PP   Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Kim, Young Y. Email: youngkim@ou.edu It focuses on the psychological dynamic underpinning of their adaptation process, how their internal conditions change over time, the role of their ethnic and personal backgrounds, and of the conditions of the host environment affecting the process. ALS OJEM WSN . Intercultural Competence in Intercultural Business Communication, DOI: ), International encyclopedia of Interpersonal communication (pp. OJPM OJGen IB IJCNS IJCCE Malden, MA: Wiley & Sons. McKay-Semmler, K., & Kim, Y. (1988). OJIC (2018). In J. Nussbaum (Ed. This study attempts to extend the existing literature by examining the potential moderating role of social support in the relationships between acculturation strategies and cross-cultural adaptation. OJMP BLR Insights into New Media Use by International Students: Implications for Cross-Cultural Adaptation Theory, KEYWORDS: GEP In Deardorff, D. K. Kim, Y.Y. Communication is key in Dr. Kim's theory. JTTs IIM ABCR OJPed JBCPR OJMSi OJC Whenever an individual faces a situation where the old cultural patterns don't work, he/she will experience stress (at some level), deriving from the feeling of confusion. Achieving synchrony: A foundational dimension of intercultural communication competence. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.493, Kim, Y. ETSN PSYCH ACS In C. Berger and M. Roloff (Eds. Soft In L. Chen (Ed. Kim (2001) defined cultural. Further, Kim claims that the greater the co-national interpersonal communication the lesser the intercultural transformation; i.e., functional fitness, psychological health, and intercultural identity. OJEpi AD • The “stress” leads to change • and personal growth. 1988 Intercultural transformation: A system s theory. OJPathology The concept, cross-cultural adaptation, refers to a process in and through which an individual achieves an increasing level of psychological and functional fitness with respect to the receiving environment. Over the years, there have been numerous adaptations of the different stages of the theory of cultural adaptation. I've read this book just once but plan to read it through at least one more time. and Guillemin et al. 1-10). OJDer Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. CN JBBS It is useful to know something about culture shock and intercultural adaptation before moving to live in a new country. co-cultural theory _________ refers to the extent the host environment challenges strangers to adopt the patterns of the host culture and its communication system. Being in concert: An explication of synchrony in intercultural communication. Cross-cultural adaptation refers to the process of internal change in individuals so as to be able to function in an unfamiliar culture. The methodology used for translation and adaptation concerns a well-established process, based on published guidelines for the cross-cultural adaptation of self-reported measures by Beaton et al. SM OJOG In-text: (Adler, 1991) Your Bibliography: Adler, … Unum and pluribus: Ideological underpinnings of interethnic communication in the United States. APM MC In T. J. Socha & M. Pitts (Eds. She has since conducted original studies among other immigrants, refugees, and ethnic minorities in the United States, including Japanese, Mexicans, and Southeast Asians, as well as American Indians. JWARP OJAnes MPS AM OJI OJSS Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. She argues that, in the project of cross-cultural adaptation, we are also embarking on a path of personal development, in which we stretch ourselves out of the familiar and reach for a deepened and more inclusive understanding of human conditions, including our own. OALibJ Co. - Boston, Mass. ASM The process of cross-cultural adaptation.   The identity factor in intercultural competence. It focuses on the psychological dynamic underpinning of their adaptation process, how their internal conditions change over time, the role of their ethnic and personal backgrounds, and of the conditions of the host environment affecting the process. 10.4236/psych.2014.513167 2017. 1619 * 1988: Communication and cross-cultural adaptation: An integrative theory. OJER WJM Newcomers to cultures have used various technologies to resist and assist in the cultural adaptation and acculturation process for as long as immigration has taken place (Kim, 1988; Kramer, 2003).While technology as a broad concept has included numerous innovations such as medical practices and means of transportation (Croucher, 2008; Kramer, 2003), media, the focus of this essay, … GIS OJMetal Vol.6 No.2, (2001) Becoming Intercultural: An Integrative Theory of Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation. Sojourner relationships. ), The Sage Handbook of Intercultural Competence (pp. OJTR An official publication of the International Communication Association. Awareness of what one can expect always helps in the process, but it is also important to remember that there is no one right formula, since every experience is unique. Kim, Y 2009, 'Cross-cultural adaptation theory', in Littlejohn, SW & Foss, KA (eds), Encyclopedia of communication theory, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. AS Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. AID Kim ’ s(1977, 2001, 2008, 2012) theory of cultural adaptation. Becoming intercultural: An integrative theory of communication and intercultural communication. New York: Routledge. 10.4236/health.2018.107073 SNL New Media, International Students, Argentina, Social Networking Sites, Video Chat, JOURNAL NAME: 25. ARS JIBTVA Gudykunst (Eds.) Built on the premise that an individual’s ability to communicate in accordance to the norms and practices of the local culture lies at the very heart of successful adaptation, Prof. Kim describes cross-cultural adaptation as a process of dynamic unfolding of the natural … (2012). 3,334 Downloads  4,112 Views  Citations, A Study on Interpersonal Relationship and Psychological Adaptation among the Influencing Factors of International Students’ Cross-Cultural Adaptation, Risheng Zhong, Di Wang, Yuyang Cao, Xiaojuan Liu, DOI: New York: Peter Lang. The methodology used for translation and adaptation concerns a well-established process, based on published guidelines for the cross-cultural adaptation of self-reported measures by Beaton et al. JSSM Much has been written about recognizing the cultural biases inherent in all problem-solving and development models as well as improving communication between cultural groups. APE Results indicate that international students significantly increase and adapt their new media use while abroad to communicate globally with their friends and family, and locally with their newly formed relationships. ABB and (2) Why does the rate or speed of the cross-cultural adaptation process vary … Strangers in a new and unfamiliar cultural environment often find themselves in stressful situations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.] OJL Communication and Cross-cultural Adaptation: An Integrative Theory.. MSCE POS • Learn about culture shock. In Becoming Intercultural: An Integrative Theory of Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation, 45 … Prof. Kim has organized many thematic symposia and panels, and has presented over 150 competitively selected and invited papers at national and international academic conferences, with 14 of them receiving “top-paper” awards. OJSTA Kim, Y., & McKay-Semmler, K. (2013). and Guillemin et al. Semantic Scholar extracted view of "Communication and cross-cultural adaptation: An integrative theory: Young Yun Kim Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters, 1988, 232 pp., $49.00 (cloth), $18.00 (paper)" by William B. Gudykunst et al. AJPS This involves crossing cultural boundaries. (2009). International dimensions of organizational behavior 1991 - PWS-KENT Pub. OJOp • Rather than see • culture shock as bad, • she feels it is necessary, • even good. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, Kim, Y. ICA CE OJST In this theory, cross-cultural adaptation is conceived as a process of dynamic unfolding of the natural human tendency to struggle for an internal equilibrium in the face of often adversarial environmental conditions. AMPC Young Yun Kim (2001) sees the adaptation process as a spiral, where every new experience in the host culture adds to personal growth. Multiple forces are Cross-cultural adaptation refers to the process of internal change in individuals so as to be able to function in an unfamiliar culture. Position: Professor In 1970, she moved to the United States and completed her M.A. OJSST OJCB ACT OJRad Kim, Y. Such commonly shared adaptation experiences are the focus of this cross-cultural adaptation theory. During the course of translation, adaptation, and validation the TESS questionnaires for the lower extremity (LE) and upper extremity (UE) were handled separately. Prof. Kim teaches undergraduate and graduate courses and direct doctoral theses in the area of intercultural/interethnic/interracial communication. A quantitative research method was applied in this article by using a structured questionnaire as a tool to collect primary data. APD Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Hispanic Youth: A Study of Communication Patterns, Functional Fitness, and Psychological Health. UOAJ (2014). However, the role of Lewin’s ‘field theory’ (1951) and Kim’s ‘cross-cultural adaptation theory’ (2001) has not been considered in this area, despite their profound properties in explaining individuals’ cross-cultural adaptation and its subsequent outcomes in a new environment. Think-Pair-Share How do assumptions shape our understanding of the process of cross-cultural adaption? AUTHORS: Blake Hendrickson, Devan Rosen MNSMS IJMPCERO Contextual theory of interethnic communication. The Processes The Basics of Cross-Cultural Adaptation theory The stress-adaptation-growth dynamic When we experience stress from being in an unfamiliar cultural environment we gain the ability to communicate in accordance with the norms and practices of the host culture and Communication and cross-cultural adaptation: An integrative theory. JSBS She is currently working on a book manuscript in which this theory is fully explicated, elaborated, and illustrated. ), The handbook of conflict communication: Integrating theory, research, and practice (2nd ed., pp. SAR MRC Start your review of Becoming Intercultural: An Integrative Theory of Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation Write a review Rizky Satya rated it really liked it Acculturation and deculturation in the cross-cultural adaptation process. Upon graduation, Prof. Kim taught at Governors State University in Illinois before moving to the University of Oklahoma in 1988, where she has helped to develop a nationally recognized Intercultural Communication graduate programs. CS AJCC AAR ANP Kim, Y. AJIBM Whenever an individual faces a situation where the old cultural patterns don't work, he/she will experience stress (at some level), deriving from the feeling of confusion. OJCD VP 39-56). OJEE Adler, N. J. OJMC OJA OJINM WJNS EPE A grounded theory method was used for data analysis resulting in the development of a typology of cross-cultural parenting. Sage, Thousand Oaks. She was born and raised in Seoul, Korea, where she received her B.A. CM ALAMT Specifically, the translation process should ensure conceptual equivalence in each target country/culture (i.e.   OJBIPHY JIS CRCM She has played leadership roles as Division Chair and on the Board of Directors of the International Communication Association and the National Communication Association. In addition, she has given colloquia, seminars, and public lectures at various universities and organizations in the United States including the most recent presentations at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO (2011) and in the Department of Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2012). OJBD MrJustinForth Recommended for you. WJA CellBio IJNM Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. OALib OJRA Kim & W.B. JGIS Thus, intercultural adaptation is a continuing process of interaction between two cultural beings. OJIM JMMCE Kim further refined and elaborated on this theory in her more recent book, Becoming Intercultural: An Integrative Theory of Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation (2001). TITLE: OJOGas (2011). 639-660). Prof. Kim also has directed, and collaborated in publications, with a number of doctoral theses investigating cross-cultural adaptation in several different cultural contexts. ENG AER Theory Reflections: Cross-Cultural Adaptation Theory Millions of people change homes each year crossing cultural boundaries—from immigrants and refugees resettling in search of a new life, to temporary sojourners finding employment overseas, governmental agency employees, Peace Corps volunteers, military personnel, and exchange students, to name only a few. Although unique in … Scientific Research WJET Kim, Y. JMF YY Kim. Kim’s [1] cross-cultural adaptation theory posits that an increase in both interpersonal and mass communication activities with host nationals will lead to host communication competence. Intercultural adaptation is an infinite game played by souls haunted by their own cultural spirits. Theory Information: Description: Young Yun Kim's cross-cultural adaptation theory is underpinned by two central questions: (1) How does the cross-cultural adaptation process unfold over time? The identity factor in intercultural conflict. Stages of Cultural Adaptation. Young Yun Kim (2001) sees the adaptation process as a spiral, where every new experience in the host culture adds to personal growth. SS degree from Seoul National University. OJNeph ME JFRM Select Journal EMAE OJAS 4,328 Downloads  8,935 Views  Citations. ACES This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday, December 20, 2015. Multilingual Matters, 1988. Kim, Y. OJOph NR AE NS IJG OJU . Newcomers learn to make adjustments in their original cultural habits and are able to attain a level of efficacy in the new environment. As Kim (1995) pointed out, the study of intercultural adaptation can be classified into the individual level and group level. Sage, Thousand Oaks. These are the sources and citations used to research Kim, Y. Y. Add your e-mail address to receive free newsletters from SCIRP. HUMANS HAVE AN INHERENT DRIVE TO ADAPT AND GROW 2. JMP This article investigates the application of Kim’s (2001) theory of communication and cross-cultural adaptation to identifying and resolving areas of conflict in mental health interpreting in Ireland and, by extension, in the wider field of community interpreting. 244-247, viewed 19 May 2020, doi: 10.4135/9781412959384.n91. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: 10.4135/9781452233253.n4 . Kim, Y Y 2001, Becoming intercultural: an integrative theory of communication and cross-cultural adaptation, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 1 December 2020, doi: 10.4135/9781452233253. IJOHNS In Y.Y. The first full articulation of her theory was presented in her book, Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation: An Integrative Theory (1988). 229-243). Kim’s cultural adaptation theory recognizes ICC as an internal capacity within an individual; it proposes that each individual (being an open system) has the goal of adapting to one’s environment and identifies cognitive, affective, and behavioral dimensions of ICC. It tested the Young Yun Kim’s structure model, which contains six dimensions of determining aspects on international students’ cross-cultural adaptation process. Communication Monograph, 81(2), 133-156. Office: Burton Hall Room 132 Finding a “home” beyond culture: The emergence of intercultural personhood in the globalizing world. Newcomers learn to make adjustments in their original cultural habits and are able to attain a level of efficacy in the new environment. JPEE JCT Kim, Y. Make new friends by inviting people out. JHEPGC AMI PST JMGBND by W. Gudykunst). 389-413). JCC 53-65). 45-70). As author or editor, she has produced 12 intercultural books including Interethnic Communication(Sage, 1986), Theories in Intercultural Communication (co-edited with W. Gudykunst, Sage, 1988) Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation (Multilingual Matters, 1988), Becoming Intercultural (Sage, 2001), and Communicating with Strangers (4th ed., McGraw-Hill, 2003, with W. Gudykunst). "The Process of Cross-Cultural Adaptation." Which of the following is NOT something you read about in the additional reading describing Kim's Cross Cultural Adaptation chapter? Office Hours: MW 2:45-3:15 by appt, M 6:00-6:20 by appt. Communication and Cross-cultural Adaptation: An Integrative Theory.. Cross-cultural communication has emerged as a major concern for the helping professions in our multicultural society. In J. Oetzel & S. Ting-Toomey (Eds. Abstract The integrative communication theory of cross‐cultural adaptation provides two models to explain how and why people, on relocating from a familiar home culture to a new culture, are changed by continuous experiences of interacting with the host environment. Published in cooperation of the International Communication Association. JST Young Yun Kim's Integrative Theory of Cross-Cultural Adaptation explains the transformation process that all human beings experience as they move into a new and culturally unfamiliar environment. Fall, 2019 Office Hours: JDM Cross Culture Adaptation Young Yun Kim’s theory of Cross- Cultural Adaptation • Stress-Adaptation-Growth • model! In C. Liberman, A. Rancer, & T. Avtgis (Eds. OJDM (2001). OJPsych OJApo WET ADR ABSTRACT: The current study uses a longitudinal, mixed-method approach to investigate the role that new media, such as social networking sites and video chat, play in cross-cultural adaptation and international student friendship network development. Kim, Y. (1988). International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37(1), 99-112. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2012.04.015. 323-349). OPJ JBNB COMS 520-B01 - Cross-Cultural Adaptation Theory - Duration: 8:06. Graphene CC OJF JBiSE 526 Downloads  1,027 Views  Citations, Cross-cultural psychometric assessment of the parent-teen sexual risk communication (PTSRC-III) scale in Jamaica, Norman K. Waldron, M. Katherine Hutchinson, Hermi H. Hewitt, Pansy I. Hamilton, DOI: Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Becoming intercultural: An integrative theory of communication and cross-cultural adaptation. ), Handbook of intercultural communication (pp. CUS SN 23. OJRM Kim, Young Yun. MI AJOR http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2015.03.018, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2012.04.015. JTR JSIP OJPChem An Academic Publisher. Kim, Y.Y. OJCE JEMAA 105-116). 20 Downloads  50 Views  Citations, Translation, Cross-Cultural Adaptation, Reliability and Validity of the Malay Version of Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) V3.1, Nor Asiah Muhamad, Omar Mihat, Rushidi Ramly, Aniza Abdul Aziz, Rozanim Kamaruddin, Wan Nor Arifin Wan Mansor, Noor Hashimah Abdullah, Mohd Arif Mohd Noor, Rohaida Ismail, Widya Astrina Wisman, Noor Aliza Lodz, Muhammad Fadhli Mohd Yusoff, DOI: She is also a founding fellow and a member of the Board of Directors of the International Academy for Intercultural Research, and was elected to serve as the Academy’s Vice President (2011-13), President (2013-15), and Past-President (2015-17). Boston, MA: Wadsworth. YY Kim. CMB This study aims to extend Kim’s (1988, 2001) model of cross-cultural adaptation and Jin’s (1992; Jin & Cortazzi, 1993) cultural synergy model by providing qualitative data to demonstrate that the intercultural adaptation process is not simply one way, but essentially a two-way process. LCE ABC (2015). ), The positive side of interpersonal communication (pp. (Ed. Communication and cross-cultural adaptation: An integrative theory. OJM Kim, Young Y. 10.4236/jss.2015.33029 AAD OJE IJCM As such, cross-cultural adaptation is defined in this theory as the entirety of the dynamic process by which individuals who, through direct and indirect contact and communication with a new, changing, or changed environment, strive to establish (or reestablish) and maintain a relatively stable, reciprocal, and functional relationship with the environment (Kim, 2001, p. 31). YM. In 2005, she published a formal theory entitled, “Association and dissociation: A contextual theory of interethnic communication” in Theorizing about Intercultural Communication (ed. (Ed.). By employing the broad concept, “adaptation,” Kim (2001) defines cross-cultural adaptation JEAS FMAR YY Kim. theory’ (Lewin, 1951) and ‘cross-cultural adaptation theory’ (Kim, 2001) have not been applied to explain individuals’ adaptive behaviours and cross-cultural adaptation to a new environment. Published online before print (March 13, 2015) doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2015.03.016, Kim, Y. In L. Samovar, R. Porter, & R. McDaniel (Eds. AHS JASMI Insights into New Media Use by International Students: Implications for Cross-Cultural Adaptation Theory. 2.1. More recently, Professor Kim has broadened her research domain to include issues of ethnicity/race, ethnic identity, and interethnic communication. IJIS OJTS The integrative communication theory of cross‐cultural adaptation provides two models to explain how and why people, on relocating from a familiar home culture to a new culture, are changed by continuous experiences of interacting with the host environment. The international encyclopedia of intercultural communication (3 vols.). (1988). OJMS In Becoming intercultural: An integrative theory of communication and cross-cultural adaptation (pp. OJO Kim's theory of acculturation maintains that increasing interpersonal communication within the new host environment will result in increased acculturation. AJCM WJCD MSA OJAppS INTRODUCTION OF THEORY• DESCRIBES THE PROCESS OF CROSS- CULTURAL ADAPTATION AS IT UNFOLDS OVER TIME • EXPLAINS THE STRUCTURE OF THIS PROCESS • IT IS BASED ON THREE ASSUMPTIONS (“OPEN-SYSTEMS”) 1. Detection Becoming Intercultural: An Integrative Theory of Communication and Cross-Cultural Adaptation. In Kim's (2001) cross-cultural adaptation theory she posits that co-national contacts offer short-term support but hinder the long-term adaptation process. OJML Her two-year study of Indochinese refugees (1978-1980) in Illinois was sponsored by the then US Department of Health and Human Services. OJOPM NM OJAPr The Assumptions People travel and move to foreign environments for many different reasons. Interpersonal communication with those residents of the new host culture is expected to facilitate acculturation. AAST The process model presents the stress‐adaptation‐growth dynamic as the dialectic and cyclic psychological movement underpinning … IJMNTA AA OJMIP Social engagement and cross-cultural adaptation: An examination of direct- and mediated interpersonal communication activities of educated non-natives in the United States. OJEMD CSTA She has been invited to give keynote speeches at a number of international conferences including the International Conference of Language and Social Psychology (2007), Shanghai Intercultural Communication Conference (2010), and the Conference of the International Academy of Intercultural Relations (2011, 2013, 2015). (2005). It focuses on the psychological dynamic underpinning of their adaptation process, how their internal conditions change over time, the role of their ethnic and personal backgrounds, and of the conditions of the host environment affecting the process. WJNSE OJAB Health Newcomers to cultures have used various technologies to resist and assist in the cultural adaptation and acculturation process for as long as immigration has taken place (Kim, 1988; Kramer, 2003).While technology as a broad concept has included numerous innovations such as medical practices and means of transportation (Croucher, 2008; Kramer, 2003), media, the focus of this essay, … (2016). Addressing these and related issues, the author presents a comprehensive theory, or a "big picture," of the cross-cultural adaptation phenomenon. ODEM An infinite game, according to Carse (1986), is not “for the purpose of winning”, but “for the purpose of continuing the play” (p. 3). CWEEE OJPP ADAPTATION TO ONE’S SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT OCCURS THROUGH COMMUNICATION 3. IJOC AJMB Young Yun Kim's Integrative Theory of Cross-Cultural Adaptation explains the transformation process that all human beings experience as they move into a new and culturally unfamiliar environment. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday, December 20, 2015 OJOTS (2015). Association and dissociation: A contextual theory of interethnic communication. She continued her studies and completed a Ph.D. degree in communication from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Cross Culture Adaptation Conclusion/Recommendations: • Find ways to meet new people. 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