Does the culture we are raised in influence what we remember about our favorite childhood food? Would the Dutch differ in this from Expats? And if so, how?
by Katerina Pouliasi, post written for Iamexpat.nl This question is discussed with a self-reflection way. Readers of the ‘IamExpat’ are asked to answer two questions to evaluate themselves in different cultural context. The answers have to be spontaneous… To read the article please visit
Offer to your ‘distant’ counterpart in the other country just 2 words of ‘your’ language! Is what we asked in one of our recent cross-national comparative survey. Just to conclude our participants’s responses with a kind gesture! For example, we have asked employees of a large Telecommunication company in the Netherlands to offer two Dutch words to […]
Precondition: Do you get the chance to experience interactions with people from ‘other’ culture(s)? It’s then up to you! Here is the decathlon towards developing the 21st century skill of managing ‘your’ multicultural mind:
An analysis of a small survey among the participants of my lecture: ‘Do individuals in one culture make sense of their lives in different ways than individuals in another culture’? held at the Netherlands Institute in Athens (NIA). For the analysis please visit A pdf NIA_Dutchin Athens_analysis
Differences between Dutch and Greek individuals By Katerina Pouliasi for the AΩ International Online Magazine The notion that culture affect what we all understand as the ‘right’ Self and whether this understanding relates to how we explain social behavior is discussed in the ΑΩ International online Magazine. To read the article please visit the AΩ International Online Magazine by following […]