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This assignment is designed to send you on a cross-cultural field trip where you become a minority of one. The worship part is not the central issue; finding yourself as a minority in a situation where you may be uncertain what is expected of you is the central issue.
In your one to two-page report, don't tell me how you discovered people can worship in any culture. In fact, don't focus on the worship event itself.
I'm looking for what you felt. I want you to process whatever uncomfortable moments you felt. You may tell me that you did discover that God speaks more than one language.
Do not report on an experience you had months or years ago before this course began. It must be an experience you have had since starting this class on Cultural Anthropology.
-- Howard Culbertson
Cultural Anthropology course resources: Cultural adjustment realities Cultural Bingo icebreaker Bwanda Fusa game Cultural anthropology case studies Christianity and culture Course home page Path to cross-cultural understanding Culture shock Ethnocentrism Exam study guides Kwast's culture model Light bulb illustration: What do you see? Missions and culture Monoculturalism My own culture shock PowerPoint presentations used in class Reading report Reentry: Coming home Research paper topic suggestions
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