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    There exist some disagreements concerning the use of some sub-cultural theories to give details about the upper and the middle class crime. The theory of delinquency is of the most common among the sub-cultural theories. The young generation involve themselves in illegal offences. According to this sub-cultural theory juvenile delinquency may be termed as a social behavior that its source can be linked from the process day to day social interaction. From their, juveniles, daily interactions they

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    I’m going to write about a cultural theory and that is feminist theory. It has been around for many decades. To begin with, the feminist theory or feminism is support of equality for women and men. For many years, women have attempted for gaining equality with men. They have been held back and their opportunities taken away from them because of the fact that they were women. Even though all feminists aim for gender equality, there are different ways to approach this theory. (Kimberly Moffitt) They

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    Cultural Nursing Theory

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    economics, cultural values, environmental context, ethnohistory, and language (Alligood, 2014; Sitzman & Eichelberger, 2015). Moreover, culture care share similarities and differences related to health and well-being, how individual deal with disability and death, as well as, when to seek relief from illnesses or distress. As culture plays a vital role in health care seeking habits and decision making, it is imperative for nurses to fully understand cultural knowledge. With increase cultural knowledge

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    was a neoevolutionist in the mid-20th century that rejected the then-popular theory that a people’s culture could only be traced by historical links to past cultures. “Together with Leslie White, [Steward] contributed to the formation of the theory of multilinear evolution, which examined the way in which societies adapted to their environment” (New World Encyclopedia, 2008). Steward argued that, as opposed to the theory of unilinear evolution that suggests that cultures develop in a regular linear

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    Marxist Cultural Theory

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    This chapter examines two forms of practice that communicate messages from a group or an individual to the public, cultural production and political public speaking in the light of Marxist cultural theories. The review of writings about the practice of art by mid-20th century Marxist thinkers makes one thing clear - aesthetic utterances by artists and cultural figures fulfil a role in the political and social discourse and the importance of this role within the context of class struggle must not

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    Cultural Globalization: Theories and Methods The idea of experience regarding globalization is important, according to various scholars, as globalization only truly matters if people can feel that it has something to do with their lives. People have to sense that they are actually experiencing globalization in order to care about it and find it important enough – which is why I would like to argue that certain of the pieces in the "experiencing globalization" section of the course literature represent

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    Relation Cultural Theory Development

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    This paper analyzes my development in the context of Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT). Being older, I felt it appropriate to break my analysis up into three distinct phases: pre-adult (1-17 years of age), early-adult (18-30), and middle-adult (31 and on). In the pre-adult phase, I demonstrate a number of developmental deficiencies in RCT terms that handicapped my entry into adulthood. I then show the explosion of development that took place in my early-adult years that allowed me to begin operating

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    managing cultural diversity. Firstly, managers can decide to ignore cultural differences when drafting strategies for their organization. Such organizations just apply one common management style for the entire organization they feasibly ignore cultural differences among employees when laying out their strategies (Adler & Gundersen, 2008). Secondly they can adapt a strategy that focuses on minimizing cultural differences is when organizations do not exploit the opportunities a multi-cultural diverse

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    There are some fundamental axioms in Nishida’s theory. Axioms 1, 2 and 3 talks about the development of cultural schemas. The first axiom says that the most times people repeat a schema in their culture, the most stored it will be in their memories. That means that the repetition of a schema makes it being more stablished, what leads in an easier use of it. (Nishida, 1999) The second axiom argue that sometimes travelers do not know how to act in certain circumstances in a host culture due to the

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    Bourgois is a cultural anthropologist who wrote about the drug trade(specifically the sale of Crack)in Spanish Harlem, New york in the 80’s, he lived as an observer for more than three years with his wife to help understand what it is that makes these residents fall into a system of poverty and excess that results in them dishing out daily abuse they have experienced onto each other. Bourgois main argument is that contrary to ‘culture of poverty’ theorists who would argue that the poor people are

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