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An Interview With a Korean-American on Cultural Differences - An Interview With a Korean-American on Cultural Differences In this interview Ben Bagley asks Theresa Han about the difference between Korean and American culture. Theresa is a teenager who recently moved to the United States so she has an excellent perspective for understanding the differences and similarities between these countries. [BAGLEY] This is Ben Bagley, and I'm going to interview Theresa Han about Korea. Could you introduce yourself. [HAN] My name is Theresa Han, I'm from South Korea, I'm 18 years old, and I'm a freshman in College....   [tags: Interview Essays Culture Korea] 1307 words
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Polish Culture: An Interview with Wieslawa Chris Prilenski - I had decided to interview a woman who grew up in Poland, her name was Wieslawa Chris Prilenski. I was able to construct a family tree from the information that she gave me on her ancestry. She also had answered several questions that I had asked in order to gain a better perspective of her Polish culture. I had learned the various ways that Chris addresses her family members. After obtaining all the answers to my questions from Chris, I found several sources and I compared what the sources stated about Polish culture to Chris’ answers about her culture.
 I had gathered information about Chris’ family, she gave me a lot of information about her family tree....   [tags: government, Catholisism]
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The Desire to Stay an Only Child - Summary Introduction Personal Statement As humans, the older people become, and the more experiences people go through, they tend to overall find a sense of comfort in their lifestyle. Often times, with that comfort in place, people see no reason to think about how different their lives may have been had it not been for certain events. For instance, take a second to think about your life now and imagine how differently it would have been if you have eradicated or altered something else. These were some of the same thoughts that floated in my head as i prepared for this assignment....   [tags: interview, family, culture, sibling] 2405 words
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Study Arabic as a Second Language - ... In the beginning of the interview, Brian explained why he studies Arabic by telling his experience in the Middle East in the US military. He found the aspects of Arabic are entirely different from other languages he knew, for example, English and German. The language and the culture are inseparable, and it is difficult to learn Arabic without understanding the culture; therefore, he decided to study Arabic because, "You learn two things at once." However, Jim, who is energetic and speaking fast, has not been to Arab world, but he attended military college for one year and left it for a personal reason....   [tags: language, culture, interview, experience] 665 words
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How To Conduct a Job Interview - Conducting a job interview is the most widely used selection tool. It has proved most reliable and the employers rely on it in preference to any other tool. It is a process designed to predict future job performance by candidate's oral responses to oral inquiries. For having a better comprehension of Job interviewing it is proper will to go through the definitions of interview and job interview. An interview as defined is a conversation between two people (the interviewer and the interviewees) where the interviewer put questions to the interviewees to get information from him....   [tags: Conducting a Job Interview] 1939 words
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Interview With a Person of a Different Race - Introduction The purpose of this assignment was to interview someone who is more than 30 years of age and who is of a different race than oneself. Research on the person being interviewed ethnic background had to be conduct, in addition to, materials covered in class and previous experiences were compiled into 7-10 open ended questions that were discussed during the interview. Below you would see the seven interview questions that were discussed, the answers given, and a biographical piece that bring everything together....   [tags: Race and Culture in America]
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Interview With a Human Resources Manger - How well a business manages its assets and resources predicates its overall success. Companies that spend financial resources foolishly are apt to find themselves in bankruptcy. Companies that work capital equipment resources beyond the machine’s capabilities or for other than intended purposes are apt to experience downtime and/or lose the equipment to failure. The same premise holds true for a company’s human assets. However, unlike other company assets, which depreciate over time, human assets appreciate over time when managed properly....   [tags: Interview Essays]
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Interview with a County Sheriff - The subject for my interview was County Sheriff Ron Bowman. I chose Sheriff Bowman because of his years of experience in law enforcement and because he is a positive and well regarded member of our community. He has worked for the County Sheriff’s Office since 1990 and was elected Sheriff in 2002. Not only is he our county Sheriff he is a member of the Board of Directors of the State Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, the co-chair of the State Drug Endangered Children Board, a member of the State Crime Lab Advisory Board and is the co-chair of the County Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence....   [tags: Interview Essay]
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Interview with a Social Worker - Background Information Captain Rob Geis agreed to be interviewed and share his experiences with the next generation of Social Workers. Native to Ohio, he graduated High School in 1979, he continued his education at Ohio State University from 1982-1986, completing his Masters in Social Work. For the past 24 years, he has served as a Social Worker in the United States Army. In his current position he is responsible for the Department of Social Work Services. Previous positions have included: two assignments as a Division Social Worker, Medical Inpatient Social Worker, Chief of Social Work, Division Chief of Mental Health, Clinical Director of Army Substance Abuse Program, Combat Operation Str...   [tags: Interview Essays]
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Interview With Chief Nursing Officer - An interview was conducted with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at an acute care facility. This discussion revolved around the following: her style of management, style of communication, decision-making skills, technical skills and delegating skills. Before sharing specific responses to each of these, the CNO wanted to clarify that because she was new to the organization and following someone who had been in this position for over 20 years, during the first year and transition phase, there were certain situations in which she was consciously adjusting her leadership style to fit the culture of the organization....   [tags: Interview Essays]
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The Trickster in Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire - The Trickster in Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire      Vampires today, particularly after Anne Rice's five-book series, the Vampire Chronicles, are portrayed in quite a different light than the vampires of ages past. Gone is the garlic and cross that offers protection, gone is the vampire's fear of all light and gone is their distant, in-human nature. (Whyte 2) In fact, most vampires are portrayed as both beast and man, struggling to retain their humanity as the lust for blood seems to never diminish and eternal as they are, their inner conflict spans to infinity....   [tags: Interview with the Vampire Essays]
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The Analogous Delusional Characters of The Wog and The Interview - The Interview by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and The Wog by Khushwant Singh are two stories with a lot in common. Some of the things they are similar in are the setting, the Indian tradition, and the character’s personalities. The settings of the stories are held in India, and they describe Indian culture as well as help you image the basic Indian rituals. Indian traditions are different than American traditions especially when it comes to getting married. For example in The Interview, the main character describes his wife and then states,” My wife is not beautiful at all....   [tags: Characters, Interview, Wog, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, ] 748 words
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How to Answer Any Interview Question - How to Answer Any Interview Question Don't be rattled by your next job interview. It's possible to answer any question that comes your way. How. By preparing and knowing how to direct the conversation to the topics you want to cover. To start, take a tip from consultants who coach executives and politicians on how to handle media interviews. These trainers say you can deliver the message you want to an employer, regardless of the question you're asked. "Most people don't realize that their purpose isn't to sit there and hope the right questions will be asked," says Aileen Pincus, president of the Pincus Group, a media interview-training firm in Silver Spring, Md....   [tags: Interview Skills Guide] 1072 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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The In Depth Interview Method - ...  Guarantee a suitable location to interview (quite, private)  Check the electronic device (microphone and the audio recorder)  Prepare yourself prior engaging in the interview  Be conscious of the differences in culture and bias  Notice the interviewees about the study and principles of ethic (confidentiality, anonymity)  Utilise the technical tools: The Ethnograph, Atlas.ti, Folio Views, NVivo   • A Practical Process of the Interview : Follow a procedure of seven-stage to fulfil an in depth interview....   [tags: preparing, implementing, applying] 887 words
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Summary of Interview, Reflection of Interview and Critical Research of Keith Richardson - ... Campbell. My interviewee went on to say that they give the officers’ training each year to try and keep up with the different cultures and their beliefs. It is always better for the officers to fully understand this so they can do their job easier when dealing with the different cultures. There has been times that officers had to find help from professional people who speak the language of the culture they are trying to deal with. My interviewee said we are lucky because we live so close to a military post because they have people that do that....   [tags: Chief of Police of Guthrie, KY]
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Interview With Pakistani - Interview With Pakistani Ethnology is the part of anthropology that focuses on the cultures of the world; its written results are published in ethnographies. While conducting my first ethnology I learned more about my friend Mohammed than I have learned about him in the seven years I have been acquainted with him. Moe works at a convenience store and gas station that I have been frequenting since before I was even old enough to have a car to fill up with gas. Moe is originally from Pakistan, he was born in the city of Karachi, but has been in this country for 20 years....   [tags: essays papers] 1589 words
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Campus Culture: How Culture Affects How Students Interact - What is culture. According to Kottak cultures are traditions and customs, transmitted through learning, that form and guide the beliefs and behavior of the people exposed to them. With this definition given when it comes to campus culture I feel that an anthropologist would define it as the way we interact with other people through the environment that we share. When it comes down to campus culture it has to do with the way we interact, behave and follow certain things that are brought forth through the culture of the campus....   [tags: culture, relationships, ] 1280 words
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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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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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An Icebreaking Interview with a Mainland China Visitor - ... Mr. Lee is a visitor living in Guangzhou; this is his first time visiting Hong Kong. He was not willing to accept my interview before I said this is homework. The reason of this is that he was told that Hong Kong people feel hatred about mainland Chinese by his friend before this visit. He spoke fluent Putonghua but halting Cantonese so I conducted the interview in Putonghua. I first listed out the improper behaviour that mainland Chinese will do when visiting Hong Kong such as jumping the queue, not following the traffic lights, peeing in public etc....   [tags: stereotypes over other cultures] 960 words
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Psychopathy and Culture: Culture-Bound Syndrome - Psychopathy and Culture Culture-bound syndrome is the amalgamation of some somatic symptoms i.e. body pain or disturbed function of any organ and psychiatric symptoms such as alterations of the experiences and behaviors which are considered to be perceptible diseases in the specific culture. A list of most common culture-bound syndrome is included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) and some of them are discussed below. Brain Fag: Brain Fag is classified as a culture-bound syndrome which is associated with white collar people in West Africa....   [tags: brain fag, mental disorders]
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Views on Leadership: An Interview with a Principal - ... Mr. R, desires to mimic the good leaders he grew up around. His parents were leaders at their church and taught Bible School. Growing up and being given leadership opportunities, at church, school, and on his sports team, he knew God was calling him to be a leader. Mr. R wanted to be the next Holland Opus, where he could effective a small group of kids for a year. When he started to get his Masters in Administration he was challenged with the philosophy that as a Principal you could influence many students over five years instead of just one year....   [tags: visionary paper, leaders, beliefs, theories]
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Interview with the Poet of the Piano, Chopin - Interviewer: Good day Ms. Brown and 1303 Music Appreciation Class. I will be giving an interview with Frederic Chopin also called the “Poet of the Piano”. I read that you come from a musical family. Is that true. Chopin: My family was not wealthy, but we had a strong appreciation for music. My mother could hold her own on the piano and my father played the violin and flute. I was even told that when I was a baby, when my mother would sing, I would be moved to tears. At what age did you pick up your first musical instrument and what was it....   [tags: personal narrative] 590 words
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Cultural Diversity in America - ... Answer: “Abuja is the capital of Nigeria. It has a central bank headquarters, a mosque, an airport, and other main attractions.” Question: What is your race. Answer: “I always love this question because I get to say that I am truly African-American.” Question: What is your sexual orientation. Answer: “I am heterosexual.” Question: What is your religious affiliation. Answer: “I am not really affiliated with any religion. I can understand the point of view of most religions. I even understand the evolutionary point of view....   [tags: interview assignment] 1006 words
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Zia's Profile: Personal Interview - ... Tenzin is an international student from India. For Tenzin, Zia did more than just help him with his studies. Pakistan use to be a part of India, and many Pakistani’s have elders that where from India. Because of that the countries have some similarities but are different. From this connection, he helped Tenzin feel more comfortable in a place where he felt uncomfortable. Tenzin is really impressed by his nature and has taken some notes on how Zia interacts with others, so that he can also interact better with others....   [tags: international student, Pakistani civil service]
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Culture: A Panoramic View of Some Horrific and Barbaric Practices - Once upon a time, lived a woman who used to celebrate Thanksgiving by cooking a turkey, however her tradition was always to remove the wings and rear-end of the turkey. When she was asked why she did so, she replied “it is our family tradition, my mother and her mother did it so I am doing it too”. Being curious people sought to find out why she did it. Further Investigation soon found out that the tradition was started by her great grandmother, and luckily enough she was still alive so they asked her the same question, she replied “I never had a big enough pot so it was only sensible for me to cut of the wings and rear-end, so it could fit!”....   [tags: culture competence, prejudice, bias]
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Anatomy of an Interview - According to Professor G.J. of Texas Tech University, "a productive interview is much like a good conversation, questions are asked to elicit more than a yes or no answer" ("Interviewing"). In an interview there are certain criteria to be addressed. This criteria includes, the purpose, the collection of data or evidence, and the concluding thoughts on the subject. The "Interview with the Luddite," between Kevin Kelly and Kirkpatrick Sale demonstrate the basic principles of interviewing. Kevin Kelly is the author of Out of Control: The Rise of Neo-biological Civilization (1994)....   [tags: Interviewing Job Workforce Essays]
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Interview With a Friend - Interview with A Friend When thinking of people I could possibly interview, and then deciding that most of them wouldn’t be very interesting, I decided to interview a friend of mine. N.H. At first glance he seems like any other 15 year old but once you get to know him, you’ll soon realize that, that isn’t the case. Firstly he’s moved around and experienced more things then most people his age, even most people in general, and has developed a unique personality because of this. N. was born in 1985, in Finland but moved shortly afterwards to England and then again moved after only a few years to Malawi in Africa....   [tags: essays research papers] 1089 words
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Russia's Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette Analysis - Russia is notoriously known for their very stern and powerful behavior. Russians behave in a manor complete opposite of easterners for example. Russians rely on a very firm, almost bone crushing of a handshake while maintaining direct eye contact at all times. This customary type of handshake can almost make or break the trust between a Russian and a new found expatriate. The only difference with this handshake is when done so with women, the handshake is then less firm due to the different type of masculinity in women....   [tags: russians, russian culture, business meetings]
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Sex and Sexuality: Interviews - Interviewing the seven individuals that agreed to participate was very interesting. I had expected everyone to feel uncomfortable and not provide very in depth answers. At first it seemed that my prediction was right. Answers were short, vague, and it had made them feel uncomfortable. However, as the interview progressed they felt more comfortable with the questions, and after asking all the questions, many of them decided to go back to previous questions so that they were able to elaborate more because they were now thinking more in depth on the topic and questions that they never really thought about before....   [tags: interview, students, teachers, parents]
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Face to Face Interview: A Bosnian Immigrant - A girl from Sarajevo Bosnia settled in Florida along with her family after escaping Bosnia as war refugees. Since her aunt lived in Florida, she helped facilitate the proper paper work for acceptance into America. In the interview we discussed, gender roles, spiritual beliefs, food, in addition to the benefits and disadvantages of being part of this cultural group. It was a fascinating experience to learn about her family, history and culture. Family and Culture The male in Bosnian culture is considered the provider....   [tags: Eastern Europe, War, Muslim] 598 words
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Interview with Dr. Hasebe-Ludt on Research - ... Because she had a desire to learn more about Eastern philosophies, she was able to. She was also able to include her own life writing in her research because of the nature of it. She was clearly excited about her research and had a drive to learn more. It seemed like her research was a good fit for her as a person. I asked Dr. Hasebe-Ludt about how she goes about her research agenda. She said works with a research network (a “collective,” she said) with other researchers interested in life writing and others interested in arts-based research....   [tags: research, inquiry, nature, agenda] 1321 words
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Interview a Manager - The manager interviewed for this assignment was Chief Warrant 3 Linwood Bowers, the Chief of the Personnel Support Directorate of the White House Communications Agency (WHCA). Chief Bowers has held his present position for four years. The focus of the interview was the unique challenges of good communication. One of the unique challenges Chief Bowers has had to face is the different language that permeates throughout the organizational culture of the Agency. WHCA is a joint command with individuals of all DOD services present....   [tags: essays research papers] 584 words
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Interview And Death - "Everyday life seems unbelievably minuscule when faced with the prospects of death and dying." These are the words of Dr. David Avery. David is thirty years old, unmarried, a successful doctor, and has recently been confronted with the knowledge that he is suffering from a terminal form of acute leukemia. The living room in which Dr. Avery and I sit in his Monterey home is beautifully decorated with portraits of angels. On nearly every wall these images of ethereal beauty give one a sense of safety and calm....   [tags: essays research papers] 727 words
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Punjabi Culture and Health Care - ... These people are perceived as different and generally viewed as outcasts, even within their own family. Another aspect of health care discussed during the interview was the acceptance of blood transfusions, organ donation, and transplants. RR stated that these are widely accepted among his culture and there are no rules against receiving blood products of any kind. Communication Patterns RR stated that the dominant language of his culture here in the United States is referred to as Punjabi. Although, he reported that India itself has multiple languages....   [tags: indian doctors, language, communication] 1384 words
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Rita: An Elder of Color - ... Rita left her children and husband to pursue a better life and be able to provide financial stability for her family. “The risk of facing an unknown country, foreign language, and foreign culture are often seen as greater than the risk of remaining in one’s homeland” (Gelfand, 2003, p.43) Rita migrated to the U.S. in 1972. Rita reported she had a cousin that lived here. According to Rita she landed in the U.S. on a Saturday and by Monday she was already working in a factory that made wall nails....   [tags: ethnography, personal interview]
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The Argument Culture: Rhetorical Analysis - The Argument Culture: Rhetorical Analysis An old adage says, “In quarreling, the truth is always lost,” (Bolander, 1987). The truth is often considered subjective; it depends on circumstances, time, and many other variables. We understand that what is truth to one may not be truth to another, and after reading Dr. Tannen’s work, I realized that she has done exactly what she said exacerbates the argumentative culture we live in today. She has looked at only two sides. Due to this, I would call into question Dr....   [tags: Article Analysis ]
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Hip Hop as a Culture - The three assigned articles all dealt with hip hop as a culture in the era of the 70s. It was the time of emceeing, graffiti, break-dancing, and deejaying. It was also a time when hip hop culture was primarily thought of as African American. The first article examines how graffiti was seen in the 1970s. Graffiti was seen as a commonplace thing on the streets of New York. This is portrayed in “The Politics of Graffiti” by Craig Castleman where he explains the timeline of the rules and regulations Mayor John V....   [tags: Graffiti, DJs, Puerto Ricans]
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Overview of African-American Culture - Being a resident of South Carolina, African-American Culture was chosen as part of the applied learning project for the Intercultural Nursing class, because African-Americans make up more than a quarter of this state’s population. According to the 2010 United States Census Bureau, the total population for South Carolina (S.C.) is 4,625,364, with 27.9% being of African-American descent. The purpose of this paper is to develop an understanding and sensitivity to issues and cultural variances or phenomena that are unique to the African-American Culture....   [tags: Black History]
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Summary of Jonathan Kozol's, On Being a Teacher, and Botstein's Interview, Why High School Must Go - The trivialization of high school in the present educational organization for teens has been posited in the public; however, it is one vital issue that is being debated. Is it really right for high schools to be abolished from the teen’s system of education. This question has been a vital issue in the present age educational structure. According to research carried out by many educational researchers lately, it was discovered that the two-year high schooling scheme is irrelevant and obsolete in the learning structure for teen’s, and should be abolished from their system of education or scheme of learning....   [tags: teaching, teens, secondary education] 1428 words
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The Importance of a Library: An Interview with the Asotin County Librarian - ... In February of 2008, a heavy windstorm struck the valley. The wall separated slightly from the others, leaving spider web-like cracks three-eighths of an inch wide all over the surface. The library had to close for three months for repairs. Another unusual occurrence was a sinkhole next to the building that caused flooding and damage in November 2013. An event that the library has held is an exhibit about the Great Depression in our area. A miraculous part of the Depression, Jennifer notes, is that none of the libraries in the United States closed....   [tags: construction, meeting, history]
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Outside Global Flow Interview: My Philippine Friend - ... She adapts American culture quicker than she images because all of her friends in Crescent City are Americans. She enjoyed her life in the U.S, and had no problem to fit in this society and being friends with different ethnic people. Differently, her mother had a little bit “homesick” at the very beginning. Faye described that her mother always on the phone or skype with her aunts and uncles after they came here, but Faye just rarely contacts her cousins or friends on facebook. During the interviewed, Faye stated that the migration had strongly influenced her everyday life....   [tags: Student, Immigration] 627 words
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Creating a Culture of Excellence Withing an Organization - Culture of Excellence High standards of care are expected by patients and families regarding any type of health care. Creating a culture of excellence within an organization is needed to increase patient satisfaction and improve patient outcomes. This paper will examine a hospital that is creating a culture of excellence within the organization to ensure theses outcome. Committees within the organization have been implemented to examine all aspects of the hospital, and its operations to receive input to create change....   [tags: creating change, healthy work environment]
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The Culture of Moviegoers - Going to the movies is probably one of the most enjoyable pastimes throughout the world. From western society to the Asian countries, watching movies is pleasant for nearly anybody. I currently work at the local cinema. Therefore I have decided to study the culture of moviegoers. I looked at many different aspects within the past months. I took time for myself in small, little, breaks to study and document the actions of the people. From their attitudes entering and leaving the cinemas, to the way they behaved and even the way they clothed themselves....   [tags: scociology] 2009 words
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Analysis Of The Drag Ball Culture in New York City - Glamorous, fabulous, revolutionary, drag. There is a general accord about things our society labels as extrinsic. The subjects looked down upon are subcultures that have proven that if anything interrupts the conventions of society they are to be shunned. Jennie Livingston’s documentary, Paris is Burning, shows how a group of individuals bound by this common rejection, construct a subculture that has its own rules and standards. The documentary chronicles the lives of African American gay, and transgender within the drag ball culture in New York City in the mid – to – late eighties; a culture where they can create their own real identity and be themselves or anyone they want to be; a culture...   [tags: gender identiy, subscultures]
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Interview and Discussion: The Three Stages of Adulthood - In this paper, three individual interviews of persons form each stage of adulthood—Emerging Adulthood, Middle Adulthood, and Late Adulthood—will be presented and discussed. The first interviewee’s name is Brandi who is an 18-year-old girl. As a high school student, she is interested in this project. She comes from a single parent family. And as a child rise by her mother, she has so much to say about being an adult. The second interviewee’s name is Meredith who is a 31-year-old woman. As a master in a university, she is busy in rising up her 11-year-old daughter and working....   [tags: psychology, health]
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Questions to Zappos, a Company - Questions on Zappos 1. What are the steps in the selection process at Zappos. Does this seem like a complete selection process. There are several steps in the selection process at Zappos. Initially applicants need to fill out an application online on the company’s website. Then, the first step in the process is a phone interview with potential employees. Applicants will be asked a series of questions by a recruiter on their skills and experience. After the phone interview about half of the applicants will be selected for a second interview....   [tags: Employment, Selection, Interview] 786 words
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Mental Disorders: Self Construction in Schizophrenia - ... According to Meehan and MacLachlan (2008), the analysis of the interviews centered on the “participants’ constructions of self in talk through the use of discursive devices and subject positioning” (p. 135). When analyzing the interviews they used Harré’s discursive model of self which lays out a “method for identifying subject positions” (Meehan & MacLachlan, 2008, p. 132). Meehan and MacLachlan (2008) stated that they “[needed] to look at both dialogical relation and subject positions” (p....   [tags: article analysis, interview, patients] 1111 words
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Technology and its Impact on American Culture - Technology and its Impact on American Culture As an amateur reporter for the school newspaper, I have had the opportunity to interview quite a variety of people on many different topics. One of my favorite questions to ask is, "What do you think has had the most influence on American culture?" Why do I like asking this particular question. The answer is simple: the variety and range of responses. While some answers are more interesting than others, I must say that I've learned quite a bit from all of them....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers] 1322 words
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The Culture of the Lincoln Electric Company - ... High employee performance and productivity over the many years of the company’s existence is also another indicator of a strong culture. 3. The Incentive Management Plan The company’s people-driven values and assumptions about employees are that productivity and employee performance are the means the means to achieve customer satisfaction. It is against this philosophical background that the company values the equitable treatment of all its employees as evidenced by its incentive management plan which has been part of its compensation schemes since the early days of the organization....   [tags: multimedia financial companies] 642 words
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Taking a Look at the ZAPPOS Culture - ... For customer service is highly portable and Zappos sees it becoming a company that spans industries and more. (Kreitner & Cassidy, pp. 242, 267) 3.) Zappos is an organic organization, with an environment that is both dynamic and uncertain. Nevertheless, Zappos is multifarious, making structure organization harder; however, not impossible. The company’s core values are important and the employees are committed to them for they firmly believe that is what makes the company and their brand well known....   [tags: business analysis]
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The Effects of Millennials on Company Culture - The Millennial Generation, defined as the generation born between the years 1980 and 1995, has been the driving force for the modernization of the workplace across the US. With their knowledge of social media and high tech devices, they are poised to embrace the needed changes in the workforce towards higher technological integration. Due to their adoption of current technological trends and experiences, they are more likely than older workers to be receptive to different modes of working such as job sharing, teleworking, and working in virtual teams....   [tags: internships, community participation]
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The Importance of Nursing in American Culture - The Importance of Nursing in American Culture Nursing is a field of work that so many people find themselves fascinated with, as well as harboring a degree of respect. We look to nurses with a sense of admiration and reverence, and look to them for security in times of need. What makes nursing such a desirable and enthralling field to other people. Despite the fact that doctors are normally under the spotlight, nursing is of profound importance in American culture. Nurses provide comfort and security, as well as a knowledge of medical aid....   [tags: healthcare, nurses, comfort, security]
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The Prevelance of Diabetes in the Hispanic Culture - ... A phenomenon known as the Latino or Epidemiological Paradox contradicts this trend. This paradox shows that Latinos tend to have health outcomes that paradoxically are comparable to, or in some cases better than, those of their Caucasian counterparts, even though Hispanics have lower average income and education (Abraído-Lanza,, Chao, Florez, 2005).. Regardless of the Latino Paradox, one area where Mexican Americans fare worse than the dominant Caucasian culture is diabetes. Diabetes mellitus, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose, due to inadequate insulin production, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both....   [tags: colonial rule, migration, health] 1454 words
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The Turkish Culture Is Like No Other - ... There are several social courtesies and norms in Turkey. Some of these are similar to those we have in the United States of America. Many people use hand gestures when speaking and it is extremely impolite and rude to lay your feet on someone’s desk or table. You should also be careful to not point the sole of your foot or shoe towards others. Public displays of affection are not tolerated in rural areas. Hospitality is a large part of the Turkish culture. Friends, relatives, and neighbors visit frequently, and unexpectedly....   [tags: hospitality, gestures, families]
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Pop Culture: The Goth Subculture - The late seventies and early eighties saw the beginning emergence of the Goth subculture: a group of social misfits that appear to always find themselves on the outskirts of mainstream pop culture. It is a complex subculture with great depth and beauty where many of its citizens share a profound connection with the darker aesthetic, are predisposed to depression, and are often willing to explore interpersonal and sexual relationships with little inhibition or regard for societal norms. There is rarely a single moment in history when one can pinpoint the exact moment when a subculture emerges....   [tags: societal norms, social misfits, gothic]
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To Stop the Rape Culture - ... Another terrifying point that Williams brings up is that college campus rape rates have hardly changed at all in the past 20 years, which also comes back to people not reporting it when it happens. He suggests that this could be because we have been brought up to believe that people who claim to have been raped are simply making it up for attention, when its only 2-8% that truly are. College students, according to Williams, believe that up to 50% of reported rape cases are false. Christina Hoff Sommers’ research article, “Researching the ‘Rape Culture’ of America” focuses on reasons why this has continued as well, citing reasons such as rape being “Normal Male Behavior” (Sommers) and us...   [tags: feminism, crimes, change, victims] 854 words
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Anthropological Study of Gay Culture - Around the world, anthropologists study different cultures and traditions from various nations. Relating back to our Anthropology class projects, our group decided to pick a field site that has to do with gay people. After putting much thought and decision, we came to the decision of making our field site a gay bar/lounge. We visited the bar at least 5 times until we knew exactly every important detail for our project. During our 5 visits we did case studies, surveys, structured interviews, direct observation and participant observations....   [tags: Anthropology Class Project] 2349 words
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Human Resources in Popular Culture - Popular culture has shown many different portrayals of human resources (HR) over the years, however HR is rarely shown in a positive light. They go from being shown, or treated, as if they are evil and sadistic in some representations, to being depicted as overly friendly pushovers. There are many examples of these alternating stereotypes in the media, whether it be television shows, movies, or even comic strips. One of the more extremely negative depictions of human resources in the media is the comic strip, Dilbert, written and illustrated by Scott Adams....   [tags: stereotypes and portrayals]
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Italian Culture and Society - ... There is basis on which the Italian culture can be viewed as a single group of people. That basis would be there diverse ways of living from all other cultures and their patriotism for their country. Some aspects of Italian culture may pertain to other cultures but the uniqueness of this exact culture give it its own ability to strive as just one group. With closely knit communities, families, old loyalties to hometowns, and a striving economy people of the Italian culture are a single group of people that have survived using the same techniques as their cultural ancestors before them....   [tags: diverse ethnic groups]
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Culture Background Affects Communication - ... However, cultural differences also imply different ways to communicate. The first key learning point for the students is the understanding of other party culture based on communication schemes. Our objective is here to remind to students that they must not neglect the process of the negotiation - here communication - to only focus on the content. The two different cultures in this case might be defined as low context and high context ones based on Edward Hall theories. A high context culture is a culture in which the message contains a very little explicit verbal part....   [tags: context, message, negotiation] 768 words
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The Social Aspects of Prejudice - ... It was not until I arrived at orientation that I was notified Autistic children can have aggressive outbursts. Although I was told I would be trained to handle this, I still felt a bit hesitant because I never had deal with children who had violent problems, and in fact they might harm me. So I declined the job offer even though the pay was sufficient. Therefore, one of the theories that best describes my prejudice is Culture Theory. According to researches, “The Culture Theory explains how even though extreme prejudice may be found in some people, some prejudice is found in everyone” (Origins of Prejudice, 2011)....   [tags: culture theory, group culture]
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Italian Culture and Change - ... This face-to-face interview with an actual visitor to the country we were researching definitely helped to bring alive the information we had collected and brought our total vision together. Italy geography is greatly varied as the country covers 301,238 kilometers. The major sections of Italy’s terrain are the mountainous regions of the Alps and Apennines. Mountains in the northern and central parts of the country. In between these areas lies the Padan plain, which is an area that has been use for farming for millennia by the Italian people....   [tags: industrialization of manufacturing & agriculture] 2046 words
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Organizational Culture SWOT Analysis - Strengths (look internally at the organization): The organizational culture of my current employ would be a family culture. It is a family owned and operated store that has been in business 82 years, started by the Grandfather (who has now passed, but is still influential) now run by the son and training their sons. This family culture is one where we strive to grow successful by staying small. It is a culture where we take care of our customers like they were part of our family and we (in idea) take care of our employees....   [tags: Business Analysis] 770 words
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Gender Stereotypes in Culture - 1. Describe our cultural gender stereotypes, objectification, and media portrayals of women and how these lead to violence against women. Gender is the psychological characteristics and social categories that are created by human culture. Doing gender is the concept that humans express their gender when they interact with one another; it is done every day without thinking about it. Messages about how a male or female is supposed to act come from countless places. According to Helen M. Eigenberg in Woman Battering in the United States, “Gender construction starts with assignment to a sex category on the basis of what the genitalia look like at birth....   [tags: Gender Issues]
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Culture Behind the Curtain - ... The Soviets had long known the power of the cinema as a necessary medium for the indoctrination of citizens through propaganda campaigns, but it could not have been foreseen that the introduction of seemingly harmless American films could be as effective in modifying Soviet citizen’s frames of mind as their propaganda had been for decades. Richmond explains that the danger of these films did not come out of the plot lines, or even the morals embedded within the stories, because, “Soviet audiences were not so much listening to the sound tracks or reading the subtitles, as watching people in the films — how they lived in their homes, the clothes they wore, and the cars they drove....   [tags: West won the cultural Cold War]
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Indivdual Cultural Framework - ... Religious zeal combined with mental illness created the unique environment in which Jamie grew up. One of the values and expectations instilled in Jamie was to appear perfect and portray success. This led to a very isolated upbringing, in which she was restricted from reaching out for social supports. It was not until after her mother suffered a stroke and was institutionalized that Jamie was able to seek support outside of her immediate family. The way in which I responded to my chaotic home life was to insert myself into a community where I could build relationships with surrogate mothers and fathers to help provide the support I needed....   [tags: videotaped interview, thoughts, actions]
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Greek Culture as a Subculture at Syracuse University - ... Before examining what the social structure of the Greek System entails, however, there were various steps I had to take. The first step I took required gathering information about the Greek System in America and it’s history on colleges and universities. Finding information online, allowed me to not only understand the reasons for the founding of the Greek organizations but it gave me insight into the reasons why this tradition is still so popular today. The second step I took, required conducting interviews with students from fraternities and sororities....   [tags: college campus and life] 2541 words
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Myths of the Melting Pot - Perhaps, the “Melting Pot” myth gained strength during the Industrial Revolution. With millions of immigrants entering the United States, culture was changing within the United States. Americans set a high standard for there society and everyone wanted to be accepted. There was a social requirement to live in a civil society creating together the “American Dream,” which leads to prosperity. Many immigrants moving to the United States brought with them various traditions of their culture and after moving, they repressed such beliefs and forged ahead with a new way of “American Thinking.” The rituals and traditions of such societies should have brought diversity to this nation’s culture howev...   [tags: Culture ]
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The Secularization of Popular Culture and Young Girls - From an early age girls are bombarded with graphic messages about sexiness in the media and from popular culture. American society is filled with obscene amounts of images encouraging sexual behavior. The secularization of popular culture is extremely detrimental to young girls. In a study by the American Psychology Association, secularization is defined as “a person whose value comes from his or her sexual appeal or behavior” (Zurbiggen: pg1 para.3). One example of the various ways popular culture is targeting young girls is through social media sites....   [tags: american society, obscene images, media]
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How Japanese Culture Is Inluencing America - ... 24) In the next chapter, it talks about how anime is used to portray the shocking events in the history. On page forty, an American anime scholar Susan Napier expresses that, “We’re less defended when we get in to anime.”(pg. 40) She explains about the psychological effect that the audiences watching the animation would not think as much important as a movie, which also causes this media to sink in deep inside the audience themselves. After this psychological explanation about the shocking effects soften as it is illustrated in an anime, Kelts talks about Osamu Tezuka and Hayao Miyazaki, both using this method to portray their animations....   [tags: Japanamerica by Ronald Kets]
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Examining the Western Culture's View of the Elderly - I spent roughly thirty hours volunteering at Martin Luther Campus, during which I got to take a part in many experiences that were alien to me. Through participant observations, I was able to interview residents and draw out information that I would otherwise be unable to get if I used a “fly on the wall” approach. There were many things I witnessed, and experienced first hand, that made me very uncomfortable. Whether they were “bad” or “good is irrelevant, as I found that the things that made me the most uncomfortable tended to be the most relevant to this class....   [tags: Reflection ] 1636 words
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The Positive Effects of Tumblr on Teen Culture - ... 67% of teens use social media daily, 60% of boys, 75% of girls, 52% of 12-13 year olds, and 73% of 14-17 year olds. 95% of teens use the internet and 81% use social media sites.” (Lenhart, Amanda. Teens and Online Video. pewinterent.org). This information is important because it gives specific data on how teens use social media. Teens are much more likely to report that using social media has a positive impact on their social and emotional lives than a negative one. Based on a study by Common Sense Media (commonsensemedia.com) “75% of 13- to 17-year-olds with a social networking profile, percent who say social networking makes them feel more or less: Confident: 20%, Depressed: 5%, Outgoi...   [tags: social media]
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Evolution of Golf Throughout American Culture - American culture has changed a lot over the last one hundred years, especially in sports. Two people have really paved the way Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus. Clubs, courses and yardages have totally changed the game the past thirty years because of the innovation of technology. Players are hitting the ball over three hundred yards now and that is the difference from playing now then playing in the seventies and eighties. Jack Nicklaus arguably the best golfer of all time won so many professional tournaments, with the clubs that he used today a professional golfer wouldn’t even come close to beating him....   [tags: pga tour, tiger woods, jack nicklaus]
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Roots Run Deep - A home is more than a place, it’s somewhere where you can center your affections and find your identity. Moving to a place from somewhere you consider home can be difficult because of the delay comfort you feel when your old identity gets tested in new surroundings. By conveying emotion with body language, having logic behind her statements, and establishing credibility, Elizabeth Alexander effectively explains her southern identity and how one identifies with a place. I can relate to Alexander in the sense of having to live somewhere long enough to be at ease enough to consider that place your home....   [tags: Culture]
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