set a context for me to be open to the warmth of the Egyptians as well as to be prepared for the very real challenges of travel here/5(5).

The Streets of Egypt. We often take things for granted in our own countries. Laws. Safety. Hygiene.

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Freedom. Comfort. Technology. Loss of certain comforts brings an appreciation of what we have back was a culture shock that helped me appreciate Canada. Cultureshock Egypt by Susan Wilson; Susan L. Wilson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Culture Shock Egypt: a Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette by Wilson, Susan L - AbeBooks.

This book is designed to serve as a guide book for a non-Egyptian (particularly someone from North America or Europe) making plans to life in Egypt for some period of time as an expatriate.

It is intended for business people, college students, and others planning to relocate there for an extended period/5(1). Susan L. Wilson is the author of Culture Shock. Egypt ( avg rating, 55 ratings, 9 reviews, published ), Egypt ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 revie /5.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: First impressions --A Tour of Egypt --The Egyptian people --Social interactions --The Logistics of settling in --Food and entertaining --Enjoying Egypt --Communicating Egyptian style --Business --Egypt at a Titles: Culture shock.

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Life in Egypt is very different to the West and expats may experience culture shock. Traffic obeys an unwritten code of chaos; to buy a bed one will need to visit both a frame maker and a mattress seller; building sites begin work at sunrise and have deliveries at 2am; and the call to prayer happens five times each day.

People are brusque one minute and incredibly helpful the next; many shops. Hi, I posted this information as a reply to another poster but feel that it might be of some use to first time Egypt goers.

We all get the usual "guide books" with the pretty pictures and factual info but the best book I ever bought was called "Culture Shock". The "reverse culture shock" may be more difficult than the "culture shock" you felt when in Egypt.

(See "culture shock" for more information about the challenges of adapting to a new culture.) If return culture shock is severe, it is important that students are able to. Adjustments and Culture Shock In this section, you will learn what culture shock means and how you can overcome its effects.

Experiencing new cultures, and obtaining a better understanding of your own culture, can result in some of the most positive, life–altering experiences students have. Culture shock is an experience a person may have when one moves to a cultural environment which is different from one's own; it is also the personal disorientation a person may feel when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life due to immigration or a visit to a new country, a move between social environments, or simply transition to another type of life.

Factors Affecting Culture Shock. An anthropologist, Kalervo Oberg, first coined the term culture shock in to describe the anxiety felt by individuals living in a new culture (Oberg, ; Oberg, ).

He saw culture shock as a disease, as at the time it was common to characterize any discomfort a human felt as being a malady that needed. What does it mean to be both an Immigrant and an American.

Listen to this story of one Egyptian-American man who used his understanding of continuous learning to. Most people move through a U-curve of culture shock stages. These include: 1. Honeymoon – marked by enthusiasm and euphoria as students are stimulated by the novelty of their new situation.

2. Hostility – characterized by irritability and negativism as the excitement wears off, difficulties become realized, and self-confidence slips. 3. Crisis – typified by a deep sense of homesickness.Certainly quick, and super-informative to boot. Morocco is such a beautiful, fascinating place, and I found this book to be accurate.

In the crowded ancient medinas, young men in designer jeans haggle over cell phones alongside traditionally dressed women shopping for the fertile countryside, a farmer riding on a goat is as common a sight as a television satellite perched on a /5.Memoir Details Young Author’s Year in Israel Octo By Connor GrahamOne barely has to read past the first paragraph of “Culture Shock,” a memoir by Pikesville native Elana Rubin, to know that the story will follow an American middle-school-aged girl on her way to live in Israel for 12 mont.