Cultural Conflict With High Degree Of Mental Illness, Anomie And Delinquency

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cultural conflict with high degree of mental illness, anomie and delinquency. Robbins builds his case on the idea that adolescents’ good English learning can lead to good performance at school through learning from other peer formal language, adjust to social norms such as dress and behavior (Lum, 1993 cited in Henkin, Santiago, Sonkowsky, and Tunick 2000). Robbins’s findings show extra attention demand from the boys through misbehaving and requiring extra discipline in his own EAL class. Robbins (2004) also finds a great deal of classroom competition despite the collectiveness of the Vietnamese culture and the unit concept among families (Freeman, 1975-1995). Boys also argued more than girls with physical fighting. On the other hand, girls had more ability to learn through collaborative and cooperative assignment actions, whereas boys established and maintained relations through showing and demanding their own identity (Ellis 2004). Boys were also more assertive, while girls kept calm and spoke softly. It is useful to look at the results of the previous study to see gender influence in the behavioral actions and acquisition in the Palestinian refugees’ English language classroom. Attention must be dedicated to the cultural and social system of the Palestinian refugees, which can add new insights and reflections to the study.
Cuban Refugee Women English Language Education (U.S.) Butcher & Townsend (2010) conducts a study about the overwhelming task of English education of…

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