Cultural Differences And Cultural Diversity

1993 Words Jul 8th, 2015 8 Pages
In this study, the data being gathered was analyzed. The data was taken from the survey tests from 81 participants. Since there were a total of 81, 47 were males representing roughly 58% of the respondents, and the remaining over 40% were female. Those participants were drawn from various ethnicities that would include Asian, Black American, White Caucasian, and American Indian. According to Brunner (2005), he confirmed that “subjects of any studies that would relate to cultural differences and cultural diversity would include those people who belonged to their ethnic origins” (p. 28). Consequently, those participants were equally drawn from different countries in the world to participate in the study (p. 28). A majority of the respondents could speak English and Arabic, which represented 74.39% and 75.61% of language proficiency respectively. It revealed in the study that Korean was the least spoken language among respondents at 1.22%. In fact, the age range that most participants fell under was between 18 and 24 years followed by 25 – 30 years, which was amounting to 48.78% and 39.02% respectively.
Based on the study, when they were asked, which degree they wanted to complete at WMU, they replied mostly to Bachelor’s Degree. That was the choice for most participants representing 56.10%. On the other hand, 1.22% of the participants did not choose any education programs offered at the campus and opted for other specific reasons for their purpose in joining the institution.…
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