Lifestyles in the city are vastly dissimilar from the ways of people in the country. The expansive cultural separation between the two segments of society can make it hard to believe that they actually exist in the same world. The gaps are socially ingrained, but they are subconsciously enforced by drastic juxtapositions between economic means of each group.
Educational resources are relatively meager in country areas. Academic institutions are placed in the big cities, which is also true of libraries. This culminates in significant dialectical differences for each group’s language. Slang does not equivocally translate because Read the rest of this entry »