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Language Barriers on African Nationals in Morocco

Author(s) Jamal Eddine Mouktadir
Country Morocco
Abstract Morocco has become a destination for many African people over the last few years. So, thousands of African nationals have arrived in Morocco, both to settle and create a social life or to prepare for migration to Europe. Obviously, the issue of language barriers is a problem for those foreigners. One of the major obstacles foreigners face in Moroccan every day life is the issue of communication. The language barrier is the most remarkable obstacle since it prevents to communicate with others, which is indispensable in day -to- day life. It might generate obstacles for national Africans, such as applying for a job, pursuing studies, obtaining medical treatment, acquiring housing, and generally surviving. With an increase in foreign mobility to Morocco, adaptation challenges and issues have become more common. Adaptation to a new culture occurs on a variety of levels, including social, psychological, academic, and environmental. Adapting properly to a new culture is critical for social and academic success. Adapting to a new culture and way of life, on the other hand, has never been easy. The present investigation is to highlight the various challenges faced by African nationals with language barrier.
Keywords African migrants ; Communication; Language barriers; Life style; satisfaction.
Field Sociology > Linguistic / Literature
Published In Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
Published On 2024-02-04
Cite This Language Barriers on African Nationals in Morocco - Jamal Eddine Mouktadir - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12813
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