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    section of this essay will focus on my own experiences of life in another country which, in its own way, was another world. I was taught little in school or home about cultures and people other than my own.  Was theple other than my own.  Was there a reason I should have learned about a less productive people in some remote country?  There was nothing wrong with the land of the free and the home of the brave, and whether or not I was culturally diverse was of little importance in my life-until

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    skills, or knowledge regarding how to perform tasks or symbolic thought among a particular group of people. There is extensive cultural intermingling that occurs due to trading, learning and working that has taken its activities on to an international platform. Emigration and migration have also led to greater levels of multiculturalism in the workplace as well as in the learning institutions, and now people from different backgrounds interact through studying and working together more than ever before

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    obvious when someone is not a part of that culture. He stated that he is very different from the Americans here at Pfeiffer. He is very proud of his culture and not afraid to show it. I explained that I felt like this quote was somewhat true in that people tend not to notice some of their smaller attributes that make them who they are. For example when I first moved to Colorado I didn’t really think there was much difference between the California culture and the Colorado one at the time because I was

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    Today the Japanese are the largest Asian minority in Brazil, and Japanese-Brazilians are the largest Japanese-population outside of Japan, accounting for appr. 1.5 million. The entire population speaks Portuguese while it is the only language used in schools. A moderate part of the Brazilians can speak English (mostly higher educated or people in high job positions) or any other second or third language. Some Brazilians may actually they take offence when talking to them in Spanish since they do

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    Carnival Essay

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    Brazilian Carnival History is more in-depth and more interesting than many people might think. There is a lot more to Carnival than simply parties. The pre-Lent festivities known as carnival originated in Italy in the 1400s. The tradition spread rapidly among Catholic countries in Europe and was in the end adopted in the Americas, taking hold especially in the devoutly Catholic nation of Brazil. The Carnival of Brazil is a festival annually held Friday to Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, which marks

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    Understanding Global Cultures: Brazil

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    merely 1%. This paints a bleak image for those with low financial stability. On one hand there are modern skyscrapers and slums on the other hand. Brazil's urban slums (favelas) have been estimated to be home to as many as twenty-five million people. These people live in desperate poverty. Pitiable hygiene causes serious health issues. There is no proper waste collection or gutter system. A life of offense is often the only option for jobless. Brazil with the rest of the BRIC nations have a long way

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    Import Substitution Industrialization

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    Around the 1930s, Brazil and Latin American began following the process of Import Substitution Industrialization, which lasted until the end of the 1980s. The ISI policies devaluated the currency in order to boost exports and discourage imports, followed by adopting different exchange rates for goods (Watkins). ISI in Brazil had an interesting effect; it created a three-prong system of governmental, private, and foreign capital being directed at the infrastructure and heavy industry, manufacturing

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    Brazil is a cheerful country where people enjoy their life despite their social status. The majority of people live in the “favelas” as stated in the book “across the street from the massive electronically operated skyscrapers people live in favelas, sometimes with not even the most basic of services,” which there is most of violence and delinquency. The national sport for Brazilians is soccer, most of the people enjoy practicing and watching soccer. However, Brazil has five world cups, their style

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    different conservative Japanese juxtaposed against the animated Brazilians. However, despite the Japanese need of trying to maintain “all things Japanese” we shown that Japanese is a language that isn’t pure in itself. Yamashita plays with the idea of impure language by hybridizing Japanese with Brazilian words. In the end, we are shown both that Japans advocating of keeping Japan pure, somewhat fails. Works Cited "Japanese Brazilian." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 17 Mar. 2011. .

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    Clocky, the Runaway Alarm Clock

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    clear awareness. Nanda should have created a better vision for herself by deciding between the “fun” and “need” market for Clocky in time. The “fun” market could have potentially led Clocky to be categorized as a “fad” product. The “need” market (people with difficulties in waking up due to narcolepsy and in general) was too small. A prompt awareness of a primary consumer base allows focus for the product, company and consumers. In Brazil, Clocky must be positioned appropriately and in ti... .

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