Samples "Culture"

Culture

The influence of culture has a significant impact in one's self-concept, or collection of beliefs about one's overall place and identity in society. Self-concept includes all elements related to one's perceptions about the self, including socioeconomic status, gender identification, sexual orientation, ethnic identity, motivations and self-esteem (Byrne, 2006). Because individualistic...

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Introduction In the Jazz Age of the 1920s a cultural shift confronted America. In the cities and in the countryside, females began letting their hair down, wearing skirts, and treating themselves and their fellow men in different ways. These new ways of action and treatment of others reflect a greater...

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A 4-feet tall bronze statue titled The Fearless Girl was placed in the heart of the Financial District in Manhattan, New York City on March 7th, 2017, a day before International Woman’s Day. The statue of The Fearless Girl was placed in front of the iconic statue known as Bull...

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The success of the Walt Disney Company, founded in 1923, has long been based in creating family-friendly intellectual properties, such as Mickey Mouse, and producing innovative animated films that appealed to as large an audience as possible (Voight et al., 2017). The initial success Disney was able to establish in...

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Beauty is a characteristic that is used to describe an attribute that is perceived to exhibit satisfaction or pleasure. This is most likely something that looks very nice. It is therefore an aspect that is known to attract preferential treatment over others. Human beings have various standards through which beauty...

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It is interesting to learn about the origins of the Thanksgiving holiday, and to see how its meaning has changed over the years. The Pilgrims risked everything for the opportunity to start a new life in the New World. They did not know plants and climate of the land, and...

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Introduction In the Victorian Era, being earnest was viewed as the pinnacle of human societal achievement. Earnestness, defined most basically as being very serious, was a behavior or at least affect that plagued the Victorian era to a fault. As Oscar Wilde displayed in his theatrical evisceration of the value,...

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The McDonaldization of society refers to the mass movement of society towards extreme rationalization. While it may seem that society is simply moving towards a fast food approach, what it actually indicates is that there is movement towards always examining issues from an ends/mean analysis. Rather than looking at issues...

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Abstract This paper will discuss the selection of a single cultural artifact that I believe best represents the culture in which we live today. It will provide a detailed description of the artifact, analyzing in detail how the artifact relates to the values and beliefs of our culture. It will...

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