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Published: 5 August 2022

Cultural Adaptation and Social Experience of International Students at UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Samsul Susilawati, Ni’matuz Zuhro

Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.03.531

Pages: 134-141

Keywords: Cultural Adaptation, Social Experience, International Students

Abstract

This article discusses a system to prevent fraud in voting activities in Indonesia by utilizing information technology, in this era of globalization, the world seems to be "shrinking" so that our intensity to connect with foreign people and cultures will be higher. Moreover, if it is connected with our desire to realize a world class university, then our interaction with foreign people and cultures will become increasingly frequent both through academic collaboration, joint research and the most intense is when we do cross-cultural learning. Therefore, a wider capacity to understand cultural diversity is needed. Intercultural communication is a process of sending and receiving messages between people whose cultural background can lead them to interpret verbal and nonverbal signs in different ways. The communication skills acquired will facilitate one's movement from a mono cultural view to a more multicultural view.

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