This will encourage interactions to be peaceful and accepter of each other’s cultures and exchange positive practices of others. Which let us think critically and accept diversity in form of different prevailing cultures around us. As a whole, these all can be achieved through learning other languages that are the innate languages of other cultures, where we initiate interacting with others from outside our borders, and indirectly expand multilingual abilities. This is condition, through which one will truly discover similarities than differences when understanding others languages. Culture embarks your choices, lifestyles, thinking, beliefs and a lot more to be explored.
Eliminating the causes of crime, like poverty, unresolved personal issues that escalate into violence and a general imbalance of privileges would be much more efficient in the long run, albeit of course it would mean that some people might have to give up their unique position, wealth, and the like. I 'm not saying everyone needs to have exactly as much as everyone else, but if people would have an easier access to education and thus could build up a live for themselves in which they have just enough, nobody would need to commit crimes anymore. This is of course a task that can 't be performed as quick and easy as just installing more cameras everywhere, so the society itself would have to commit to working out
There tends to be a chance of ‘group think’ in homogenous groups where an idea is accepted because all other team members accepts it and in spite of thinking an alternative course of action the group member believes on the basic assumptions that the idea is good. But in a multicultural team all members have different views about an issue and they have wider experience and reach in solving a problem, they bring out alternate solutions and ideas for a common aspect from various perspectives because different cultures have different view towards world. Another advantage of multicultural teams is their responsiveness and adaptiveness. A diverse team is more flexible to adapt changes because it manages diversity within the team. Ability to adapt changes is crucial, and then only the organisation can succeed in adverse situations by taking quick decisions.
In this case, when the subject matter of the dispute is highly technical, arbitrators with an appropriate degree of expertise can be appointed (as one cannot “choose the judge” in litigation). Arbitration awards are generally easier to enforce in some countries than court judgements. In most legal systems, there are very limited avenues for appeal of an arbitral award, which can be either an advantage because the dispute solved faster. Arbitration can produce different solutions that are not court based. The awards could be compensation, an explanation for what happened, an apology, a promise never to repeat
For example, as immigrants live in communities where it is not possible to survive without acquiring national language, they will start to use national language as their first language even though it is completely different from their mother tongue. As long as people have migrated, they have had to learn the language of their new home country. This is a matter that never ceases the debate in the media and between politicians. The idea was that a better command of the native language could help the child succeed in new society. However, once immigrant children are helped in mastering their native language in a more academic way, the success will be overall.
If people do not break each other’s trust the world would be a much better place as no one would suspect someone else of any wrong doings and thus they will not quarrel. A person’s character is not how he/ she acts in a play or film but is made up of the mental and moral qualities which are distinctive to an individual. Knowing a person’s character is very important to prevent misjudgements. In life, there are many instances where we trust a stranger blindly and find out much too late that they had an ulterior motive behind our friendship. Knowing a person’s strengths and weaknesses can also help you recognise their character.
It’s like deciding that if people speak French more than English, therefore it should be treated as a global language. Many people would be terrified at this suggestion. The idea that native English speakers would have to learn another language is a thought that would never cross their mind unless they were moving abroad. So, if native English speakers aren’t willing to learn the basics of another language, why should they expect the rest of the world to try to learn the English language just to suit themselves? It may be hard to imagine but English isn’t really the most spoken language in the world.
The reason for applying this strategy in the creation legal terminology might be that due to its qualities in some cases a metaphorical term may turn out to be more suitable as it may be able to replace a lengthy explanation or it may bring the most correct understanding of the idea, so there would be no use in trying to put it somehow differently. Prof. Matilla (2006: 75) states that in contrast to medieval legal language which used to be figurative, modern is neutral, with only few modest traces of the colourful legal language remaining. He argues that metaphors in particular are rarer in the modern legal language, however, there exist differences between the diverse legal cultures, as in legal English metaphors are more frequent than in legal French. However, according to Matilla, metaphors are still being used in some situations
My friend and I once again point out differences in our culture, compare and contrast them in order to find the most suitable way of communicating. Another reason why culture differences can be utilized is that the information people share can be plentiful and diverse. The more we receive, the less misunderstanding we get. When communicating, we - human - exchange our culture in our languages, behaviors and gestures. At first, we may not understand everything shared but if they happens again and again, our brain will recognize and get used to it.