Regional Perspective

Regional perspective refers to thinking and writing about specific topics from a narrow and focused viewpoint.

For instance, a person might write about "the problems that German citizens have while living in France" focusing on the specific cultural, linguistic, religious, and social difficulties that occur for this particular population. Because people living in their own native cultural or regional group don't automatically understand the perspective of a different cultural group this type of research is important in that it focuses on specific issues that a population has in common thereby being able to focus on understanding and remediating these common difficulties.

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