I need assistance with an assignment. I was interviewing a young lady from Mumbai, India for an international course. Due to illness she is not able to finish my interviews but I still need a lot of information.
Each student will interview an international, full-time employed resident regarding his/her cultural experiences in the United States. Your interviewee must have been living in the U.S. for at least 3 years and should have moved to the U.S. within the last 20 years (i.e., moved to the U.S. between 1993 and 2010).
Focus specifically on expatriate issues such as challenges faced in the U.S. (e.g. cultural and day-to-day challenges), unexpected differences (e.g., the interviewee’s stereotypes of the U.S. not being upheld), the experience of culture shock, and methods used to facilitate adjustment to the new culture as well as the similarities across the two cultures. You are expected to conduct research on the interviewee’s home country and societal culture and compare it to the U.S. business context when analyzing/ discussing the interviewee’s responses.
First, briefly give background information on the person you interviewed (e.g. his/her nationality, education, current position, prior international experience, how long the person has been in the U.S.). Then, introduce his/her culture and for the bulk of the assignment, delve into his/her experiences. Be sure to link your discussion to topics and theories covered in the course. On a separate page that is not counted as part of your page limit, include a typed list of the questions you asked during the interview.
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