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The Study of Culture and the Twenty-first Century

The book we decided to study is “Cultural Studies, The Basics, Second Edition,” by Jeff Lewis. The book examines assorted ways in which culture is “formed, theorised and studied. ” Lewis achieved this by breaking up subjects that are culturally related into numerous categories, making it simpler to understand. The book ranges from what affected Read More

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Swazi culture

The Swazi are part of the millions of Bantu-speaking peoples of Africa who migrated at different times from farther north and eventually arrived to the south-eastern region. They brought cattle and seed for cultivation, and handmade products of iron, wood, skin and clay. There occurred physical mingling and cultural diffusion and borrowing. In their process Read More

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Body Modification: Self-Expression or Self-Abuse

In many primitive rituals it is common to display feats of strength through acts of body modifications such as piercing, tattooing, branding, scarification, implants, and body suspension. These ancient rituals have not been forgotten. They are still being performed today by not only native descendants but also by groups all over the world that refer Read More

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Culture and diversity

We now live in a magnificent multicultural society. Multicultural means different cultures in one area. This could mean we could come from different orgins , cultures and religions. Everyone in this society is now individual because of this Family Family is a group of people who are drawn together by relation, marriage, birth or adoption. Read More

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Government efforts in Southeast Asia to create harmonious multicultural societies

In the second half of the 20th century, newly independent Southeast Asian states faced many challenges that saw different approaches adopted, with varying degrees of success in the various countries. Economic and political challenges were often the most crucial to the survival to these nascent nations, yet an equally important challenge was that of creating Read More

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Cultures Deserve Respect

Every culture deserves respect. Maybe you will find some traditions are absurd or unacceptable but it certainly the most important thing to it’s people. Who you to judge? What we all should be aware of that the better culture does not exit. Maintain your traditions or melt in the new culture is every new immigrant Read More

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Cultural Universals

I have chosen to write about why cultural universals pose a problem for moral relativism in this paper. I will begin by defining cultural universals (CU). Then, I will cite examples of such theory and continue by applying them to situations In which these slmllarltles can be seen. Next, I will discuss how we can Read More

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Hofstede’s Masculinity Index

Introduction Globalization has played an important role in forcing company to create their own subsidiary around the world. Sending managers of headquarter is a common thing to deal with immediate business problems, transfer their knowledge to local employees and develop international leadership skills. However, managers struggle with Masculinity versus Femininity dimension which was searched by Read More

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Culture

Our Malay ancestors brought us their own culture like drinks and foods, government, laws, writting, language, way of dressing, housing, literature, music, religions, arts, science and traditions and customs.. Early Filipinos staple food was Rice. Aside from rice, their foods includes pork, chicken, fish, fruits and vegetables. Pots and bamboo tubes are used to cooked Read More