Cultural Artifacts
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...ARTIFACTS Submitted by Contents Introduction 3 Archeology 3 Indus civilization 3 Architecture and Sculpture History 4 Rock Architecture 4 Islamic Architecture 5 Modern Architecture 6 Architecture – form of artifact 6 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 Introduction What are cultural artifacts? Cultural artifacts are a vital part of humanities deep rooted in anthropology, ethnology and sociology. It comprises of the things created by human beings who enlighten us about the culture of the creator and the user. It encompasses all spheres of life including arts and literature, architecture, laws, religion even economics and way of living. All these and many other aspects altogether represent our... ? CULTURAL...
Portfolio Artifacts
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...Artifacts Because of the ever changing factors affecting a project, a project should be able to make successful plans so as to ensure its future sustainability and extension of its objectives once it has managed to achieve its current objectives. This paper seeks to identify the future of the Cognitive – behavioral therapy counseling program project in schools and also seeks to makes recommendations on the physical setting of the program project’s PowerPoint presentation. The Physical Setting for Which the Presentation is intended The Physical setting for which the presentation is intended is a darkened conference room that is filled with about 20 to 30 people. The presentation was careful... Portfolio...
Cultural Artifacts
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...Artifacts Insert His/her THE SINGLE CULTURAL ARTIFACT THAT YOU BELIEVE BEST REPRESENTS THE CULTURE IN WHICH YOU LIVE TODAY What do cultural artifacts mean?  Cultural artifact: It is an expression used in the social sciences, particularly anthropology, ethnology, and sociology for anything created by humans which gives information about the culture of its creator and users. (Ask.com) Custom of this phrase encompasses the type art which is recovered at archaeological places; however, contemporary substance of recent or near-modern society is also cultural artifacts. Religious Cultural artifacts of India: For my article, I have chosen the religious posters made in India because... ?Running Head: Cultural...
Artificial Artifacts, Like Robots
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...artifacts, like robots of Learning Introduction In the recent past, scientific and industrial revolutions have yielded what man never thought would be in five or six centuries ago, 'The Robot”, 1 machine that has undergone tremendous advancement to the extent that by the year 2000 Robots started to resemble human beings. The main concern is not that it resembles man in physical appearance, but also the way we walk, talk, think and feel. This has earned them the name ' Humanoid Robot'. A good example of the said above is the Honada's As/Mo, a machine that not only resemble man in its looks, but also enjoy virtual humanoid properties such as behavior, visual interpretation and response... ? Artificial...
Ancient world artifacts
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...Artifacts The Ancient civilization of Mesopotamia is chosen for the purpose of this study. The choice of this civilization is made on account of the various significant discoveries made during this period i.e. during 2000 - 1000 B.C.E; and the range of artifacts available for analysis which offers a unique opportunity for this study. Introduction Mesopotamia is often referred to as the cradle of ancient civilizations as since activities such as animal husbandry, agriculture, and domestication were developed during this period as compared to anywhere else, approximately eight thousand years ago. It was during this civilization that important inventions such as the wheel, the art... ?Ancient World...
Introduction to Communication-Artifacts
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...Artifacts One of my friends wears a wristband on his left hand with the letters W.W.J.D. This abbreviation means "What Would Jesus Do"? My friend unintentionally uses this personal object to show his identity to other people. Everyone, who sees his wristband, perceives him as a Christian, who takes care of other people and thinks, if a certain thing is worth doing from a Christian point of view, before doing this thing. My perception of his W.W.J.D. wristband display is positive. When I first met my friend, I did not know the type of person he was, his features and qualities. But when I saw his bracelet, I understood that he is probably a good and religious person... Introduction to...
Steps, Research Tools and Artifacts
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...ARTIFACTS Steps of writing the memo The memo to be developed will be used to solve the problem as presented to the paralegal by the attorney by giving a feedback to the attorney on the gaming matter. The memo will follow the following steps in its preparation:- analysis of the audience, this is looked at in terms of the priorities and concerns including how important this memo will be to the audience. Secondly, the heading of the memo is written down showing who has written the memo, date and the subject matter addressed. Thirdly, the opening segment of the memo is stated divided clearly in three part; the context of problem, assignment and purpose (Geist, 2010... with inexpensive plans of...
Adaptive Culture and Cultural Artifacts
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...Artifacts I think that our organization has a relatively strong culture. First, because everybody knows what and who we do for; more than just profit or bonuses, we serve people. Every business unit, whether directly... 6 March Fostering an Adaptive Culture and Assessing Our Organization’s Culture Strength Adaptive Culture McShane, Olekalns, and Travaglione (425-426) identified at least four characteristic requisites for fostering an adaptive culture; the workforce has to (1) “embrace an open-systems perspective;” (2) “take responsibility for the organization’s performance;” (3) acknowledge the need for “continuous improvement;” and (4) have a “strong learning organization.” To acquire such requisites ...
Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts
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...artifacts and Organizational Culture inserts his/her s The aim of this article was to examine the direct relationship between common artifacts (pertaining to rituals and team orientation) and organizational culture and the extent to which the former influences the latter. 2. The participants in this research were 140 employees working in sectors including Education, Manufacturing, Government, Healthcare, Hotel, IT and Textiles. Questionnaires possessing the Likert and Interval Scale were used (Jagajeevan & Shanmugam, 2008). The final results were based on 103 returned and fully completed questionnaires (Jagajeevan & Shanmugam, 2008). The methodology involved the use of t-test, Chi-Square... Common...
Religious Cultural artifacts of India
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...Artifacts Insert His/her THE SINGLE CULTURAL ARTIFACT THAT YOU BELIEVE BEST REPRESENTS THE CULTURE IN WHICH YOU LIVE TODAY What do cultural artifacts mean?  Cultural artifact: It is an expression used in the social sciences, particularly anthropology, ethnology, and sociology for anything created by humans which gives information about the culture of its creator and users. (Ask.com) Custom of this phrase encompasses the type art which is recovered at archaeological places; however, contemporary substance of recent or near-modern society is also cultural artifacts. Religious Cultural artifacts of India: For my article, I have chosen the religious posters made in India because... ?Running Head: Cultural...
Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts
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...Artifacts Deciphering organisational culture through Artifacts Introduction Organisational culture refers to the value systems, customs, beliefs, norms and behaviors that regulate the interactions of stakeholders in the organisation (Mukherjee, 2005). Organisational culture contributes to the psychological and social environment in the organisation. Culture of an organisation is expressed in the interaction with outside stakeholders, future expectations of the organisation and information flow in the organisation (Mohanty & Rath, 68). The components of organisational culture include the organisational structure, the control systems, the power structures... ? Deciphering organizational culture through...
Organisational Culture, Artifacts, role of Artifacts in Organisational Change and "S.M.A.R.T" Objectives
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...Artifacts, role of artifacts in organizational change and “S.M.A.R.T” objectives Organizational Culture Culture is an expression used recurrently in place of work debates. Culture is crucial to achieving optimum levels of organizational effectiveness. Over the past few years, authors and scholars have tried to define organizational culture differently. Like other wider delineations, Brown (1995) defines organizational culture as “a set of norms, beliefs, principles and ways of behaving that together give each organization a distinctive character”. In essence, organizational culture refers to the “pattern of shared basic assumptions that the group learned as it solved... ? Organizational Culture,...
Identify the artifacts produced on the images during CT scans.describe the method used to reduce or remove these artifacts.
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...artifact compromises the quality of the image generated from the scan, thus making it difficult to use the image as a diagnostic tool (Barrett & Keat, 2004). There are several ways by which artifacts originate which include processes involving CT data acquisition, movement of patients during the scanning process or presence of metals on the body, problems with the scanner or during... the reconstruction process (Barrett & Keat, 2004). The various types of artifacts and the methods used for reducing their occurrence are discussed below. Physics-based artifacts These are mainly concerned with acquisition of CT data. Problems with the detector or other parts of...
How cultural values get reflected in technological artifacts
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...Artifacts Roll No: Teacher: 29th October 2008 Discuss some of the issues related to technology, culture, and technology design. Considering the works of Winner, Poster (and perhaps others), discuss how cultural values get reflected in technological artifacts. In other words, how do material objects make an argument? Media has a close relation to culture and technology. According to Mark Poster, with improvement of technology, media is also going to improve. Media is a huge platform that keeps the capacity of highlighting culture of a society. According to Mark Poster, Media of the second media age will be decentralized and unrestricted... beings, while being worked at. According to Mark...
Identify the artifacts produced on the images during CT scans. Describe the
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...Artifacts in CT Images Artifacts are structures which are seen on the images by are not part of the actual anatomy (Goldman, 2007, 222).. Artifacts are very common during CT imaging. Infact, of all types of imaging, CT imaging is more prone to artifacts (Goldman, 2007, 222).. This is because image in CT scan is not the original image and is actually a reconstruction one developed from several measurements by independent detectors (Barrett, and Keat, 2004, 1680). Artifacts thus affect the quality of imaging and the value of diagnosis. Radiologists must detect CT artifacts while reporting to...
Langdon Winner's "Artifacts/Ideas and Political Culture" W2
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...ARTIFACTS/IDEAS AND POLITICAL CULTURE A reflection on Langdon Winner’s popular article Artifacts/Ideas and Political Culture in the book Society, Ethics and Technology reveals very interesting and very important concepts with regard to the role of technology in modern society. Identification of context The most interesting item selected from Winner’s discussion is the argument that there are various contemporary technology that have anti-democratic values in them. These include centralizing power, unequal distribution of goods, including the view that the world is structured in a hierarchical manner as well as the view that men and women have different of divergent competencies... LANGDON WINNER’S...
1. Identify the artifacts produced on the images during CT scans. Describe the
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...Artifacts During CT Imaging Introduction Artifacts are defined as “as any structure that is seen on an image but is not representative of the actual anatomy” (Goldman, 2007, 222). In other words, artifact is “any systematic discrepancy between the CT numbers in the reconstructed image and the true attenuation coefficients of the object” (Barrett, J., and Keat, 2004, 1680). CT imaging is more prone for artifacts when compared to conventional radiography because "the image is reconstructed from something on the order of a million independent detector measurements. The reconstruction technique assumes that all...
The culture( Values & norms) and the "artifacts culture" of United Nation Environment Program (UNEP )
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...artifacts culture" of United Nation Environment Program (UNEP) The culture (Values & norms) and the "artifacts culture" of United Nation Environment Program (UNEP) Organizational culture may be termed as the principles and beliefs of a given organization (Shafritz & Ott, 1996). In this context, the culture of UNEP has a huge impact on its employees and the interaction amongst them. Since the first session held by UNEP in 1973, this organizations Governing Council has continued emphasizing the necessity of a more holistic approach to ensure sustainable development and environment protection. The Council recognizes that environmental changes have economic, social... The culture (Values & norms) and the...
Do you think individuals or organizations should be allowed to own ancient artifacts that originated in another country?
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...artifacts that originated in another country by individuals or organizations Organizations or individuals should not be allowedto own ancient artifacts that originated in another country. This position takes into consideration the fact that some of the items originating from another country could have been obtained illegally or out of coercion. Examples of these include sculptures of the Parthenon. These are 2500 years old Greek sculptures that were pried off the temple two centuries ago by Britain’s Lord Elgin. To add salt on the wound, the sculptures were named Elgin (Poggioli 1). This means that the possession of such sculptures by Britain not only snatched the Greeks... of their heritage...
Artifacts in vancouver
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...artifact. Whether it was placed intentionally as some form of unexpected decoration or the leaves naturally fell and left their mark... Autumn Leaves Location: Mainland St. and Smithe St. “Every leaf speaks bliss to me/ Fluttering from the autumn tree” (Bronthe 3-4). In these lines, Emily Bronthe speaks of nature’s positive effect on emotions. Imprinted on the pavement where an actual tree stands are these leaves ubiquitously placed one after the other. At a certain angle the leaves almost look like they are in pairs and in a row. Some are heavily etched on the concrete while others are ever so lightly marked with some parts of the leaf not as pronounced. No evidence can be had on the origins of this...
Artifacts of our own cultures surround us. From art and music to architecture and literature, from philosophy and religion to laws and economics, we live among cultural artifacts that have deep roots.
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...artifact that represents the culture of the U.S. It discusses the details of how the flagcame into being, how it relates to the values and beliefs of the American Culture, and its historical roots. It also identifies the significance of the flag to representing the people of America, as well as its rich culture. The Star-Spangled Banner An artifact is an object that is designed “for a certain purpose” (“Artifact,” 2011). It embodies the culture of a place and is often developed through human art and workmanship. The word artifact came from the Latin words arte (art) and factum (to make) (“Artifact,” 2011). The United States of America has its rich... This paper looks at the Star-Spangled Banner as an...
Choice 3: Compare and contrast Minoan, Mycenaean and Trojan palaces. Should the Mycenaean palaces be regarded as an indigenous mainland Greek development? You will want to consider architecture, decoration, artifacts found inside, and function in your ans
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...artifacts found inside the palaces and their respective culture roles. The design of the palaces The Minoan, Trojan and Mycenaean palaces had central poinst of focus; they had rectangular paved court in which the palace buildings were well designed and built. However, their construction materials varied; the Minoan palaces were constructed from stone blocks, rubble, mud bricks and wood. The walls, wooden roofs as well as wooden door frames expounds... Minoan, Mycenaean and Trojan palaces Introduction The Great Civilization was experienced in Greece in the Greek Bronze Age. The earlier civilization which took place in the island of Crete is referred to as the Minoan civilization. Its name was derived...
Summary on movie "Secrets Of The Silk Road" and how the movie related to anthropology
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...artifacts that back to the Bronze Age and exhibited at the Penn Museum which was previously called the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Though these artifacts do not reflect a single culture, yet its anthropological connections are not only important but highly significant. These artifacts are excavated from different sites with some of them being over thousands of years. The basin around the area of The Silk Road was multicultural where about 28 different languages existed. Different religions such as Zoroastrianism, Christianity, Buddhism and Judaism... with practiced. Conquerors such as Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan visited the Silk Road in search...
Analyzing Communication
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...Artifacts employment can occur in either a no verbal communication or a verbal communication. Their interpretation can occur as objects shaped by human crafts. In communication, an artifact is something that viewing can occur as the result of human conception. Artifacts are not easily detectable thou under intense cooperation, and observation one might recall the usage of artifacts in communication all the time. Artifacts also indicate the human workmanship. They also provide an idea about the personality of the speaker and the audience. In mass media, artifacts can be heard as the disruption of a speech... Analyzing Communication Journalism, mass media and communication Analyzing Communication...
What the role of organizational culture in organizational change?
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...artifacts and how might they play a role in organizational change? Organizational behavior in an organization develops over the years of the existence of the organization and is closely linked to its organizational culture. Every organization has a unique organizational culture that differentiates it from others. Organizational culture manifests “the values and basic assumptions shared among organizational members” and as such “these values tend to persist over time and are more resistant to change” (Sims, 2002, p. 303). While organizational culture plays several key roles in an organization the two most dominant roles are: “adaptations to the organization’s... What is organizational culture? What are...
Analyzing Communication
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...Artifacts employment can occurin either a no verbal communication or a verbal communication. Their interpretation can occur as objects shaped by human crafts. In communication, an artifact is something that viewing can occur as the result of human conception. Artifacts are not easily detectable thou under intense cooperation, and observation one might recall the usage of artifacts in communication all the time. Artifacts also indicate the human workmanship. They also provide an idea about the personality of the speaker and the audience. In mass media, artifacts can be heard as the disruption of a speech... ? Analyzing Communication Journalism, mass media and communication Analyzing Communication...
Museum art techniques
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...artifacts are kept. They offer artistic experiences to the people of past, present and future generation. There are various ways in which this role is played by Museums. They offer custody for ancient artifacts which offers visual impression and reflect the diverse culture of various communities. They also emphasize the aesthetic beauty of sculptors, paintings and other forms of art that signifies source of civilization. The museums have archival records arranged in a particular pattern which offers lessons to modern librarians and information professionals on how to effectively manage records. The viewing audience enjoys the history... Museum art techniques Museums are the remaining safe boxes where...
Collecting and Repatriation of Culture
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...artifacts or cultural objects back to their native lands. Most artifacts ad works of art bear a cultural value to their communities or nations of origin. However, as things stand today, many of these artifacts and works of art have been removed from their cultural settings and taken away to museums and other places for preservation or commercial purposes. When this happens, the objects lose their cultural context and significance while their areas of origin lose a significant part of their history. Therefore, in order to restore culture and a people’s past, there is need to repatriate all... Collecting and Repatriation of Culture Collecting and repatriation of culture is a process of restoring of...
One of the most acknowledged artists, Tony Cragg
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...artifacts during the early stages of his career resembled the deferent types of vessels and flasks used in the laboratory. In mid 1990s, tony began producing artifacts that were more organic and elastic. At the beginning of the year 2000, Cragg began producing work that was based on geometric structures. He also utilized the latest painting technology and, this helped him to overcome the problem of adding color in his cast works. Unlike other artists of his generation, Cragg’s work was considered as the most complex. This is because not only did he produce artifacts, but he also propagated his own ideologies and philosophy through his... Tony Cragg Tony Cragg was a British sculptor and one of the most...
Native Remains Essay
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...Artifacts of Native Americans There are many exhibitions of Native Americans’ remains and artifacts all over the country, but the history of Native Americans and their cultural and historical heritage is complicated and terrible. Even now there are many opinions and disagreements about the ownership of these objects. Some people think that giving everything back to the direct descendents is the right thing to do, while other people think that all similar objects belong to museums. So, who should posses these remains and artifacts and who should make such decisions? “Under the presidency of George H.W. Bush, Congress passed the Native American Graves... The (English 1002) The (10 July The Remains and...
Fashion abstracts
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...artifacts found in a museum of choice. The prelude of my exhibition was fostered on the affirmation given “The whole art of living is mirrored in fashion” (Beaton 1975). Clothing and accessories are vital elements of studying the popular culture and social history of a given people. Based on fashion on can be able to tell to which class or status one hails from, as well as the gender factor is well determined via fashion constitutes, since the female fashion is way different from the male fashion. Furthermore, the clothing and textile museum was established in 1996 to carter for the storage of fashion artifacts to serve as holotypes of the past culture...
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...Artifacts, role of artifacts in organizational change and “S.M.A.R.T” objectives Organizational Culture Culture is an expression used recurrently in place of work debates. Culture is crucial to achieving optimum levels of organizational effectiveness. Over the past few years, authors and scholars have tried to define organizational culture differently. Like other wider delineations, Brown (1995) defines organizational culture as “a set of norms, beliefs, principles and ways of behaving that together give each organization a distinctive character”. In essence, organizational culture refers to the “pattern of shared basic assumptions that the group learned as it solved problems... Organizational Culture,...
Breast Magnetic Resonance
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...artifacts associated with Breast MRI, and strategies used to minimize them The application of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has grown in recent years as a tool used in medical imaging diagnosis (Bernstein, Huston & Ward, 2006, p. 735–737). This has particularly been witnessed in creasing of breast as a way of treating cancer and other related malignant tumors. However, technicians and radiologists working on these systems quite often encounter image artifacts related to radio waves with strong magnets in the scanner. There are numerous artifacts associated with MRI scanning. Therefore, understanding their causes may be the surest way of minimizing, correcting or avoiding... ?Discuss the common image...
Petterson Mound
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...artifacts such as eye bone needle, thatching needle, fiber-strippers, antler digging tool, antler haft, pitted cobble, pecking stone, abrading stone, mussel shell spoon, whale bone object, sharpened elk ulna, drilled canine tibia, backed clay, scrapers and choppers were excavated from the site since 1935 (Davis & Treganza 1959: 27, 38). For instance, about 1000 artifacts and 169 burials have been recovered, with only about 20 percent of the site having been excavated (Davis & Treganza 1959: 12). Moreover, about 2000 artifacts and 260 burials had been... Patterson Mound Background Information Archaeological studies involve two key objectives, which include the reconstruction of people’s past lives, and...
Research Paper ( Fine Art)
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...artifacts from diverse cultures. The museum of arts, just as its name suggests preserves artifacts from different cultures ranging from paintings to sculptures among other most common forms of products of arts (Sporre 20). Art provides an effective platform for the portrayal of the society; artists therefore produce artifacts that are of relevance to their cultures and the economic practices in either their societies or those of their audiences. This way, their works earn familiarity with the target audience thereby preserving the cultural practice. This therefore implies... ?Research Paper (Fine Art) Topic one The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the of New York is a facility that stocks an assortment of...
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...artifacts. Organizational change could be achieved at different levels of the firm, even at an entirely lower level. Organizational outline require not descend from the top yet might develop through, from the endeavors of individuals all around the organization who are the part of the organizational culture and the change. Change is a vital part of an organization since change is constant and if an organization stops adapting with the changing environment, it becomes obsolete. The organizational culture can be disseminated and grown by incorporating it in the artifacts of the firm. The artifacts can be informational objects, physical objects and intangible... ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL...
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...artifacts belonging to the Vikings in the coast of Ellesmere Island. Hence, the discovery of the yarn in 1999 made Sutherland to scrutinize other archeologist artifacts originating from the domain of Arctic hunter. Surprisingly, the spun yarns found spread from Nunguvik, Tanfield Valley, Willows Island, to Avayalik Island located between Northern Baffin Island and Northern Labrador. Moreover, the fragments of tally sticks discovered resembled Vikings items used to record trade transaction and to spin fibers. Consequently, many artifacts from the Arctic found in the Museum pointed out the good relation in trade... Vikings and Native America Canada Baffin Island in the Arctic majorly had settlement of the ...
Indiana State Museum
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...artifacts in the facilities vary in type and quality; some of these are as old as thousands of years. The facility therefore vows to protect some of these precious artifacts from destructions arising from both natural or man made... Indiana Museum Located in the Indiana Central Canal in White River Park, the Indiana Museum isa state operated cultural site and conservancy centre. Displaying eleven historic sites spanning over the entire state, this facility is definitely one of the greatest custodian of American history and culture. The facility addresses a number of environmental and a conservancy issue. Being a pre historic site, the museum understands the importance of the environment and the...
Analzye a topic
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...artifacts to demonstrate or instill certain ideologies to their audience (Silverstein 213). The 19th century is considered the peak of utilitarianism. Magnolia and Irises, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious are indeed utilitarian works of art. Thus artifacts produced during this era depicted utirlitarian ideologies. For example Louis Tiffany’s work Magnolia and Irises, is typically utilitarian (Tiffany Studios web). The artifacts depict the river of life... Utilitarian artworks Art works serves a variety of purposes. An artworks function may depend on many factors, including framework, style, theme, and goals. Indeed, Art has a major role in developing the perception of the society. Artists use their...
Articulating the Culture of Your Cohort
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...artifacts. The espoused values and underlying assumptions can be identified with the newly formed cohort. Artifacts are the seen processes and structures of the organization. Values that are the philosophies, goals and strategies of the group. The underlying assumptions that are basic include; feelings and thoughts, perceptions, unconscious. It is the final source of actions and values (Schein, 2010). There are certain artifacts that make the interaction between the cohort different from other groups... Articulating the Culture of Your Cohort Walden Masters of Science n Leadership cohort In expressing the culture of the group, it is imperative to look at the levels of culture so as to identify the...
Art in south afric
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...artifacts that attracted tourists, but many of the artists emerged during the end of apartheid. 1) The African crafts ranges from fantastic decorations of Christmas tree, embroidered cloths and simple candle holders. For instance, the craftsmen use beads... ART IN SOUTH AFRICA Art in South Africa Outline: Research Topic: Art in South Africa Thesis ment: Even though, South Africa was impacted by Apartheid, the country designs significant range of arts and crafts ranging from magnificent embroidered clothes, candleholders, pretty tableware to fantastic basket ware and there is plenty in traditional media work. I. South Africa has varied traditional media and artists who constantly designed the African a...
A museum visit to autry museum los angeles and its relation to class
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...artifacts and pieces of work which I could relate to through Thisfollowed historical and cultural significance and created a deeper understanding of some of the issues of the culture as well as the associations which were created in terms of the art work. More important, it showed and reflected the values which were associated with each society during specific times. The first observation I had when moving through the museum were the artifacts and paintings of cowboys and the Native Americans. The observations of the painting that stood out were one of a cowboy that was chasing two buffalo and the depiction which followed... ?When going through the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, there were recognizable...
CULTURAL PROPERTY, ETHICS AND LAW:Stolen and illegally exported items of arts
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...artifacts generally represent the culture and heritage of a civilization or of a human community. As being ancient, they attract the attention of artifact collectors belonging to diverse regions throughout the globe. Artefacts have always been considered as a sign of attachment of people towards their culture and community. These artefacts project the diversification patterns within human society. These also determine the patterns through which a justification can be made about the existence of human beings on this planet. However, if seen from a legal perspective, these artifacts can also... be considered as governmental property depending on the location of their archaeological findings. In...
Women In Artwork
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...artifacts from a numerous collection including the ancient era. Frequently, images are concurrently used to express people culture, especially their traditional way of dressing, and beauty. There are numerous platforms that are used in designing human images especially in the art that can be traced to have been used decades ago. The use of three dimension images was commonly used by the modern man as they had advanced tools that would be used to develop sculptures and other products. There are also several transformations that have taken place in the artwork field... Role of Women in Ancient and Modern Art The artwork is a field that has attracted many individuals talented with drawing and creating of...
Creative of Art
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...artifacts and other objects of cultural, scientific, artistic, or ancient significance and avail them for public viewing through exhibitions. Designated personnel and administrators who are charged with the responsibility of executing daily operations, offer guidance to visitors in the museums (Danilov 98). They direct all visitors around and through the space of the museum by showing them various artifacts in the institution. Indeed, space is a vital aspect in a museum as it determines the number of objects that can be accommodated, display of the objects... Museums Who gives direction in a museum including how the available space is important A museum is an organization that cares for a collection of...
The relationship between Taipei National Palace Museum and Beijing Palace Museum
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...artifacts from the ancient China. The museum should not be confused with the Beijing palace museum. The two have similarities in that they both trace their ancestry to one institution. The division occurred in 1940 when the Chinese civil war erupted. Today, Taipei national palace museum boasts to be an organization in possession of collection perceived to be truly international. The museum is in possession of leading artifacts collections worldwide derived from the ancient china. The cultural artifacts collection found in Taipei... ?Founding of the Taipei national palace museum Taipei is Taiwan’s capital and largest in the country’s northern part. It was founded in the 18thcentury under the rule of the...
Asian art musuem
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...artifacts are as old as 2 million years: One of the oldest pieces of art work in these collections is the gliding does that were used in the 17th century; gliding doors were used to grace the in the entrance... Roads of Arabia Over the last forty decades, archeologists working in various parts of Arabian Peninsula have made various astonishing ancient art discoveries in this region. These discoveries have increased transformed the region in regard to the understanding of the historical contexts associated with the inhabitant. Roads of Arabia is a collection of over 200 pieces of ancient art work that are currently kept in the Museum Asian Art Museum. Archeologists have indicated that some of these...
Why Selfies Do More Harm Than Good
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...artifacts. Cultural artifacts are the trends or any fashion, etc created by a person concerning his traditional and cultural norms. Cultural artifacts are items that prove to provide information concerning the person`s society and background. Cultural artifacts are not only ancient. They are being made every day by ordinary people. Items which stand out are followed by other people. These items or trends are forward. In this way, the trend gains popularity... Why Selfies Do More Harm Than Good We humans make things. We create things. These are the things that define us. They also tend to highlight our society to just within a single nation but other nations too. This creation of people is defined as arti...
Cultural Dynamics
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...artifacts, symbols, and assumption (Hatch 1993). It is then affected by interpretation, manifestation, realization, and symbolism. Mary Jo Hatch helps us reflect upon culture... Cultural Dynamics The Dynamics of Organizational Culture Mary Jo Hatch and Organizational Culture Mary Jo Hatch (1993) defines cultural dynamics from the origin of anthropologists. She is concerned with the evolution of culture and how that affects organizations today. Ms Hatch, in her article, compares her theory to Schein's theory, and goes on to explain how her theory is different. Cultural dynamics is a way of determining how a culture in an organization is determined and changed. It includes such elements as values,...
Breast MRI
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...artifacts. The artifacts are responsible for the generation of poor quality images that may cause a misdiagnosis of the condition. In some breast cancer research centers, MRI acts as the sole imaging tool. Therefore, lack of experience... ? Breast MRI Breast magnetic resonance is a powerful tool that has gained immense prominence in breast cancer, research and treatment over the past decades (Hendrick 2007, p. 30). Potential applications of breast MRI include the examination of the extent of damage of breast cancer in affected women, examination of contralateral breast cancer in the newly diagnosed breast cancer patients, screening of breast cancer in women at high risk of developing the condition, and...
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