THE GHANA EXPERIENCE WRAP UP: By Alisa Mosby

While I sit here reflecting back on my Ghanaian experience, I am finding it really hard to express my experience in words.  Ghana has been an amazing life changing experience.  The challenges that the Ghanaian citizens have to endure on a daily basis and yet they are happy and full of love and life has…

Europe: Wrap Up

Where I was & What I did While in Europe I was able to visit four countries during a two month period: the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, the French Republic, and the Kingdom of Spain. Visiting these countries opened my eyes to the importance of global communication.…

Cambodia wrap up

It’s hard to describe with words my experience in Cambodia. This was truly a life changing experience that helped me put things in perspective. I would say that the one thing that truly captivated me about Cambodian culture is the positive outlook they have about life. Cambodians are known for their smiles, they are constantly…

Cultural Profile: Northern Ireland

Low-Context Culture Northern Ireland is known for its castles, breathtaking views, and as the primary filming location for Game of Thrones. During my short time there, I was able to visit Belfast and Fermanagh. I stayed with a friend and her family, which was amazing because I was able to be totally immersed in Northern Irish…

More than Just Smartphones: Spain

Face to Face over Texting One of the most interesting observations I made while in Spain was how they socialize. As I have mentioned in previous posts, the Spanish have strong family values, are a more physical culture when communicating, and also have high access to smartphones. Like in the United States, this high access…

Cambodia: Communication Technology

I wasn’t expecting the level of technology development I noticed when I was in Cambodia. Although, the majority of the population still live in rural areas and the country is still recovering from the Khmer Rouge regime and internal conflicts. In the major cities, it is very easy to find free wifi spots and people…