College of Arts and Sciences
The world is changing. College graduates have to go up against and face newer and stronger challenges that they may not be 100% prepared for. The goal of this study is to provide a way to successfully understand the environments college students are heading into and how to be able to appropriately and effectively navigate through them. In order to achieve this, this study will examine theories centered on an individual’s ability to appropriate into a culture or community without creating conflicting views or overall conflict. A tool kit provided at the end of this study will allow individuals recently graduating from college to understand their own lack of knowledge in social issues that if not addressed can cause their inability to successfully participant in a work environment.
Work environment; Conflict management; Diversity in the workplace; Work--Social aspects
Citation: Pilot Scholars Version (Modified MLA Style)
Garcia, Danielle, "Self-Training Tool for Entering Multicultural Work Environments: A “How Not to Offend Your Co-Worker” Guide" (2018). Communication Studies Undergraduate Publications, Presentations and Projects. 90.