Discuss about the Superdiverse Repertoires and Individual.
The following paper discusses about the fact of the intercultural communication in the entire world. This has become one of the most common traits in the modern day world. The different cultures are coming closer to each other because of the needs for their professions. They are coming closer and the barriers are getting slashed by the integration of the immigrants and the emigrants. The author of the article has blended the ideas of the intercultural communication very well. He has focused on the various factors like the citizenship, dis-citizenship, sociological mixing between the two kinds of cultures and the process of ‘registering’ and ‘enregistering’.
The provide article for this paper named as ‘Citizenship, Language and Superdiversity: Towards Complexity’ written by Jan Blommaert has brought out the different aspects on the said topics. Language is the one barrier that had been separated the different sections of mankind residing in different zones of the world. However, this is the very reason that language has become the one common medium to communicate with the different language speaking people. It has also helped to mitigate the diversity that had existed in the world till date. The sociolinguistic transformations in the different sections of the society have unified the different layers of social status. He has also argued the Internet has become one of the mediums that have helped to bring the different language speaking people closer to one another. The virtual world created by the internet has developed the communication technology all over the world 
The social life has been redesigned by the introduction of the internet and the various other communication technologies  The complexity in these fields has been increasing altogether because the people have become quite complex in their mindset and critical thinking abilities. According to the author, the ‘vertical’ patterns of the stratification and rest restratification have been the components of the historic and dynamic processes in the world 
Summarization of the main key points
The main and key points that have been focused in this article are the citizenship and dis-citizenship, the processes and norms in the social change, the emergence of the technological advancement through internet, the transformation of the mindset of the school children, the institutionalized sociolinguistic face of the citizenship has been evolving in the past few years in a large way  The concept of citizenship in the traditional manner has been outsmarted by the new notions as the national boundaries can no longer constrain the people of the different countries.
The factor of immigration has a lot to do in this case because the need for the development of the social environments which are full of superdiversity is of immense. The people who come to other countries permanently need to develop their skills in a large way because they need to adjust themselves to that modern society and cultural environment. The immigrant has to face a very critical life in the country that they immigrate in. This eventually turns out to be a challenge for them. They have to adjust to the new language and education modes, gender, labor and almost in any kind of things.
The polycentric nature of the citizens is something to be focused on. The people who live in this polycentric environment have to co-exist with the people currently living in these situations. The immigrating people have to integrate within the polycentric environment as they have no other choice. The sociolinguistic factors will be of immense importance since the immigrants are settling in from different regions of the world. The reason for such a polycentric environment in the society has been created of superdiversity.
Examples to support the points of the author
The author has put up some clear examples how these sociolinguistic influence, superdiversity factors and other mentioned things have taken place. He has given the example that the condition of the young Muslim women in the West has been one of the polycentric social environments  The people who already live in those polycentric environments think that the immigrants will very easily integrate into every niche of the society. This is very tough indeed since they cannot adjust to those situations in a very short notice. The author cited the example of the ‘hijab’ that is an inseparable part of the Muslim culture  The people of the host society think that the immigrated people will very easily integrate with the dominant values of their society as well as with the religious values of the diaspora 
The matters and issues that the author has incorporated within the article discuss about the many things like that of the citizenship and dis-citizenship. It is very easily comprehensible that the political dynamics of the host countries and their cultures have a huge impact on the sociolinguistic factors of the host countries. The experts, legislators and decision makers of those polycentric environments have to adjust to the different aspects of the complexity in the social and cultural environments  It is a very complex thing to integrate the immigrant people within that category of the polycentric environment. The factor of imagination is one of the most important things in this facet because imagination of the people of the host countries and their point of view towards the immigrant decide upon the facor how they might be treated. These things create huge impacts because the linguistic resources make the integration into the host countries makes it easier for the immigrants to settle in and spread the communicative competencies through strong mediums through internet.
In conclusion to this paper, it can be said that the factors of language, communication technology and other important things have a huge impact on the understanding of the superdiverse environment. The immigrant people have to make a lot of adjustments to make in the country they are settling in. it is the duty of the host people to make such important adjustments through proper communication and adjust with the polycentric environments.
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