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Title: Management of Anxiety and Uncertainty of Indonesian Students in Taiwan
Authors: Pricilla, Paskalika
Keywords: Anxiety Uncertainty Management (AUM);intercultural communication;Indonesian students;Taiwan
Issue Date: 21-Jul-2022
Abstract: Through cultural differences that are felt, especially with the language barrier experienced by Indonesian students while studying in Taiwan, this study aims to find out how Indonesian students manage the anxiety and uncertainty felt when studying in Taiwan. This research uses qualitative research with an explanatory type of research. Based on the results of interviews with the informants, researchers found that over time the informants were able to overcome the sense of anxiety and uncertainty they felt. Using assistance such as keywords, body language, and technology makes it easier for the informants to interact with the local community. In this study, researchers found that anxiety and uncertainty are naturally felt when a person enters a new cultural environment, but an attitude of openness to existing differences is needed to be more receptive to them.
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