Intercultural Communication - Comparing Sydney Suburbs Double Bay and Auburn
The Sydney suburbs of Auburn and Double Bay are different societies culturally, economically, racially and this was easily seen in a comparison between the two.
The most obvious differences between the two suburbs are found through cultural observations. Auburn City Council's slogan is "many cultures, one community" and the reason for this is immediately evident when walking down the suburbs main street. Shops line the street selling foods and products from many different cultures, the main being Australian, Turkish, Arabic and Asian. Young Muslim families wonder up the street, a considerable number of mothers, daughters and women wearing the hijab and in conservative clothing. This is a sight not to be seen in Double Bay as the main street is lined with modern Australian shops and all signs are in English. The strong majority of people are of Anglo-Saxon decent and those who are not come from far western European countries such as Italy and France and all are dressed in what is considered to be 'fashionable' clothing.
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