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And fluency of english language had improved

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and fluency of English language had improved, resulting in immediate acculturation with different groups. Meaning that the networks continued to extend to people who do not have any knowledge of Russian or came from post-soviet satellite states. Doubtless, when the question was asked to express their viewpoints on life between now and then [comparing living in the US and Uzbekistan] there was some dissatisfaction emerging on different aspects of the spectrum. My younger brother and cousin agreed that they like living there mostly because of access to material needs like the internet, technology food, and clothing which is more expensive in the native country and least convenient to low-income families. Additionally, access to mobility in terms of traveling within the states and across the borders, which was financially limited to our families. Mainly because of the salaries, cost of products and other needs, including financial or medical help to people with disabilities; who were mostly excluded by the government due to the high value of corruption and gender inequality. In other words, in most of the suburban areas of the cities, gender division of labor practiced by the majority of the society under the cultural norms which prohibits females from working in service jobs other than domestic duties after marriage. To conclude, throughout this research I have gained an additional information about my families and relatives experiences of immigration and adaptation to the new way of living. Some of the knowledge gained through the interviews was evaluated and extended by the other family members during family meetings whereby everyone participates in various discussions. However, it was further indicated that older members were often thriving to pursue younger generations that life in Uzbekistan is the 'dead end' as they called it. The shift in socio-
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economics, as well as education, is one of the most common things that are relying on their conversations to promote hard working in school or college which eventually would resolve in better possibilities.
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  • Fall '09
  • mckinney
  • Sociology, Personal life

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