Globalization and Culture
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Globalization should both be taken as a curse and a blessing to humanity as it has its merits and demerits. It has appeared as a change in the lives of their people, their thought patterns and logic of imaginative expression. For example, maintaining the religious traditions and protecting social institutions are some of these global pressures.
Music has the power to change lives
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Music has tremendous impact not only on human beings but also on all forms of life. Music is also a "universal language" that can be heard and understood by different people, and provide a link to socialization for human beings, even when their languages, races, social classes, and cultures are different.
Waiting for Macedonia by Ilka Thiessen.
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The author depicts the young female engineers, the main aim is to portray females in the wider population of rapidly changing political and social spheres as not merely receivers of change, as many researchers have placed them, but in the forefront to advocate and lead the changes with a remarkable impact upon the society.
Cultural Tourism in QUB
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This paper examines this aspect of cultural tourism with the aim of establishing whether the University has really attained the qualification of being termed as a cultural tourism destination. There is also the undeniable possibility that it is still just a brand with significant equity among its students, staff, alumni and physical environs.
History of Kiribati Culture
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One resoundingly unique element in the Kiribati culture is the free-spirited nature of daily activities unconstrained by time pressures. In Kiribati, life takes on a pace that is natural and unperturbed about the future. Most economic practices aim to sustain the daily livelihood of families and the community in general.
Perspective of Cultural Heritage towards the Education
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The understanding of the bonding between the child and parent is very important because the society of today will get to comprehend the importance of the family relationships. Some cultures are quite entertaining to learn where some are quite humorous, and they are used to by the learners to get entertained and extract the humor.
Identifying Ethical Differences in Culture
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In an article entitled, “Crossing the Cultural Divide,” the authors, Fred Burton and Scott Stewart (2008) elaborate on this principle and compare the ethical and legal parameters of its use in China and the adverse reaction that business and law enforcement in the United States have towards it.In China culture certainly defines actions.
Searching for the Real Me and We. A Filipino-American Experience
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The migration of Filipinos to the US was basically determined in the past and at present by the desire of the US for cheap and efficient labor, a desire in keeping with capitalism’s exploitative character and racist framework. Many Filipino-Americans have absorbed the dominant US culture, which prevents them from understanding the realities behind their own migration experience, decolonizing their thinking, and developing their unity with all poor people of color.
Effects of Upholding the Traditions
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Traditions have been recognized as effective strategies by which the society can use to improve the life of the community. Consequently, many people are trying to uphold their traditions as a means to improve their community. However, there are challenges as to which traditions should be upheld, and which ones should be done away with.
Cultural Diversity
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Interaction does not imply adopting the foreign culture. Every family has its culture, every society, and community boast of their culture, every country too has its culture.
The Romantic Period
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This paper argues that the Industrial Revolution should also be considered an important context for writings of the romantic period, underlining connections between dominant themes of period writings and the industrial background. From the middle of the eighteenth century to the middle of the nineteenth century, Europe and America witnessed a profusion of technological innovations deeply affecting such fields as industry, agriculture, travel, and military combat.
MTV Culture And Music TV In Popular Culture
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. Popular culture can be defined as ways and means of life that are communicated by messages that have little or no intellectual and aesthetic demands through content that is designed purposefully for amusement and entertainment. Popular culture includes music, sports, and other activities that have huge audiences.
Humanities-17th-20th CENTS: Literature,Philosophy,Art&Music
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It was this social contract that was used to implement distributive justice in society to ensure that law was upheld and all individuals had their rights and freedoms kept intact, which provided a form of social protection.
Dilemmas of Corporate Power in a Democratic Society
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The citizens of a country are expected to fully participate in politics and civil life without abuse of their human rights. Democracy is also a rule of law whereby the laws and laid down procedures apply equally to each and every citizen.The increasing average power for capital elites for both profit and not-for-profit organizations.
The Impact of Culture on Perception and Behavior
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Culture exercises significant influence in how people in a country interact with foreigners and the difference can be easily noticed when they meet for the first time. Culture can shape the way some people see the world because it sculptures the brain.
Tucker the Man and His Dream
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The success of this idea can be attributed to the fact that the military embraced the idea in another form. The important was the idea of innovating a shield for the soldiers that were shooting at the armored vehicle. The next opportunity that Tucker had been after he unveiled the dream of making the Tucker Torpedo.
Global Distribution Of Material Goods And Products
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Co-workers in the same position as I were young females in their early 20s. We all worked hard with as much skill and caring as possible. Many of us grew close very quickly.
Ancient to Modern Art History
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The focus of this paper is on ancient to modern art history and also the essay gives a detailed information about St Augustine. Though a trained rhetoric, as a Christian communicator, he believed that, while handling the eternal truths of God, emotion lifting oratory was beneath the dignity of the Christian.
Analysis of Food and Culture
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From this research, it is clear that preparation, serving and how food is eaten is addressed by most societies. Individuals introduce food to their children in their childhood. Cultures that introduce a variety of food for their young ones ensure that all members of the society have a self-worth.
Dim Sum: A Mirror of Hong Kongs Past, Present and Future
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The widespread popularity of dim sum is due to its large selection and diverse use of ingredients. For example, Har Gau (Shrimp Dumplings) are the staple items at dim sum places to determine the authenticity of the restaurant however, there are dishes like egg tarts that originated from Portugal and evolved to fit the taste of the locals.  
Postmodernism - American Popular Culture
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The aim of this paper is to analyze postmodernism. Frederic Jameson reiterated that postmodernism represents the expression of multinational aspects of contemporary lifestyle and an advanced phase of capitalism. Jameson, as cited in Chernus, asserts that it is important for individuals to recognize that their lives are shaped by the mode of production.
Research Commision on Theatre Tradtion Nautanki
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Further to our discussion about the next play, for which you have kindly agreed to fund, I would like to propose a theater form called Nautanki, about which I am sending you a write-up, including actor training, gestures, movements, make-up, costumes etc. in detail. I will also let you know the work that has to be done for this play beforehand.
The Influence of Edger Allan Poe and Pablo Picasso on Society
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This paper will help to understand the influence of Edger Allan Poe & Pablo Picasso on society in the 20th century. This two figures are very important in the context of culture. The focus of this study is on the question: What kind of influence did these two men leave as their legacies for the 20th century?
House (Tv Series)
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This paper focuses upon before his intelligence and fame is an attitude that makes other characters afraid of or hate him. Dr. Lisa Cuddy, the hospital administrator and dean of medicine, admires the intelligence and skills of Dr. House that she considers him as an asset of the hospital despite Dr. House’s ridiculous attitudes. For this reason, she always fights for the doctor, trying to protect him from the dangers he faces as he goes on with his callous nature.
Scotish Heritage
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This essay seeks to define the Scottish ethnic group from the American society’s view of the group through social institutions such as the government, education, and the mass media. The Scottish ethnic group numbers to millions in number in the US, thus, it is a group which therefore has a significant impact in American society.
Vision of Byzantine Art
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He is most famous for two particular pieces entitled Life of the Virgin and the Last Judgment. The piece that this paper will be examining is The Last Judgment.
Culture Shock
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The cultural shock is the condition that is prevalent in global economy. People, coming across from one culture to another that is vastly different from their own, experience the huge difference which is very unsettling and often find it difficult to adjust in the new environment.
Pleasing Phuket
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So I booked a flight there and I was soon on my way via China Airlines to the place they call “Pearl of the South”. I landed in Phuket on a cloudy day. Phuket is located in the sparkling, blue waters of the Andaman Sea and only 70 minutes flying from Bangkok. Although everybody knows that Phuket is one of the most popular beach destinations in Thailand.
Ways in which contemporary art history engages with issues of difference in class, power, culture, etc
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This paper discusses contemporary art history and how it engages with such questions as class, power, culture, gender, sexuality, ethnicity or, creed. Art involves an expression, which can also be an application, of creative skill and imagination especially through a visual medium. People have treated such works in more different way each fielding.
Art history
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Among these invaders were craftsmen who excelled in metalwork, jewelry and stone. It was a period of transition. The Romans had gone and a new civilization was being born. The Romans had a well established means of communication and trade, but these links were gradually lost and life became, for some 500 years, much more localized.
Our Contemporary Popular Music: Art of Kitsch?
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“Music has charms to sooth a savage beast, To soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak.” - William Congreve, The Mourning Bride
What Is Postmodernism
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This essay focuses on the meaning of postmodernism. Though postmodernism is one of the most interesting field of study and research these days, but there is no such definition that can actually define postmodernism in the complete sense. The process of transition is known as the shifting from modernism to postmodernism.
Creations of Ancient Egypt Visual Art
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The author of the paper discusses the ancient Egypt visual art and provides certain ideas concerning it. Namely, according to Honour and Fleming, it could appear that every aspect of these early art forms was being presented from an angle. Notably, these crafts in statues, pottery, and paintings seemed to fall into place perfectly.
The Grammar of Hip-hop
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On the other hand, musicians from the southern states, known in hip-hop scenario as ‘Dirty South’, are identified with African-American culture evoloved in the southern states before the Abolition Act Perkins, 1996; Chang, 1999. The Dirty South style takes its melodies from the Caribbean music like zydecco, ska and reggae.
Global youth culture
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Globalization has led to increasingly closely linked countries that are interdependent making it appear as a global village. Globalization has led to the spread of ideas and culture that before were isolated to certain regions and groups. This spread of ideas and culture has given rise to the rise of global culture.
Chinese and American Zombies
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People have been afraid of death and they have often believed that the balance between life and death can be violated. It is noteworthy that the contemporary beliefs on the undead are dominated by the western monster, a zombie that is typical of American pop culture. This is the result of the spread of the American culture through media.
Varieties of languages and cross-cultural communication
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According to the author, the intra-language variation used by the author is American English, reflected in the accent, dialect, and pronunciation. The author also highlights, from a dialectal perspective, author's English echoes the American variation due to his/her geographic provenance and the cultural context in which the author grew up.
African American Culture
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The author of the text comments on the impact of the Afro-American culture, stating that the influence of the African American culture has imparted a highly influential impact on the American society with several implications. To be precise, different aspects of the Afro-American oral communication as a part of the American popular culture are analyzed in the paper.
Experiences with People of Other Cultures
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The author of this essay was brought up to respect people of other cultures ever since he was a young child, so he personally has no problem with diversity. He has traveled to different parts of the globe because he wants to experience as many cultures as I possibly can. The author believes that we can all learn from other cultures.
The Adventist Church National City Concert Report
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One of the elements is that the concerts showcase rich cultural aspects possessed by an array of groups across the world. Another appealing point is that concerts feature a lot of entertainment. However, all these depend on the theme that the concert has been accorded. One of the recent concerts is that which took place at the Adventist Church National City.
Multicultural Maladjustments
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A feeling of perpetual disorientation and discord haunts the lives of the people who are forced by circumstances to live as a part of multiple cultures. They can overcome this feeling by consciously trying to become a part of the prevailing culture. Being an outsider does affect their interpretation of the world around them.
African American history and culture
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Tracing the African American culture can be a great challenge since there is no specific geographical location or a group of people in Africa that were shipped from different parts of the continent to the New World. Furthermore, the African American came as a result of the enslaved Africans in America who desired new life.
Cultural Diversity
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China has further been experiencing a growing trend in its tourism with cultural diversity that is being invested in, as a source of tourists’ attraction. China has been able to attract a large number of tourists. The Bia people, for instance, form a basis of tourists attraction through their cultural art products and cultural festivals.
Intro to Film
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This study explores the director’s style and how it was developed. His early career started in the year 1969 as the TV professional in the segments for the 1969 ‘Night Gallery’ episodes where he along with Joan Coward presented a segment bearing the title, “Eyes”. In the mentioned episode, itself Steven’s forces as the expert camera person evolved out and his career took a plunge.
Postmodernism in the Arts, Architecture and Cinema
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This researcher of this essay focuses on postmodernism and modernism. As centuries went by this term was used to specifically describe present times also including what was new. In the nineteenth century this term was used to designate “modernism”. Modernism is a new genre of human excellence in thought.
High and low culture
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The author of the essay emphasizes the idea that the continuous development of technology has been the basis for significant changes in daily ethics and traditions. Furthermore, culture, in all its forms, has been also affected.It is stressed, two forms of culture have common historical roots, meaning that they have appeared almost simultaneously.
African Culture and Development
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The author of the essay comments on Africa’s geographical features and cultural practices that have promoted its development. It is also stated that the progress and development that has taken place in Africa, or lack of it thereof, can be attributed to its geographical features and its cultural practices.
How contemporary designer Anna Sui, has reinterpreted and been influenced by the past
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From folk, grunge and heavy metal music to Victorian, Rococo and ancient Egyptian style, Anna Sui channels her passion for fashion by getting influences from all aspects. Not only is she a well-rounded designer inspired by all things around her but also has become one of the “most celebrated names in fashion history” and the first Chinese-American to make it big in the industry.
Murals of Mexico
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Murals or fresco paintings are very significant and one of the oldest forms of imaginative, political, and social expression in the history of Mexico. Diego Rivera is amongst the Mexican muralists who revived this form of painting and in turn created a genre of public art that had great significance and influence on Mexicans.
Surrealist Elements in Contemporary Art
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Many of Jonas Burghett's works are inspired by the 16th-century Flemish artists who were attracted to the fantastical and the grotesque. The nature of the art expressing the fears and darker natures in order to reflect the abstracted nature of humanity, raw and fertile for exploration concerning the atrocities that can be observed. He is also inspired by the surrealists, his work reflecting the dream state in the use of color and composition.
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