Cultural Awareness: Egypt

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Cultural Awareness: Egypt Outline I. Culture Overview a. Definition of Culture b. History of Egypt i. Ancient ii. Modern II. Geography a. Geographical Impacts i. Terrain ii. Climate iii. Agriculture iv. Economy v. Infrastructure vi. Religion II. Government and Military a. Conflicts b. Coups and Religion III. Citizens and Revolution a. Recovery b. Considerations IV. Summary . SSG Brege SFC Towery Electronic Warfare SLC 3 March 2014 Culture Culture, is defined as the beliefs, customs, arts, and way of life of a particular society, group, place, or time of a particular society or group of people. (Merriam_Webster Incorporated) The concentrated focus of the content herein will surround the customs, beliefs, attitudes, and ways of life that have come to dictate how Egypt and the Egyptian people have gone from a Sub-Saharan dynasty of rule to the revolutionary culture we see today. Provisionary concepts that will provide awareness to the societal impacts the Egyptian people have created or endured will align with the Civil Considerations outlined if Field Manual 3-24 “Counter Insurgency” which are areas, structures, capabilities, organizations, people, and events. (Army) Becoming aware of a culture supersedes the individual emotions you may experience in trying to understand how a group of people have become, through their own experience, different from the identity that you have attained from your own culture. “Cultural awareness is one being aware of their personal attitudes, beliefs, biases, and behaviors that may influence the type of care they are able to render in an environment.” (Mopraize) ... ... middle of paper ... ... December 2011. Digital. The Daily Beast. 13 January 2014. 2 March 2014. . The Economist. "Trafficking in North Africa." The Economist 17 August 2013: 1. Digital. UNESCO. UNESCO. 2010. 2 March 2014. . Unknown. Absolute Egyptology. n.d. 2 March 2014. . Readability Statistics I. Counts a. Words: 2580 b. Paragraphs: 65 c. Sentences: 98 II. Averages a. Sentences per Paragraph: 6.1 b. Words per Sentence: 25.1 III. Readability a. Passive Sentences: 9% b. Flesch Reading Ease: 38.1 c. Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 14
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