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Intercultural Research and Interview Assignment
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Full name Professor Subject Date Knowing the Vietnamese People Doing an interview is a difficult task. It involves a lot of planning, looking for potential interviewees, making them agree for an interview and synchronizing our schedules. Although it has been mind-boggling, the result is very productive and fulfilling.
Grace Brown grew up is a neighbor who grew up in San Jose, California. She grew up in a small family with a single mother and a brother who is two years younger than she is. As many single mothers are, Grace’s mother was always busy with her jobs in the office and at home. Consequently, there was not much conversation Grace had with her especially about matters like cultures and races. She claims that perhaps what influenced her more about her perceptions about Vietnamese is the neighborhood wherein he grew up. She had a few Vietnamese neighbors whose children her age became her playmates. She recalls that she once had a girlfriend who sometimes invited her to their house to play with her toys. She was always glad to join her because she did not like staying at home with her brother and their caretaker. The mother of her Vietnamese girlfriend was very friendly who was always ready with a big smile to welcome her whenever she knocks at their door or even when she is still a few meters away calling for her friend. She says the mother often talked with broken English because they just arrived in the country just a few years so that she was not yet able to communicate well in English. ...
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