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Cultural Transitions-Endnotes

About the Author

Valerie Yates grew up in Taiwan as a missionary kid. As the oldest of seven children, she enjoys public speaking, especially about cultural transitions. She is a Geneva College graduate who hopes to get her Master’s degree in Cultural Studies so that she can present this information to businesspeople, diplomats, missionaries, and other people around the country and around the world. She also hopes to become completely fluent in Chinese and live abroad.

 

 

 Endnotes

1 Dahl, Dr. Kathleen A. “Definitions: Culture." Eastern Oregon University. [Online] Available http://www2.eou.edu/~kdahl/cultdef.html. 16 Oct 2006.

 

2Hoopes, David S. “Intercultural Communication Concepts and the Psychology of Intercultural Experiences.”In Multicultural Education: A Cross-Cultural Training Approach, edited by Margaret Pusch. La Grange Park, IL: Intercultural Press, 1979.

 

3, 5Byrnes, Ronald S. “Towards Other-Regarding Travel.” 231-244. In Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad. Vol. XI. Ed. Brian Whalen. Lancaster, PA: Whitmore Printing, Aug. 2005.

 

4, 6, 8, 9, 17 Hess, J. Daniel. Studying Abroad/Learning Abroad. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1997.

 

7 Slimback, Richard. “The Transcultural Journey.” In Multicultural Education: A Cross-Cultural Training Approach, edited by Margaret Pusch. La Grange Park, IL: Intercultural Press, 1979.

 

10 Austin, Clyde. “Interpersonal Stresses from Living in a Cross-cultural Environment.” In International Conference on Missionary Kids. West Battleboro, VT: ICMK, 1986.

 

11,15 Pollock, David C. and Ruth E. Van Reken. The Third Culture Kid Experience: Growing Up Among Worlds. Yarmouth, MN: Intercultural Press, 1999.

 

12-14  Storti, Craig. The Art of Coming Home. Yarmouth, MN: Intercultural Press, 1996.

 

16 Cervantes, Lorna Dee. “Refugee Ship.” pp 281-283. From Connections: A Multicultural Reader for Writers. Ed.Judith A. Stanford. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company, 281-283.

 


 
 
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