Samples "Culture"

Culture

Historically, Australia has had a reputation for egalitarianism as evidenced by the absence of a rigid class system or structure and a relatively conservative bourgeois materialism. Egalitarianism, in this case, refers to a philosophical school of thought that emphasized equal treatment and equality across political beliefs, economic status, religion, and...

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Muslims are treated as foreigners in Germany foremost due to the fact that they are usually easily visually recognized. There is a lot of stereotyping of people who look Middle Eastern and, specifically, follow Islam. As noted in the video (PBS, 2010), according to public opinion polls, Muslim people are...

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When addressing Indiana, particular emphasis must be given to the fact that it incorporates three main physical regions such as The Great Lakes Plains, the Tipton Till Plain, and the Southern Hills and Lowland region. As many historians report, this state was destined to become America’s agricultural centre (Neal). In...

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The Mohican, a branch of the Mahican Tribe, once occupied lands in the Hudson Valley from Poughkeepsie to Albany, including the Catskill Mountains, in what is now New York State. Living near the Hudson River and its banks, the Mohican relied heavily on the resources provided by the river, including...

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The Puritan narratives of the early American settlers often depicted the Native Indians as brutal savages, equating the Natives with the devil, attributing to them wicked, inhuman deeds. Specifically, the captivity narrative of Puritan Mary Rowlandson advances these notions and leads the settlers to stereotype the Indian Natives as savage...

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HinduismPrior to the modern age Hinduism was not the name of this ancient tradition that has no starting point. The practice of the traditions that became known as Hinduism have derived from what some believe are thousands of years in the past while there are practitioners who have claimed the...

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Bombay, India is a city that is now known internationally, since 1995, as Mumbai, India (Beam, 2008). However, local residents refuse to adopt this change and they still call their city Bombay (Khan, 2016). There are four major languages which are spoken in this city (Advameg, 2017). The religion in...

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Having the opportunity to experience living in two different countries is an experience worth trying but hard at the same time. These countries are completely different in every way, such as language and culture. I am talking about the differences between Kuwait and the U.S. As I mentioned above, they...

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Herein, I would like to explain in detail the reasons for pursuing the Oh Award which is annually awarded by the Georgetown University Asian Studies Faculty Committee. To begin with, Korean culture means very much to me. I was born in South Korea, yet, after I finished middle school my...

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