Intercultural Communication


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Intercultural Communication
Today due to increased globalisation, individuals are extremely mobile. When we speak of globalisation we often think that individuals are mobile for economic reasons, however this is not always the case. On the contrary many individuals are also mobile for various other reasons such as displacement due to wars and also refugees due to natural disasters. Australia is a continent that many immigrants aspire to reach for various different reasons. Today Australia is seen as the land of ‘greener pastures’ because of it economic wealth. The primary language that is spoken in Australia is English, however English that is spoken in and throughout the different parts of Australia vary to a great extent from...
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