Jezewski coined the term cultural brokering for the process of bridging different cultural groups through a mediating force in order to create lasting effects. Cultural brokers understand and exist in both cultures allowing them to properly advocate for individuals or groups.
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Organizations like the IRCM are used as cultural brokering tool for new and old Mainers to better understand one another's traditions, rules, and cultural limitations. This role can often be seen as interpreter, but cultural brokering is more than that. Cultural brokers are the representative for two or more cultures to ensure proper change and less miscommunication.