A Journey Through Cultures

Author: Luciana Cardoso de Castro Salgado
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Metaphors for Guiding the Design of Cross-Cultural Interactive Systems Luciana
Cardoso de Castro Salgado, Carla Faria Leitão, Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza.
Table 5.1 Relations between five conceptual viewpoint metaphors Domestic
traveler Observer at a distance Guided tour visitor Foreigner with translator
Foreigner without translator Cultural approximation 0 1 2 3 4 Intensity of
mediation Not applicable 2 3 1 Not applicable and help them to handle, among
others, the cognitive, ...

Tourism Studies The Emergence Of A New Systemic Approach Examples From The United States And Europe

Author: Piero Innocenti
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But what matters more is the fact that, in advertising and even in some scientific
writing, there is an incorrect use of the terms tourist, visitor, foreigner (alien),
guest, client, all of which could actually be used with a more precise significance.
In fact, as already mentioned, the proper tourist is a person who moves from his/
her usual place of residence to the pre-chosen destination for one or more nights
for leisure and/or cultural purposes. In a broad sense, the term tourist is also used
for ...

Internationalization Design And Global Development

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... are explicitly guided as they experience selected aspects of a foreign culture
through interface signs and interaction forms borrowed from this culture's
language(s) and social practices (using the guided tour visitor metaphor). oWeak
Mediation: users directly experience the cultural practices from a foreign culture
through interface signs and interaction forms; only the users' native language is
retained as a reference to his native culture (using the foreigner with translator

Intermediate Yoruba

Author: Abraham Ajibade Adeleke Ph. D.
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/ajejo/ may mean 'visitor, foreigner, guest, 'stranger' One custom among the
Yoruba is that when they give a visitor1 something, it is not proper for the visitor to
reject it. By [his] doing this, they think that a visitor that refuses to accept
something is being ostentatious or that he does not like them or that he thinks that
he has had enough [of everything]. Therefore, it is proper that a visitor accept
whatever is given to him. In the second way, the visitor or the host should not
point his finger at ...

English Synonyms Explained And Illustrated

Author: G?nther J. H.
Publisher: Рипол Классик
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He began by drawing a most formidable-looking bludgeon loaded with lead from
his pocket. — CONAN DOYLE. On my way I was attacked by a rough with a
bludgeon. —- ibt'd. Him a conscientious constable floored with a truncheon. I.
ZANGWILL A couple of policemen fell out and drew their truncheons to walk
behind the Commissioner. — F. A. sreeu 542. STRANGER. FOREIGNER,
Stranger (adj.strange) a person unknown to us; one not belonging to the house (
a guest or visitor).

Global Tourism

Author: Sarah M. Lyon
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In this way, the local Nalu are obligatorily hospitable, a position that could
eventually lead to tension with visitors as their resources are stretched thin. At the
same time, throughout West Africa, hospitality is a source of great pleasure for the
local who is able to accommodate his or her guest. In this sense, foreigners are
always welcome since they bring news and gifts from the outside. It is up to the
anthropology of tourism scholars to recognize and validate these customs in
West Africa ...

New Zealand Culture Smart

Author: Ljiljana Ortolja-Baird
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Don't use any “I'm a visitor/foreigner and did not know the law/see the sign”
excuses for speeding offenses, as police have no discretion, and vehicles that
exceed the speed limit by more than 6 mph (10 kmph) are automatically ticketed.
Fixed and mobile cameras (often in police cars) are used anywhere and at any
time. Cycling New Zealand is rich in breathtaking scenery and cycling around the
country is a rewarding way to appreciate the country. It is a cheap form of travel
favored by ...

Colloquial Greek

Author: Niki Watts
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1 νς is used to mean guest, visitor, foreigner 2Of the four evils – living away from
one's homeland, losing one's parents, bitterness and love, having to leave one's
homeland is considered the worst. 3 It is used to describe the hospitality
extended to many visitors to Greece by the local Eμαι νς–νη, δε μιλ καλ τα ελληνικ
. Θλω διερμηνα πυ μιλ απ + στρ from + bend, turn Lesson 11 Exercise 1 (a) 1 The
patient went to. Exercise 9 πνω πτ μεγλη η θλασσα αργ Exercise 10 η γυναικλα η
γυναικλα ...


Author: Lorena Cebolla Sanahuja
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So classical thought defined the subject in relation to the world as full citizen,
citizen, serf, slave, visitor, foreigner, and barbarian. On the other hand, this
relation between the right to have a say in the affairs of the community and
property is accompanied, “philosophically or in political thought”, by the idea of
an original community of mankind where everything was shared, a negative
community of possession or a community of use, when things where res nullius (
i.e. no one's), and ...

Hate And Bias Crime

Author: Barbara Perry
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... visitor, foreigner.39 Not surprisingly, this reaction is especially strong toward
those who retain the language, culture, and customs of their ethnic heritage. Yet
even Asian Americans who exhibit no obvious cultural40 or linguistic41 signs of
recent immigration are presumed to be foreign, incongruous newcomers. Finally,
Asian Americans are seen not as individual but as fungible. To treat a person as
an individual requires recognition of those characteristics that distinguish that
person ...