What is important about word choice and language when communicating with culturally diverse people? Give examples or reasons for your answer.
Definition of many words have changed over last 100 years, Webster Dictionary (used world wide since late 1800'S) has defined many terms, words, and phrases in a way that has been widely adapted in many nationalities, and popularized in to what we know today as real world speech. Modern day generation, (born 80s to 2017) have introduced a stylish way of redefining uses and meanings of everyday words. Slang pronunciation pertaining to a certain crowd, gang, group, clan, clik, sect, nationality, etc. have also achieved their personal meaning in speech dialect, All is American Slang, criminal slang, back slang, rhyming slang, and other types of slang. Purposefull strong directive words used singularly or/and spoken combined in a certain order/phrase and/or certain tone of voice, mentioned and misused around and within the Not Agreeable crowd will cercaintly have a negative backfire. When just in America in ethnic dominate and divers neighbor hoods, American street English is common and in most areas a need to know language to communicate with the crowd. Street credit/smarts/speech defines personalities judged by the intermediate popular side of general public, and self esteem and confidence are affected by general judgmental society.
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Importance in word choice/language/dialect/speech/slang directed in converse towards culturally diverse (nationality) populations/groups/types(',goth,jock,skool kid,college,modern teen, hippie,) mexican/Hispanic/Chicano, North-south American, Canadian, russian, asian, American/Black, Native, Pacific islander, Hawaii, ect..
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effort intention of (to) attempt:, to keep a certain level of peace, respect, integrity, reflective society standards, sincere moral gratification, sincere Community awarness, mission for relative public conversations.......ect...
Mar 26, 2017 |