My Experience with the Interviewee Culture

My Experience with the Interviewee Culture

I was born and raised in the United States, a country that I can describe as a multicultural society. I have read and heard different stories about American culture. Some stories have made me detest the culture, but others have been inspirational. When I heard that I was free to choose an interviewee for this assignment, the first person I thought of was my Ethiopian friend. He is a young man in his late twenties; he told me that he is twenty-nine years old. I felt that he could be a reliable primary resource for this assignment because he often uses the words "Back home…" in his conversation. This paper discusses my experience with the interviewee and what I learned about his culture.

My interviewee is of Abeshian culture, a general term for people of Ethiopian and Eritrean origin in East Africa. During the interview, I asked him questions about food, religion, political life in his country, language, his expectations while livi

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