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Different cultural behaviors, disparities, and removal of barriers during communication process

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  • 1Humanities, LNCTS, Bhopal

Res. J. Language and Literature Sci., Volume 7, Issue (3), Pages 17-19, September,19 (2020)


In this article I want to share the study that how different cultures influence communication at workplaces and at home as well. The working style is deeply influenced and affected just because of different cultures. In any organization it is quite natural to have employees of different cultures, who belong to different regions, dialects, cultures, and habits etc. These differences can be proved as disparities sometimes and sometimes can be proved as similarities. Cultural differences can take place because people need to communicate and communication is possible only through the language. Therefore, we can say that people from different states and regions must be having different languages and pronunciation and a particular body languages. If it is possible to meet the differences at the meeting of different cultures then it is also possible to remove the barriers of cross culture communication.


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