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    Jamie Ingram Cultural Repertoire Paper Over the years, I feel that my cultural background has generally stayed the same, with just a few changes, as I get older. At first, I had a difficult time thinking of my cultural background, but after doing the activities in class I have found it much easier to identify different aspects of my cultural background. I have felt very privileged to be an American, and as I get older I learn to appreciate that more and more each day. We are given such great opportunities

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    Cultural identity is a tricky thing. In Elise Trumbull and Maria Pacheco’s article “What is Cultural Identity, they wrote, “Most of the time, our own cultures are invisible to us…” An individual’s cultural identity cannot be determined solely on race or what he or she likes to do. To truly ascertain one’s own cultural identity, you have to look deeper into your being. What makes you you? That’s the question, and the answer will ultimately lead to the discovery of your cultural identity. A person’s

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    association with the ways or thinking and living. Differences in cultures have led to diversity in the people from different parts of the world. Our cultural values influence how we approach living and according to the behaviorist definition of culture, it is the ultimate system of control where people monitor their own standards and behavior. Our cultural values shape our thinking, behavior and personality. Culture affects perception – How we perceive things is largely affected by our judgment skills

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    beliefs ranging from politics, religion, and the appropriation of culture can change wildly from the bustling streets of liberal Seattle, to the small conservative towns in Montana. Cultural appropriation is starting to largely affect today’s society. Recently in Illinois, a college campus has been the center of a large cultural appropriation debate from

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    1. How does culture influence health? Give some examples of ethnic and cultural influences on the health of individuals or populations. As nurses entering the medical field understanding the culture of our patients is crucial to proper care. Each culture has their own set of beliefs and values that are shared among groups of people which influences personality, language, lifestyles, house hold, level modesty, social standings, foods, health treatment and identity. Culture affects how people view

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    expectations, and guidelines that help people to perceive, translate, and express various emotions. It is also important to note that there is a cultural display rule that offers members of a particular culture the standards governing the frequencies and form of emotional displays that are considered acceptable within a given society. Furthermore, cultural scripts dictate how negative and positive emotions are experienced and displayed. The scripts also offer guidelines on how people elect to regulate

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    Identity in Hurtson’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, Kingston’s Woman Warrior, and Spiegelman’s Maus Despite being a very diverse literature genre in terms of influence and inspiration, North American literature encompasses many works that share some very common thematic elements. Though there are several themes shared, one in particular can be found in most any work – the importance of identity. Particularly in some selected pieces yet to be named, identity is a very important element, not only

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    MTV's Portrayal of Women

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    fingers because MTV is such a prevalent cultural force. MTV has become so pervasive in our culture that contemporary teenagers are sometimes referred to as the MTV generation. Many argue that MTV merely reflects the amorality of our modern society and do not see that it could have a positive impact on society. But, since I rather enjoy music television and believe it can have a valid role in modern culture, I argue that MTV certainly is a powerful cultural force, but it could, and should, be a positive

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    banners, and it is set up in a four frame format - very pushy. In contrast, SAWNET is much better organized, with lost of eye-easy ‘white-space’ and culturally representative yet simple graphics. I have yet to decide if this is indicative of a cultural influence, or simply gender-biased. Both sites are several years old - in fact, Virtual Romania boasts that it is "The FIRST Ever Romanian Home Page on the Internet", and was established in April of 1994, while SAWNET began in 1991, as a mailing list

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    Hip Hop's Effect on American Culture

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    Hip hop has permeated popular culture in an unprecedented fashion. Because of its crossover appeal, it is a great unifier of diverse populations. Although created by black youth on the streets, hip hop's influence has become well received by a number of different races in this country. A large number of the rap and hip hop audience is non-black. It has gone from the fringes, to the suburbs, and into the corporate boardrooms. Because it has become the fastest growing music genre in the U.S., companies

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