In general, communication is sharing the information between two or more people whether it is formal or informal. However, to create the relationship in the organization is sharing the information are the key to success (Harris &Nelson, 2008). Cross cultural communication mainly focuses on how to interpret individual differences the ability to communicate with others. Persons who have different cultural and background usually need more time to adept the situation than those who familiar with the environment (Fink, Neyer & Kölling, 2006). People who know the foreign culture tend to be more aware on how they trying to deliver the information.
“The Jungle” is a novel written by Upton Sinclair on a Lithuanian family that comes to America to achieve the American Dream. The family goes through many trials as poor immigrants, struggling to get wealth, happiness, and opportunities to succeed in America. Sinclair talks about socialism and its benefits. He also exposes the corruption of capitalism and the political system in America. An initial reading of “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair might appear to be literary fiction, further analysis suggest that it is primarily a work of propaganda.
Proctor serves as the voice of reason and justice. As he is the one, who knows the reality of Parris, so he is always anger with him and seldom go to the church. Parris is an example of appearance versus reality. As in his first appearance, he seems good father, who cares about his daughter but in the fact, he only cares about his reputation, as he says “they will howl me out of the Salem for such corruption in my house” (1.10). Parris has always disagreements with Proctor and both of them angry with each other.
When her husband, Bill Hutchinson, pulled out the slip of paper with the black dot, she protested that they didn’t give her husband enough time to pull out the slip of paper that he wanted. The author stated that Tessie yelled out at Mr. Summers, “ You didn’t give him enough time to take any paper he wanted. I saw you. It wasn’t fair!” (5) Her protest caused her beloved husband, Bill, to yell at her and tell her to shut up. Other characters in the story such as Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Delacroix also went against her and told her to be a good sport about the lottery.
Bilingualists are more aware of language differences and are better at learning new languages regarding the connections they make. Furthermore, bilingualists have more flexibility in thought and, in the same time, divergent thought. In addition, bilingualists are more opened to other cultures, are more gentle concerning their attitudes towards minorities. (Life with Two Languages: An introduction to Bilingualism, Francois Grosjean) On the other side, the bilingual experience, even though, at first sight, it may seam to give only advantages, involves several drawbacks, which need to be disscused and taken into consideration when we analyse the concept of bilingualism. On the level of language development, researchers found a variety of problems.
You will meet many people from other counties around the world and we have same purpose that is traveling alone. It makes you more assertive. Some people speak in the difference language to you that opportunity to learn other language from your foreigner friends. Exchange the new experience with your new friends. A lot of experiences from other people have useful for your travel.
Myrtle’s behavior around money is first displayed in the apartment Tom rented with Nick, Catherine, and the McKees, as she complains to the groups about her husband George’s financial and social shortcomings: “‘Well, I married him,’ said Myrtle, ambiguously. ‘And that 's the difference between your case and mine.’ ‘Why did you, Myrtle?’ demanded Catherine. ‘Nobody forced you to.’ Myrtle considered. ‘I married him because I thought he was a gentleman,’ she said finally. ‘I thought he knew something about breeding, but he wasn 't fit to lick my shoe.’… ‘He borrowed somebody 's best suit to get married in, and never even told me about it, and the man came after it one day when he was out.
Stowe combining these two factors influences the audience to view him as a human being instead of focusing on his ethnicity and actions. The text states, “I had a father—one of your Kentucky gentleman—who did n't think enough of me to keep me from being sold…I saw my mother put up at sheriff's sale…My master traded with one of the men, and brought my oldest sister… I grew up… no father, no mother, no living soul that cared for me… nothing but whipping, scolding, and starving…my master, takes me right away from my work, my friends, and all I like, and grinds me down into the very dirt! And why? Because, he says, I forgot who I was; he says, to teach me that I am only a nigger!” (Stowe
The open- ended questions help to encourage respondents to expand on their responses which may open up new topic areas not initially considered and help to simulate participants’ experiences. They also help to produce detailed pictures that may assist the researcher to explain why people act in certain ways and their feelings about these actions. Unlike the quantitative research, the qualitative method involves the studying of phenomena in their natural settings, rather than in a laboratory setting and thus produce results that are more true to life. Again, unlike the quantitative research, which focuses on isolating, reducing and controlling the variables involved, qualitative research obtains a holistic picture of the subject under consideration. This helps to provide rich information and highlights individual differences between the participants.
Jemu always scolding his wife by saying that she is not a suitable pair for him. “you are following the script of a village idiot, she is unsuitable to be my wife”. (306) Biju finds how the immigrants from the poor countries are exploited and ill-treated “They dreaw the lines at crucil juncture”(23), and, on the top, rich colonial, and down below, poor native; Colombian, Tunisian, Ecuadorion….Above all, the restaurant was French, but below in the kitchen it was Mexican and Indian. :(21) White men also sheet, “Uloo Ka patta, son of an Owl lowdown son-of-bitch India”. (23)….The habit of hate had accompanied Biju and he found that he possessed anawe of white people who arguably had done India a great harm.”(77) So it happens with Jemu, Saeed and others in different parts of the world.