Another is that the speaker may forget or lack the knowledge of the certain facts of what they are talking about. In this kind of situation, because the speaker has no other choice but to use vague language, it usually cause a negative effect on the content that the speaker tries to convey. Subjective condition refers to that the speaker attempts to hide some information or make the concept unclear
They do not respect people of older age. They can not tell them something without hearing rude words in return. They want elders to respect their opinions but they do not express something valuable and do not dot do anything for what they can be respected. They do not respect opinion of elders whilst they are older and know better in many aspects. They not only respect but they do not want even to listen and to try to
Some people who have misunderstanding or culture shock created by non-verbal behavior. For instance, South American prefer has eye contact, touching or smiling (Davis). But Asian hate having eye contact because they feel uncomfortable of direct eye contact. For family or teacher, they keep eye contact for respect. Other example is Asian is very introverted and restrained.
For example, smile to symbolize happens in meeting a relative, scowl to show the anger and broaden our eyes to indicate surprise. Also, both verbal and nonverbal communication manners are designed by cultural ideas, values, customs and history. (Andersen, Hecht, Hoobler& Small wood; 2002 Emmons, 1998). For example, in the United States most people use forks and spoons for eating. In the East Asia like Japan and Chinese chopsticks are the main eating tool.
This statement is finished verbally and non-verbally, and normally with varied signals or noise. Once 2 folks, A and B, are attempting to speak with one another, their statement somehow becomes unfair or different. This might ensue to an assortment of things such characters, approaches, morals, belief systems, biases, assumptions, knowledge, background. One country is different from another country. The culture is totally different from one country to another.
However, this variation can be explained by culture, environment, and their own experience. For instance, attempt to drink stranger’s water in the environment of IIUM community is not highly weird compared to another places because people may perceive the student as does not have enough money. Moreover, in culture of IIUM community, saying Hi to stranger does not strongly perceive it as violation because they tend to smile to each other even with a stranger. However, some people perceive this action negatively due to his/her own experience as there is a parent that educated their child to not easily communicate with the stranger or they have bad experience when dealing with stranger. Besides, some communities notice the norm violation but they tend to ignore it.
In today 's society, many individuals are lacking an understanding of what discrimination means and how it can negatively impact an individual 's well-being. Moreover, many individuals encounter situations where they feel judgement and looked down upon based on their ethnic background. This can lead to global issues of racial discrimination towards specific groups based on what individuals see or hear. A common practice of cultural discrimination is through the use of generalizations. They engage in the use of stereotypes when judging others, which makes it difficult for individuals to fit with other ethnic groups.
Traditional men will hardly express emotions portraying pain or anguish. Crying, in front of women counsellors or younger men is a sign of weakness (Buhrman, 1987). The use of specific concepts and meanings attached to the words also presents a challenge in counselling situations and could result in misunderstanding. Younger people
Most students are afraid to try to speak in a foreign language they learn because they are avoiding negative evaluations and do not want to be laugh at by their peers in case if they make mistakes. Relating to the condition in IIUM, it is no doubt that students insecurities with their peers stop them from conversing in English. The thought that making mistakes is somewhat embarrassing is the one factor that totally affect student’s
Emotional Barriers and taboos: A few people may think that it’s hard to express their feelings and a few subjects might be totally 'beyond reach's or unthinkable. Absence of consideration, intrigue, diversions, or insignificance to the recipient Contrasts in discernment and perspective. Physical inabilities, for example, hearing issues or discourse troubles. Physical boundaries to non-verbal correspondence. Not having the capacity to see the non-verbal signs, motions, stance and general non-verbal communication can make correspondence less powerful.