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The Conflict with Traditional Culture - The conflict with traditional culture The general people consider Hong Kong as an international city because a lot of cross-cultural enterprises choose Hong Kong as a landing base to enter into Chinese market and even Asian market.As a result ,the conscientious of women leadership can be brought into the working ecology through the expending of multinational firms. Nevertheless, it is misleading that the concept of women leadership can wholly be applied to companies in general and help increasing the number of women leader....   [tags: Traditional Culture, Hong Kong]
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Overview of the Arab Culture - Name of Culture Arab is not a race, but is a group of individuals that are united by their culture and history (ADC, 2014). There are many different variations commonly based on a particular individual’s country of origin such as Arab Americans. Other variations are based on their social class, the level of their education, if they live urbanely or rurally, or the time they have spent in the United States (Lipson & Dubble, 2007). Most Arabs also practice Islamic religion and are Muslim. When working with an Arab or Muslim client, nurses should ask what the client wishes to be referred to so as not to offend them in any way (Lipson & Dubble, 2007)....   [tags: culture, middle east]
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Whale Rider: The Maori Culture - Reflective Introduction The purpose of this reflective outline is to demonstrate a thorough understanding of theories, concepts, and/or strategies relating to cultural and social religions. “Whale Rider” (Caro, 2002) , is a depictive representation of a cultural religion that has survived on the belief of male inheritance as their form of guidance; however, history has shown that change is inevitable. For example, throughout history, religion has played a pivotal role in the development of individuals, including the evolution of societies....   [tags: culture and religion, reflective outline]
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The Social and Pragmatic Aspects of Culture - Although, the term “culture” is in many ways undefinable and constantly changing in meaning, this does not make it any less worthy of study, particularly in the realm of sociology. Culture and the social world are separate fields, yet they rely on each other in order to be understood and observed. As Peterson argues, culture is characterized by the norms, values, beliefs, practices and symbols that individuals express and enact within society (Griswold 2013:3). If this is so, then culture is deeply intertwined with the social world, and by extension, the study of sociology, as people's interactions work to develop, perpetuate and alter the aforementioned collective aspects of culture....   [tags: collective identity, social world, culture]
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Organizational Culture and Management - Organization and management would have a strong influential by organizational culture which is emerging from its nature and content (Janićijević, N 2012). Organizational culture is known as a crucial influential factor in evaluating organizations in various contexts and aspects. According to Robbins and Judge, organizational culture is a set of norms, values, attitudes and belief, which the members of an organization have built and adopted through mutual experience and which help them to determine how the things done and the way of members are supposed to behave (Robbins & Judge, 2011, pg 555)....   [tags: person culture, freedom, gurus]
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Texas’ Individualistic and Traditionalistic Culture: The Impact these Ideologies have had on Texas State Government and the Reasons People Support t - Texas is a unique place with a colorful history of legendary cowboys and tall tales. The state stretches over the middle section of the southern United States. Texas has experienced shifts in governmental control within the United States. French, Spanish, Mexican, and Confederacy, and all having once been in charge, not to mention the time Texas spent as an independent republic. Texas has had many battles and wars within its borders, resulting in seven different constitutions within a span of fifty years between each document....   [tags: Culture ]
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Analysis of The Theory of Culture - Culture can be reffered to as antonym of cult. Questioning culture is quite a trend in a contemporary society. Societal norms have been clashing with the individual’s ideals and views much recently. For certain nations, which demostrate a deeply rooted culture, this transformation seems to be inconceivable. Whereas the merits of imbibing the views of foreign cultures inculcates a differtial approach in task handling. Through the following document, I intend to grasp the wisdom bestowed upon by geniuses such as Geert Hofstede and various others who contributed to the globe theory, and how their advocations personify INDIA’s culture dimensions; and thereby influence the statistics of Human re...   [tags: culture, geert hofstede, human resources]
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A Camparison of Chinese and Lation Culture - A Comparison of Chinese and Latino Cultures The way in which cultural societies perceive their elders vary in range. These perceptions influence behavior toward the elderly, as well as develop cultural guidelines. These cultural guidelines aid in developing ideas, customs, traditions and values; resulting in a representation of one’s culture. How cultures view their elderly directly reflects how cultures care for the elderly as well. Del-Pino-Casado, Frias-Osuna, and Palomino-Moral (2011) suggest that care of the elderly, especially long term care is informal, and typically instituted by family....   [tags: culture, elderly, family, care giving] 656 words
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Organizational Culture Profiles - The purpose of this paper was to construct organizational culture profiles using the “Now” and “Preferred” average scores from the Organizational Cultural Assessment Instrument (OCAI) to get a pictogram of how the current culture for the Medicaid Integrity Group (MIG) matches the preferred culture. Organizational culture is not just any thoughts, values, and actions, but rather the unifying patterns that are shared, learned, combined at the group level, and internalized individual members. The findings of the OCAI provides a clear picture of the MIG’s operating culture in terms of behaviors that is believed, expected, or implicitly required and indicated items that could be changed to alter...   [tags: Sociology, Culture] 1177 words
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Rape Culture: Are Women Asking for It? - Merril Smith’s Encycolpedia of Rape defines the term “rape culture” as “one in which rape and other sexual violence against women . . . [is] both prevalent and considered the norm” (174). Rape is not a new subject in today’s society, its origins reaching far back into history. What causes rape, though. Is it the primal drive of men to exhibit dominance over all women, or do the women share the blame because of the way they dress, act, or do their makeup. Modern American culture would place the blame on the woman who “provoked” the attack; however, a woman should not have to park closer to the building she is entering, nor should she have to carry protection just in case a sexual predator dec...   [tags: Rape Culture, Sexual Violence, Women]
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Visual Culture vs Television - Visual culture has shifted our traditional, ritual, ceremony with television. In this generation we are heading towards a more visual culture. Technology such as television has held to countless antisocial behavior in young developing minds leading to a lot of apathy in our traditional American culture. With an increasing demand in technology, television viewing habits is starting to materialize as a problem in the American society. This habit has negative effect on our perceptions, behaviors and how we interact with each other....   [tags: Visual Culture Decline]
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African American Culture in the Americas - ... However, not all of this wonderful music was met with praises, as some southern states had forbidden drums, or beats for fear that it would cause a rebellion among the slaves (Sambol-Tosco). Even so, the exceptional melodies that the African Americans had created had a truly lasting impact in the future of all American music (Sambol-Tosco). Many of the slaves had used music as a way of conveying their emotions like through ring shouts and spirituals, where they often shared their joy and hope, or pain and sorrow (Sambol-Tosco)....   [tags: Africa, ditinctive culture, sounds, music]
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Relocation and its Effects on Culture - Relocation and its Effects on Culture part 2 This ethnography paper is concentrated on the cultural differences a Jamaican man, coming from Jamaica, has to endure or thrive in order to belong into the culture of the United States. The person I interviewed is a close friend of mine and his name is Travis. Originally he didn’t want me to include his name but had a change of heart while I was editing the original paper. Travis is a pure bred Jamaican. His parents are Jamaican, his parent’s parents are Jamaican, and so forth....   [tags: Jamaica, United States, American culture]
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Hippie Culture in America - "I wish we were all hippies and we did yoga, lived and cottages, smoke weed and accepted everyone for who they are and lostened to wonderful music. And i wish money didn't make us who we are, i just wish we could redo society" (Marley, 1968). According to Hippie Culture, (2010)"Being a hippie" was originally born as a subculture, youth movement, which began on The United States of America near the 1960's, it started as a pacifist movement that was againist wars and the bad gobernment. Stated by Hippies, (2009) is being hippies a culture....   [tags: thoughts, culture, natural, happy] 1135 words
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Anonymous and Counter Culture - “We are #Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget #ExpectUs #MillionMaskMarch #OpVendetta #UK”. That message is from the many tweets off of Twitter that the group Anonymous. That message has been one of their many slogans. In Anonymous’ case how do you have an all-encompassing slogan when you have no structure or hierarchy. When you are just a loosely aligned group of internet users how do you become an international group that is an example of an alienated counter-culture Anonymous is many things....   [tags: hackers, counter-culture, alienation]
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Hispanic American Culture Dance - Hispanic American community are rooted from their origins in Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and other Spanish speaking countries that have come together and form a culture in the United State of America. The culture is built in different categories; for instance, religion, social custom, health practices their privacy, and birth. They come from a comprehensive familiar culture that has been called the second in America. Because of their pride and affection they feel unsafe to give up their past. Their notoriety in the United State has been their resistance to assimilate; their guarded image of Hispanic-American culture has been the tongue of flame....   [tags: Hispanic, American, Culture, Dancing, ] 925 words
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Views of American Culture - “Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don't fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgement, repeated every day” (Rohn1). Viewing pop culture it is common to see people who are being judged. These people are judged and put down in harsh ways, most frequently these stars are doing simple things that the average person would do.Is it so abnormal for a young woman in her twenties to drink. The legal drinking age is twenty-one. Is it so bad that people lose control of things occasionally under stress....   [tags: pop culture, egoism, relativism]
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Swazi Music and Culture - Swaziland has a fascinating culture that is often celebrated through its unique blend of musical styles. The country, which is landlocked by the Republic of South Africa and by Mozambique, is the last remaining country to use a system of government similar to the structure of an absolute monarchy. Although today it now has some democracy, most of the power still lies with their ruler, King Mswati III. In 2004, a humanitarian crisis was declared in Swaziland because the country was experiencing drought, land degradation, increased poverty, and HIV/AIDS....   [tags: african culture, africa] 852 words
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The Importance of Language and Culture - ... As long as deaf people exist signing will manifest itself. Historical proof of this statement is Martha’s Vineyard. During the eighteenth century of early American history, on the coast of Massachusetts a self contained island had a high concentration of congenial deafness in this village. There was both deaf and hearing people living and communicating effortlessly. This island is an example of how important communication access is regardless of modality. Everyone living up until 1952 spoke English and communicated in sign language....   [tags: identity, traditions, social, norms, culture] 3195 words
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What Culture Means to Me - Every human is unique because of the genetic diversity, and also their culture. Culture does not necessarily define a person, but it does influence one’s beliefs and values. Culture can be defined as shared patterns of behaviors, ways of thinking, and interactions that are learned through socialization. Your genetic make up, most likely, will not change, unless you are somehow introduced to radioactive substances. Culture, however, because it is learned, it can vary and it can change over time....   [tags: Genetic Diversity, Beliefs, Values, Culture]
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Pop Culture Argument - According to Dabrali Jimenez, of the New York Times in a recent article on Goth Lolita Culture “There is a world in which the childhood fantasy of Alice in Wonderland seems to collide full force with the Addams Family” Jimenez, D (2008) p. CY4 of the New York Times Edition: A new generation of Lolita’s makes a fashion statement, Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/28/nyregion/thecity/28trib.html?_st=r=1&scp=3&sq=gothic%20lolita&sce&oref=slogin Goth started out to be cute young women with bows, polka-dots, and strange virtual designs on their clothing....   [tags: Pop Culture]
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Chinese Culture Traditions - The dictionary defines “culture” as “the behavior and beliefs characteristics of a particular social, ethnic, or age group”. I am Chinese-American also known as ABC, American Born Chinese. I speak Cantonese and English. My parents are both from China. I was born in Manhattan, New York, and raised in New York. There are many different things from my culture that are different from other culture’s. Many people with different culture’s have different foods, holidays, and religions, which makes us all special and different in our own ways....   [tags: Chinese Culture] 567 words
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Romanticism in European Art and Culture - Of all the movements in European art, Romanticism has by far the most difficult origins to pinpoint due to the broadness of its beginnings, artistic expressions, and time frame. Inspired by “nature, an awareness of the past, a religious spirit, and an artistic ideal” (Barron’s 6), Romanticism is one of the most significant influences on European culture. By looking at modern paintings, we can see the influence Romanticism has had throughout the generations. With Romanticism, artists have been able to take painting to different levels....   [tags: Romanticism, European Culture, art, Europe,]
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Leadership and Organizational Culture - House et al. (2007) discovers that leadership and Organisational culture are closely linked together as leaders influence the culture of their organisations. Researches talk about a range of leadership definitions but it is not easy to define. (E.g. Western, 2008; Yukl, 2010). However, Cohen (2009) critically analyses definitions from Dracker (1996), Eisenhower (1969), Northouse (2004) and finally summarised the definition of leadership constitutes five elements. First of all, ask question to set direction, which means effective leaders need to listen to followers’ voice respectfully and then share the common goals and ideas with them....   [tags: Leadership Theory, Power, Culture] 1813 words
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Culture Behind the Curtain - ... They greatly influenced younger people who saw the world with more open eyes, and they kept infecting more and more people. Dissemination of Western culture into the USSR, as planned early in the Cold War, was affecting the Soviet public psyche. Cultural infiltration as a means of fracturing the confines of life under communism took hold; Soviet knowledge of the West was factually redefined, eschewing communist propaganda campaigns and begging the question of why Soviets had so much less than their foreign counterparts....   [tags: Soviet-American relations, culture]
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Modern Popular Culture: Katabasis - My example of a katabasis in modern popular culture is from the (2004) Sci-Fi television series Battlestar Galactica, created by David Eick and Ronald D. Moore. The basic premise of the series is that a civilization of humans is nearly, brought to extinction after a surprise attack from a cybernetic race known as the Cylons and subsequently the survivors set out on a voyage to find a fabled lost homeland. I thought this series would be a good example because of all the motifs it borrows from Greek and Roman mythology....   [tags: Pop Culture, Battlestar Galaactica] 1155 words
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The Viking Society and Culture - “We and our fathers have now lived in this fair land for nearly three hundred and fifty years and never before has such a terror been seen in Britain as we have now suffered at the hands of a pagan people. Such a voyage was not thought possible. The church of St. Cuthbert is spattered with the blood of the priests of God.” These are the words of Alcuin of York, an Anglo-Saxon scholar, describing the first recorded presence of Norsemen warriors and their attack on Lindisfarne, a holy monastic undefended island of the coast of England in 793 A.D....   [tags: pagans, attack, financial, political, culture] 2966 words
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Description of Humanism Greek Culture - During the Hellenic Age which is sometimes known as the classical period for the Greeks and is dated c.500-300 B.C. In this time period the Greek culture flourish philosophy developed, sculpturing became more sophisticated, and the greatest of them all was the birth of humanism. Humanism is described as being “any system or mode of thought or action in which human interests, values, and dignity predominate” (“Humanism n.pag.). Humanism meant making men superior over all things and that men were supreme even over the Gods....   [tags: greek culture, hellenic age, humanism]
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Ecuadorian Culture, Facts and Figures - Introduction The American continent is divided in 3 regions: North America, Central America and South America. This last region counts with many countries that have a high adult and child mortality rate. For the purpose of this paper I selected Ecuador has the country with one of the highest number in mortality rate. According to the World Health Organization (WHO, 2011), the mortality rate for child under 5 years old was 23 per 1000 births and for adults the probability of dying between 15 to 60 years old was for males 162 and females 89 per 1000 births....   [tags: South America, economy, health, culture]
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Organizational Culture and Its Performance of Organization - Introduction of Organizational Culture In general, organizational behaviour can be defined as a code of behaviour, seeks to comprehend the people behaviour as they react in organizations. Culture is part of the topic will be covered as well. Withdrawing from the studies in anthropological that concentrate on the organizational values, belief and norms regarding the way of things should be done in an exceptional organizational environment. There are many authors which has been characterized the organizational culture as extraordinary quality and technique of the organization that something to do with people (Kilman et al; 1985) and how things are done in an organizations (Deal & Kennedy, 198...   [tags: behaviour, core values, culture] 1912 words
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Problems in Adjusting to the Culture of Australian Universities - Universities have their own particular cultures and for students who join these institutions of higher learning, adjusting to such culture of a university usually takes time and effort. Considering the culture of Australian universities, students face a number of problems in an attempt to successfully adjust to this culture. Apparently, these cultures related problems are pertinent to Australian traditions and cultural practices. Among these problems include; adjusting to a new culture, cultural stress, cross-cultural male-female relationships, reverse cultural shock, communication difficulties which finally lead to learning difficulties, cultural discrimination and a decision made after gra...   [tags: culture, cultural practices, Australia]
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Ethnic Minorities and the Preservation of Culture in the U.S. - In the current landscape of culture in the U.S.A. many ethnic minorities find it difficult to give up their native languages to speak the English language, because they feel that they are losing a part of their culture. However, what they should realize is that by accepting the English language into their lives they are not losing a part of their culture, they are gaining a new identity for themselves and their culture. The most common reason for ethnic minorities’ fear of giving up their languages is fear that they are losing a part of their heritage and identity....   [tags: Minorities, Culture, USA, ] 910 words
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High and Popular Culture - The distinction between high and low culture is largely centred upon relations of class and power. Bourdieu (1984) says to understand and enjoy the high culture, such as theatre art need a certain amount of knowledge, which means high culture is for people who have educational and cultural capital. He also mentions popular culture is for the public and it mostly contains the ordinary circumstances of life. Williams (2002) also mentions industries in popular culture work to gain the favor of the majority that means popular culture is mundane....   [tags: Relations, Class, Power, Culture, Society]
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Slave Resistance Through Culture - Research Paper Slave Resistance Through Culture When slaves were brought from Africa to the United States, they were stripped of their human rights and forced into a life of oppression. The conditions of harsh labor led them to resort to different forms of resistance to help them cope with the reality of the situation. One of the ways the slaves found resistance was through their culture. Culture helped the slaves stay resilient because it was all they managed to hold on to after they had been removed from their home in Africa and were forced to develop in their new home....   [tags: music, african culture, human rights] 867 words
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The Sociological Aspects Of The Media And Popular Culture - The media influences how people experience social life. Media such as newspaper, television and film, are important sources of information, education and entertainment. It can be used to learn more about the world and the people in it. In this regard it can be said that the media represent, interpret and endorse aspects of social experience (O’Shaughnessy and Stadler, 2005). The media are also implicated in social regulation, or in other terms, the government of society. The media are implicated in government and politics in an obvious way because modern systems of democracy are conducted through the media....   [tags: Media, Pop Culture] 1625 words
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Popular Culture Affect Gender and Sexuality - Gender is a sociological factor which is a set of relationships, attributes, roles, beliefs and attitudes of human. On the other hand, sexuality can be referred into two traits. First is Biological; second is Physiological. Biological trait is about the difference of sex organs, the production of estrogen or testosterone. Physiological trait is about the difference of facial features, size of bones, shoulders, muscles, fatty issues. According to American Psychological Association, gender and sexuality impacts and is impacted by cultural, political, legal, and philosophical aspects of life....   [tags: media, communications, popular culture]
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Hernando De Soto and the Mississippian Culture - The Mississippian culture was a mound building culture that flourished between 800 CE and 1500 CE. They were present in a territory that extended from the Appalachian Mountains, to the Mississippi River. The Mississippian culture first began to develop in the Mississippi River Valley. Many cultural traits are recognized as being a characteristic of the Mississippian culture. Although not every tribe practiced every trait considered to be Mississippian, they were discrete from their ancestors with the taking on of some, or all of these traits....   [tags: History, Native Culture]
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Culture Clash and Dispossession and Indigenous Australians - CASE STUDY ANALYSIS Introduction: It is amazing to note that humans are a type of species that can smartly organize and form a community. Several of these communities create their cultural norms and beliefs that make their society a place to live. Willis, K. and Elmer, S. (2007, p3), defines society as the identifying pattern of behaviour, meanings and beliefs in order to uncover the links between individual lives and social forces. Accepting this definition as a fact, the analysis of this case study will take into consideration culture clash, the history of indigenous dispossession, and contemporary health issues faced by indigenous people....   [tags: Australia Indigenous History Culture]
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Impact of Globalization on Mexican Culture and Identity - The ethnic- Mexican experience has changed over the years as American has progressed through certain period of times, e.g., the modernity and transformation of the southwest in the late 19th and early 20th century, the labor demands and shifting of U.S. immigration policy in the 20th century, and the Chicano Civil Rights Movement. Through these events Mexican Americans have established and shaped their culture, in order, to negotiate these precarious social and historical circumstances. Throughout the ethnic Mexicans cultural history in the United States, conflict and contradiction has played a key role in shaping their modalities of life....   [tags: Mexican Culture and Identity] 2066 words
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Culture May Shape The Interpretation of the World - ... “Cursing” and “humor” are regarded as a normal and appropriate behavior for men but not for women. What impressed me most during the show was two Chinese beautiful girls’ sharp and sarcastic talking style. Their talk style not only involved “insults and personal attacks” but also used excessive amount of curse words. They directly criticized two young guys’ appearance and dressing style as “out of fashion” by using a list of sharp and aggressive words. This made other Chinese audiences laughed; some of the Chinese audiences standing in front of us found it funny and turned slowly to glare at them with curious looks....   [tags: Culture and traditions, women, style] 725 words
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An Ethnographic Study on Children’s Culture - Children spend most of their time in institutions such as schools, learning, in order to provide themselves with the education they need to make their dreams come true. Children view these institutions as a space for sociability where they can form bonds with others, outside their families, as they create and spread their own distinctive culture (McDonnell 26). As a reading buddy at Brooksview Middle School, the knowledge I acquired while there was fascinating as it allowed me to reflect upon my own experiences and relate it to what we were learning in the course....   [tags: Sociology, Childhood, Culture] 786 words
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21st Century Teaching and Learning Culture - For reforming a school culture, it is important to point out the characteristics that the superintendent would like the principal to address in order to create a 21st century teaching and learning culture. From the description of the superintendent, first, the students in this high school have limited goals, objectives, and aspirations. Second, it seems that there are a lot of full-time teachers and they teach until they retired. Third, there is a high rate of single mothers need assistance in living their life differently....   [tags: culture reform, class environment]
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How Barbarians Effect the Culture and Environment - It is to my understanding that Theodore Dalrymple’s main argument is that civilization and culture is precious and should be conserved and defended. He brings to mind the question of “Why do we do the tasks we do and how does it compare to the bigger picture?” It is important for human beings of set societies to vitalize and protect their identity. Barbarians and brutes will exist as long as mankind does and will lash out upon societies when they feel threatened or unjustified and as long as there are these brutes and barbarians, there will be destruction....   [tags: culture, art, music, civilization] 1057 words
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Has Culture Enhanced or Hindered my Freedom of Choice - How has my culture enhanced or hindered my freedom of choice. First I ask myself “What is culture to me?”. My definition of culture would be common thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that are carried from one generation to the next. Then I ask “What is freedom of choice?” When I think of the expression “freedom of choice”, I think of an individual going through life making choices as they please. I, being that individual, do make my own choices but the more I think about it the more I realize that the choices I make are actually influenced by many factors in my life....   [tags: culture, choice, ] 714 words
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Argentina - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette - Understanding Global Cultures Argentina   Argentina Introduction Argentina is an 8th largest country in the world. Cultural name of Argentina is Argentine and Argentinean. It is located in South America, with borders of Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires. Primarily, most of the Argentines are European descent, which separates them from other Latin American countries. In Argentina, 97% of population have Spanish and Italian. Spanish is local language and also used into government offices....   [tags: Argentina Culture Essays]
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Ancient Egyptian Culture and Its Influence on Poetry - Cultured and socially structured, Ancient Egypt was a civilization highly advanced for its time. The Nile River provided the gift of fresh water allowing the surrounding land to be settled. Its yearly predictable flooding created fertile soil for farming. This was the perfect environment in which Egyptian society would prosper. Egypt was equipped with all the amenities of a modern society including people who married, had children, practiced religion, and even had festivals with food, beer, music and dancing....   [tags: Culture, Literature]
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How can a company develop an entrepreneurial culture? - How can a company develop an entrepreneurial culture. Corporate culture can help to bind together members of the team as they internalize the values of the particular corporate culture. Individuals entering the enterprise for the first time are initiated into the culture in various ways, sometimes through a deliberate programmed of induction, and persuaded to identify with this culture which then influences their behavior. As a consequence, all will act in the desired way regardless of and in the absence of any sanction or incentive....   [tags: Corporate Culture] 769 words
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Pueblo Dwellings: Anasazi People and Culture - Introduction When researching Pueblo dwellings and the Anasazi people "Anasazi meaning ancient ones in the Navajo language"(Lynnd2012). Information retaining to the culture and how permanent dwellings did not start until the Anasazi started growing their food. Prior to agriculture, all food was product of hunting and gathering, this made moving across the country more frequent to be able to gather enough food. Once they started to farm and cultivate they stated building the first sets of housing which consisted of holes in the grounds and only later would they build on top of the holes with stone and mortar, this didn't happen till around 750AD and was a means for storage....   [tags: Native American Culture]
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Exposing Muslim Youth to American Culture - ... At the end of the day, only the strong Muslims, who carry their Islamic faith in their hearts, survive. The influence of the liberal culture stands as an inevitable reality of life in the United States. In the process of developing and crafting their identity in high school, Muslims face a prodigious challenge as they strive to respect and live by the core values of Islam, but their environment, in a place where more and more people are becoming secular and losing their sense of morals, is immensely influencing the way they live and leading to the collapse of their Islamic fundamentals....   [tags: culture, entertainment, social networking] 834 words
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Social life and Culture: A Comparison of Qatar and the United Kingdom - This essay examines the differences in social life and culture between the sovereign Arab State of Qatar and the United Kingdom. Geographically Qatar occupies a small peninsula in the Persian Gulf with a land border with Saudi Arabia. The United Kingdom (UK) is a sovereign state, comprising mainly of two islands with numerous smaller islands. The UK is surrounded by the North Sea, the English Channel, the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea. Northern Ireland situated on the smaller of the two main islands, shares a land border with the Republic of Ireland....   [tags: Culture, Sociology] 1119 words
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Steps in Banana Shoot-Tip Culture - ... During sterilization process, precaution on safety of alcohol is important to avoid an immediate fire because alcohol is inflammable. Hence, to avoid unwanted injury happens dry sterilization of instruments using gloves bead sterilizer is used. Next is sterilization of nutrient media. The media that involved in banana tissue culture are Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium, microelements, macroelements, and vitamins. All the media are then sterilize with autoclaving and filter sterilization techniques....   [tags: plant tissue culture] 1042 words
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History and Culture of the People’s Republic of China - The People’s Republic of China is a country with one of the richest cultural backgrounds and the largest population in the world with 1,338,612,968 people. It holds “1/5 of the world’s population” (Banister 2). Located in eastern Asia, it is the fourth largest country with a total area of 9,596,960 sq km and the second largest electricity consumer and exporter after the U.S. The vast amount of natural resources make China one of the leading manufacturers of the worlds products from raw materials such as steel and iron to finished goods as toys, various machinery, textiles and electronics....   [tags: Chinese Culture, ] 1624 words
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Greek Relevance to Today´s Culture - Greek Relevance to Today’s Culture There is no educational, scientific, or artistic endeavor in western culture under which one cannot denote some type of ancient Greek influence. Greek influence and respect is so profound there is actually a name for it known as Philhellenism. To identify the influence Greeks have on our modern society we must first have a brief but comprehensive knowledge of who the Greeks were and how their society evolved into one of the most influential social structures and cultures in the historic timeline....   [tags: philhellenism, structures, knowledge, culture] 1898 words
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The Effects of Rape Culture in Modern Society - Even though the first amendment states freedom of expression, statistics show rape and sexual assault numbers have risen due to the presence of rape culture in modern society. Rape culture promotes more assaults and violent acts, not only towards women but also towards men. Some evidence rape culture is present in today’s society are rising statistics showing that only three out of a hundred rapists see jail time and that over 17 million American women are victims of sexual assault every year. Rape culture is seen in every aspect of daily American life, even if people do not realize it....   [tags: rape culture, femisim, sexual assault]
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The Femme-Butch Culture - As a member of mainstream sexuality and gender expression, the constant need for men and women to portray certain human emotions, expression and to only feel sexually towards the opposite sex is a common occurrence. What we are not used to seeing or thinking of is how genders are defined and expressed within other cultures. I have chosen to take a closer look at the subculture of lesbians and the subculture within that community; Femme-Butch culture. I will address the groups history and how this affected the Femme-Butch culture, discus what being a Femme means and feels like for self identified Femmes, followed by a discussion about the experiences of Butch women, show how ideas of masculin...   [tags: lesbians, community, culture] 2334 words
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Korean Culture Report - ... At least not in Korean, anyway. I had to continue trying.. How could I be funny in one language and culture, and not be in another language and culture. Best I could muster was slapstick and self-deprecation. Begging for laughs was clearly the only option left. Simultaneously, hearing my native Korean peers crack jokes that to me were horrendously unfunny, and generally being unable to partake in the joy of Korean TV shows and dramas, was also very discouraging. I often felt excluded and incomplete as a Korean trying to fit back in....   [tags: humor, culture shock] 1131 words
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America's Consumer Culture - America has become a consumer culture. The American people tend to find themselves buying consumer products for no particular reason. I personally believe, we are what we buy. Americans have a habit of showing themselves threw their products. The products they buy say a lot about the person’s identity. People have separated themselves apart by the merchandise they consumed. A Person’s clothes can quickly label a person and put them in a distinctive group, for example if a person wears all black and has long hair that person would likely be considered a metal-head (a person who enjoys metal music) by society....   [tags: consumer culture, materialism, USA, ] 412 words
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Study of Yanomami Culture: Day In The Field - In my day in the field, I will be writing in the point of view of the person filming Professor Chagnon, as well as pictures while he does his research on the Yanomamo. I am a resent male graduate with a major in filming and major in anthropology helping Professor Chagnon in his studies. For this trip, we will be focusing on the Yanomami warfare, and violence within the village to give us a better understanding on their culture, and why the resort to raids and violence. It will be taking place during the spring, and we will mainly be discussing with the men....   [tags: yanomamo, napoleon chagnon, culture shock]
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Culture during the 20s-40s: Great Gatsby - History has shown that music, dance and fashion have a great affect on society and culture. Iconic artists and performers, and particular events during these decades influenced many rebellious outbreaks going against societal norms. The “Roaring 20s” (1920-30), had a major impact on adolescent behavior in America, starting in New Orleans, moving into Chicago and later, New York City. Throughout the 1930s-1940s a new adolescent culture emerged, influenced by early upheavals during the 1920s. The twenties were years of prodigious changes and prosperity in many areas of society; for example, revolutionary changes in music and attitude of the people....   [tags: Hisotry, Culture, Music, Dance, Fashion]
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English Under Pakeha and Maori Culture - Globalization is taking place in every facet of people’s lives. Thomas Friedman used an interesting metaphor in the title of his book The World is Flat to describe the world as a playground where competitors share equal opportunities regardless of their historical and geographical background (Friedman). The same principle can be applied to world language, geography cedes to be the barrier for the exchange between various nations as English has became a global language. Wherever one travels around the world, there is always a substantial chance for that person to communicate with minimum English....   [tags: globalization, New Zealand, language, culture]
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American Culture's Infatuation with Fast Food - Near the core of American culture that dearly loves liberty, lies its love for fast food and all that it offers. The fast food industry was initially created as a moneymaking enterprise that marketed itself as a time effective source of food, but over the years it has strayed from its marketing promise to save Americans’ time. Many Americans are regulars at one, or more, of the numerous fast food restaurants in the United States, because they want to save valuable time that otherwise would be squandered in the kitchen....   [tags: American Culture, Health Risk, Marketing]
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Indian Culture Vs Western Cultures - A couple of years ago, I had invited my best friend Jenene, to attend an Indian wedding. I thought it might be fun for her to experience the different foods, clothing, personalities, and religious beliefs that were particular to my culture. Later on that evening she had pulled me to the side and told me that the culture that she was raised in was completely different from mine. She was raised in New York all of her life and she had never experienced such a distinct culture. At that time I told her that she did not know half the story....   [tags: World Culture] 1570 words
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The Culture of Pakistan - The Culture of Pakistan I am always fascinated with other people's cultures. The New York or Californian culture always amazes me although these states are in the United States. These areas of the nation seem very different than Texas. I do not have any friends that have recently moved here from another culture so, I set out to my neighborhood Stop N Go. The clerks at this convenience store are all from other countries. One clerk whom I have talked to many times, named Sohail Shah, always spoke of Pakistan....   [tags: Culture Cultural Essays] 1077 words
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Border Culture - Traditions are passed on generation to generation in every culture. The U.S-Mexico border consists of numerous customs that have lived for hundreds of years. This essay examines Jose’ Pablo Villalobos and Juan Carlos Ramirez-Pimiento essay “Corridos and la pura verdad: Myths and Realities of the Mexican Ballad” which discusses the corrido. Chapter six, “Everyday Border Heroes” of Patricia L. Price’s book Dry Place which illustrates the reasons to the devotion to unofficial saints. Futhermore, this essay reviews five of the twenty myths that Aviva Chomsky confronts in her book “They Take Our Jobs!”....   [tags: Music, Mexican Corrido, Culture] 1463 words
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Transmission of the Food Culture - In 1943, Abraham Maslow proposed a theory called “Maslow’s hierarchy of needs” in psychology field. Food, placed at the bottom level of the hierarchy, represents one of the primary human physiological needs for survival. In my point of view, food is a carrier that holds all the meanings from other levels and passes on along with the transmission of cultural. In Sheila Ferguson, Martha Stewart and Julia Child’s books, it seems that they all state the cuisine of a particular type of food as while as the enjoyment....   [tags: Culture ]
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The Vietnam Counter-Culture - For some it was all about knowledge and enlightenment. For others it was the drive to show that they were not puppets under the marionette master. But for the masses, it was just what the other kids were doing. Yet, when it really all came down to it, regardless of what they were representing, the youth counter-culture of the 1970’s was quite powerful. Who would have thought that the youth who in all previous wars had heeded their parents call now rejected and abandoned their ideals and almost formed their own sect in the political spectrum....   [tags: youth counter-culture of the 70’s] 1523 words
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America's Culture Clash - The past decade can be described as a time of radical change. Some may argue the change is for the good, and some may argue it is for the bad; but overall, the dramatic changes that our society has undergone has lead to the infamous “culture clash.” We find ourselves enveloped in a divided society. A faction of our neighbors greet this futuristic, modern, and secular culture with open arms; and yet there is still a substantial group whom values the older and more traditional culture. Great tension arose from this “clash” and can be indubitably seen in politics, economics, and social aspects....   [tags: Past Decade, Radical Change, Culture]
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Weather and Culture - An old Norwegian saying states that “there is no such things as bad weather, only bad clothing.” The saying may be old, but its value is without a doubt contemporary, encompassing the Norwegians’ embrace of nature and the effect of the weather on their culture. This Norwegian culture, from clothing to food, to leisure activity to art, has always been greatly influenced by the climatic conditions, and continues to be so today. It is a society deeply rooted in traditions and mutually linked to its environment, which allows for much outdoor activity, even though the country finds itself at the fringes of the north....   [tags: Weather and Culture] 1011 words
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Between the Lines: Culture and Business in Asia - Introduction In my experience learning about Asian business culture one things stands out to me more than any other, the importance of etiquette. In Asia minding your manners and understanding unspoken social cues is just as important, if not more important than making a good business proposition. Accidentally being a little rude can break down a whole business partnership. For every country there are different traditions and different etiquette rules to be followed. Each country also seems to have their very own unspoken set of subtle social cues....   [tags: Asian Business Culture, Business, Work, Jobs]
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Teodor Adorno 's Critique on Mass Culture - Teodor Adorno 's Critique on Mass Culture “ When I was, later, confronted to the problematic of measuring culture, I understood that culture had to be precisely this condition that exclude any mindset able to measure it” - Teodor Adorno - Before the development of education and mass communication techniques, the production and diffusion of culture followed a simple logic: only a cast of privileged – aristocrats and bourgeois - had access to a “high culture” (Curran, 1997). Only since the XXth century and the change of the political landscape as well as the evolution of technology and the liberalisation of the economy has this trend started to change....   [tags: aristocrats, bourgeois, culture]
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Native North American Culture and Its Demise - A topic specifically examined in Chapter 4 in section 4.4 is the conflict between the European colonizers and the indigenous people of the lands they conquered. The conflict between the two vastly different groups is the notion of religion and culture. Europeans could not tolerate the practice of non-Christian religions in their newly conquered lands and began to oppress the ethnic groups and destroy the cultures of the conquered. Specifically, in North America many Native ethnic groups’ cultures were destroyed by British, French and Dutch colonizers....   [tags: religion, culture, groups, conflict] 565 words
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How Divorce is Affecting the American Culture - The effects of divorce on the American culture are immense. Social scientists have been studying these effects for many years now. The studies are continuing to confirm that the climbing rate of divorce in the American culture is hurting the society and also frequently devastating the lives of many American children. There are many areas in which divorce has a negative effect in the life of a child or an adult. Many of these effects also directly correlate to the effect on a society. However, there is hope....   [tags: Divorce, American Culture, USA, marriage, children]
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Theoretical Aspects of Organizational Culture in South African Context - An organization is the means by which human and other resources are deployed so that work gets done (Price, 2011). Edward Taylor defined Culture as the ‘knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits’ acquired through membership of society’ (Price a. c., 2011). Bower simply defined organizational culture as ‘the way we do things around here’. (Price a. c., Human Resource Management Fourth edition, 2011). Researchers have determined that culture is one variable that adds to the organization as a whole....   [tags: organizational culture, collectivism, management]
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Learning How to Live in the Desert with the San Culture - ... Their culture differs from my own in many ways. A majority of the American culture is not in tune with their environment, nor do they need to be in order to survive since they have a plethora of grocery stores and restaurants that are easy to access and near their permanent domiciles. Even in regards to the homeless, there are food shelters and soup kitchens that are accessible to some. While the value of family in America may be similar for some compared to the San culture, there are also families that may not interact with one another on a daily basis....   [tags: survival, culture, modernization] 665 words
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Sara Smolinsky and Cultural Pluralism in Jewish-American Culture - George Schuyler’s article “The Negro Art Hokum” argues that the notion of African-American culture as separate from national American culture is nonsense. To Schuyler, all seemingly distinct elements of African-American culture and artistic endeavors from such are influenced by the dominant white American culture, and therefore, only American. The merit of Schuyler’s argument stems from the fact that it is practically impossible for one culture to exist within the confines of another without absorbing certain characteristics....   [tags: Literature, American Culture] 1184 words
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The Role and Responsibility of Company Leadership in Shaping Organizational Culture - According to (Organic Workspaces, n. d) an organization’s culture refers to the observable, powerful forces in any organization, usually constituted by the employees’ shared values, beliefs, symbols, and behaviors. The organizational culture ideally influences its decisions and actions (Tharp, n. d). (Watkins, 2013) also defines organizational culture as a consistent and observable pattern of behavior in organizations. An organization’s culture channelizes individual decisions and actions at a subconscious level, and thus, can have a potent effect on an organization’s success....   [tags: company leadership, organizational culture]
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The History and Culture of Black Jews in America - According to the broadest definition, there are approximately 9 million Jewish adults in America. Of those, 5.3 million are Jewish because they practice the Jewish religion or who have a Jewish parent and consider themselves Jewish. Non-hispanic blacks make up 2% of that population. (A Portrait of Jewish Americans) Blacks constitute such a small percentage of the Jewish population that they are often considered to be obviously “not Jewish”. This was the experience of Rabbi Shlomo ben Levy.In an article entitled, “Who are we....   [tags: Black Jewish Culture, Jewish Religion, America]
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Culture Specific versus Universal Customs and Trendencies - Certain culture and tendencies are universal while other ones are culture – specific. The aim of this academic essay is to interpret what is culture –specific and what universal customs and tendencies is and what is heritage accurate heritage and tendencies. This will be more specific from the demonstrations that utilized. According to the university of Minnesota culture is defined as the shared patterns of behaviors and interactions, cognitive constructs, and affective comprehending that are wise through a method of socialization....   [tags: heritage, culture, traditions, dress]
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Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide - This essay is a response to the following question: In participatory culture the consumer and producer no longer occupy separate roles rather “we might see them as participants who interact with each other according to a new set of rules that none of us fully understand”. Jenkins, Henry, Convergence Culture (London: New York University Press, 2006) 3. Identify a text or series of texts that challenge the previously established rules of engagement between consumer and producer. Outline how that text or texts challenge established rules and also how it/they demonstrate the collapse of the space between consumer and producer in participatory culture....   [tags: Participatory Culture Essays]
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Accepting Culture - It is most difficult to adapt to a culture when one is forcd to live there, verses when one is only visiting. Visiting a foreign country can come as a culture shocked to many people. In most cases the culture gaps are either accepted or looked down upon, because certain people do not accept such different ways of living. It is difficult to accept a culture that an individual did not grow up in, because he or she has different views about what is socially acceptable. A custom affects the lives of each and every person differently....   [tags: culture gap, Mark Salzman, China]
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