Language is understood as unfolding and evolving because of many interactions across the world. Many elements are being dialectically interconnected because of discourse. More recently, Critical Discourse analysis stresses the point of multi- disciplinary approach to discourse as a way of incorporating other disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, political science and many more as the apparatus of acquiring more
In general, ‘Culture’ refers to values, beliefs, and customs that exist in society. Hofstede gives a definition that “Culture is the collective programming of the mind that distinguishes the members of one group or category of people from other”. Although definitions of culture vary, there is common that culture is shared, adaptive, and transmitted across generation. It is certain that culture plays an important role in organizational behavior, since the values applied in each organization in the world differ across cultures. Due to globalization, importance of assessing culture in the filed has grown rapidly over the past two decades.
These primary differences also have a lot of impact on the initial encounters and can be easily noticed and serves as filters with which people view the world while secondary dimensions such as religion, education, geographical location, income etc., are those qualities that are not noticeable in the first encounter and can even change throughout different encounters. These qualities are only noticed after some interactions occur between individuals. (Ashton 2010). Globalization in this recent time has triggered more interaction amongst people from different cultures and backgrounds than before. People are now more open-minded in the marketplace worldwide with competition coming from almost everywhere in the continent.
The proposed system for Dynamic packaging enables users to build a customized trip by assembling various components of their interest which will be helpful to control the cost of package also. It provides enough flexibility to adapt tourist's needs and restrictions. So, the next generation e-Tourism infrastructure must support flexible automation, integration, computation, storage, and collaboration. With rapid expansion in size and diversity, the Linked Data cloud has gained significant attention in the Semantic Web community over the past few years. Nowadays, the big challenge is to integrate Linked Data and semantic Web services in order to take advantages of two technologies and to create a new synergy.
As explained by Conner Forrest in the article “How tech is changing the way we think and what we think about”, “As we explore new ideas, we have new ways to connect and collaborate over those ideas thanks to technology.” The way we view ideas has changed. Now we can rewrite, edit and add to ideas on the fly. Information is not static anymore, information moves at a fast pace. This is teaching us a lot of good information. Creating relationships is common when people are sharing lives with others.
I based the research on my own enculturation process, after being exposed to two different cultures, in order to perceive, how nurture affects and correlates one’s culture, language proficiency, and personality to a greater extent than nature. Anthropologists, sociologists, and psychologists, each of them all have a different approach and understanding of the culture knowledge the human brain learns through life. Taking the anthropological advance, it is stated that cultural transmission cross culturally happens very easily nowadays due to globalization. (Evans. 2017) An explanation for this can be
1.0 Introduction Communication is a well-established systems means of connecting people around the world (Sarker et al., 2011). Communication has evolved through technology advancement over the years. However, intercultural issues ranging from verbal to non-verbal communication problems have impacted negatively on reliable communication. This work is aimed at discussing various issues concerning intercultural communication using selected culture model/framework. It also analyses the issues presented in the case study.
1.0 INTRODUCTION Culture has links with tourist behavior as it is an element that is closely linked to existing cultures around the world to make decisions and ways of life that affect the diversity of religion. Culture has certainly affected many elements throughout our lives consciously or not. Culture is something that has many features in terms of art, multi-racial lifestyle, belief in various religions and races and more to do with it. Culture plays an important role in the form of attraction in the tourism sector as well as aspects affecting tourist behavior. The study of culture makes us to know more about other religion as well and give us a good understanding to be socialize with various races in Malaysia.
Successful procedures that solved problems in the past may become part of the culture. These flows are developed informally and are difficult to manage because they sometimes conflict with the top down flow. External influences can be absorbed and handled by the people who work at the interface between the organization and the external environment. These are important because of increasing trends in mergers, acquisition, alliances and many more. Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions Theory The findings of this theory have been proven to be very important in M&As because of his findings regarding cultural differences between nations.
Two important frameworks were used to provide guidance for the research and to define the direction of the empirical study. These include the theory of acculturation which also includes the question of possible marginalization of young immigrants. The conceptual framework has to do with the concept of generation which researchers have shown that it needs reconsideration due to increasing mobility in world that continues to undergo globalization. The significance of providing a theoretical perspective for a study has been emphasized by Bak (2004) that they have the capacity to offer some level of bonding for the study and has the capacity to establish a firm boundary within which the research could be explicated. The need for a theoretical perspective