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This is a presentation on cultural differences. This is where East meets West. Understanding cultural differences would lead to conflict resolution. There is unity in diversity.

This is a presentation on cultural differences. This is where East meets West. Understanding cultural differences would lead to conflict resolution. There is unity in diversity.

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  • 1. “... affects the issues that members bring to a group and the ways in which they might be either ready or reluctant to explore these issues”. -Corey, 2010
  • 2. Yang Liu, a 35-year-old ChineseGerman artist. One of her projects, “East Meets West,” was first exhibited in Germany a few years ago and features pictographs representing the differences between Eastern and Western (specifically Chinese and German) cultures.
  • 3.  Many Asian cultures and even African cultures promote interdependence rather than independence stressing reliance on the family and the individual’s community (Sapp cited in Sharf, 2008).
  • 4.  Asians tend to show more respect to guiding authorities or mentors.  Asians tend to be more conforming, compliant and into social learning than their counterparts in Western Cultures (Chang, 2011).
  • 5. Chang, L. et. al. (2011). Cultural Adaptations to environmental variability: an evolutionary account of east-west differences. Educational Psychology Review, volume 23, 1. Corey, M. (2010). Groups: process and practice, eighth edition, USA: Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning. Corey, M. (2006). Groups: process and practice, seventh edition, USA: Thomson Brooks/Cole. Gladding, S. (2008). Groups: a counseling specialty, fifth edition, USA: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall. Sharf, R. (2008). Theories of psychotherapy and counseling, concepts and cases, fourth edition, USA: Thomson Brooks/Cole. Yang Liu slideshare
  • 6. Salamat Po!!! Thank you very much!!!