Cultural Competence: Explained

This is a case study where a group of Midshipmen on a semester abroad run into trouble. You’re the protagonist in a fictitious eastern European country. You’re out with your buddies. A local guide has been showing you around, and he bids adieu, after calling for a taxi. So far so good. You have a group of students, different ethnicities, genders, generally different outlooks and experiences. And there’s a decision to make. Do you go into a bar, without your guide. The first decision point here is the group dynamic. Not everyone in the party sees this the same way you do.

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