Cultural Differences and Diversity: Psychological Anthropological Perspective

In a world of refugees, immigrants, and ex-pats; in the era of global culture; the need to focus on the relationship between culture, awareness, and change is getting crucial. Accordingly, the anthropological approach to differences and diversity is expected to provide a crucial base for both bias-free communication and deep listening. Understanding the global pressure of change over the local, culture-bound values and obstacles equip professionals for creating awareness.

This education is designed to support soft skills. Professionals with clients from different cultures or clients who work in different cultural environments and individuals who aim to intensify in understanding the diversity are targeted in this program. Presenting the poetics and politics of diversity, this program aims to help professionals consolidate their path.

The objective of education is to support them in developing cross-cultural competence. Professionals who complete this program are expected to face their own cultural biases as well as to gain awareness of others’ cultural dispositions. During the course of the education, trainees will be presented with cross-cultural examples, encouraged to discuss etic and emic standpoints, and expected to focus on and research a particular case.