Language and culture in policymaking

Discuss the importance of understanding language and culture in policy making, planning, or program development (for example, the creation of a community service program, mitigation planning, sheltering, and so on).

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Language and culture are much-intertwined concepts. Language is a combination of sounds and signs that are used for communication by people of certain cultures. Culture, on the other hand, is a community’s way of life. Therefore, because language is the part of culture involved in communicating, then it is the part that is vital in teaching and spreading culture (Ang et al., 2007). The language also only makes sense when used within particular …

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