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Cultural conflicts are disagreements between cultural beliefs and values by two or more sides.
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What is conflict?

Coflict is a struggle between two opposite sides. Conflict is a problem in a book conflict means a disgreement/clash/untogetherness

What is a conflict?

a conflict is a disagreement. a clash between opposing forces or opposing elements It means the problem

What were the cultural conflicts of prohibition and evolution?

They were both issues that were related to the opinions of traditionalists and modernists. Prohibition caused an eruption of organized crime, such as speak easies, and a population of people who opposed the legislation and rebelled. The Scopes Trial was a perfect example of traditionalists vs. modernists, showing how strongly traditionalists felt against the teaching of evolution because of their beliefs that society should model the Bible.

Cross culture conflict?

Cross- culture conflict stems from cultural divides between groups.These fundamental differences can affect the way groups interactand interpret each other's behavior, often causing disagreement andhostility.

What is cultural?

Cultural is relating to culture or culturing. Culture is thecharacteristics of a particular group of people, defined byeverything from language, religion, etc.

Definition of cultural conflict?

Cultural conflict is a pattern of behavior that emerges whendifferent cultures disagree due to religious reasons or values.These cultural conflicts increase when politics become involved.

'What is culture?

\nculture defines who a person is, where they come from [in some cases], what they eat, what they wear, what they believe in.

Why do you have culture?

we have culture because, culture is a ordinary habit/attitude of man in daily lives. Everyday, we changed our culture. As what i have said culture is just ordinary habit of a man.

What cultural conflict caused problems for Canada?

Religious and cultural differences between the mostly Roman Catholic French and mainly Protestant English-speaking colonists caused conflict in Canada. Both groups pressed Britain for a greater voice in governing their own affairs. In 1791 the British Parliament tried to resolve both issues by creating two new Canadian provinces. Upper Canada (now Ontario) had an English-speaking majority. Lower Canada (now Quebec) had a French-speaking majority. Each province had its own elected assembly.

What if there was no conflict?

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How have various beliefs with regard to the commonalities and conflicts between science and religion affected various cultures throughout the world?

Galileo challenged the Church's authority on scientific matters, showing with a few simple experiments how the Church's teachings were wrong on subjects such as physics. He got in a lot of trouble over that, and the relationship between science and the Church has been rocky ever since. Today in the United States there is a conflict between scientists who support the theory of evolution and the people who believe that God created the world exactly how it is described in the Bible. This has caused a headache for textbook manufacturers who sometimes have to deal with local rejections of nationally produced textbooks. There has been a raging debate in the United States about whether abortions should be legal. Many religions believe that abortions are murder, and that leads to conflicts around women's health clinics and the availability of abortions and the consequences of illegal abortions. Millions of lives are at stake, both unborn and the mothers involved. Fertility treatments cause controversy as sometimes fertilized eggs are destroyed in the process. Certain religions believe that each fertilized egg should have equal civil and human rights as a fully born person. Euthanasia has been happening since the dawn of time but recent medical developments allow people to continue to be alive when otherwise they would die. How far does one go with heroic and expensive medical treatments to save one's life? Is the quality of that person's life worth all the medical intervention? Sometimes it is and sometimes it is not but it's hard to know as people's values vary around that issue. Some feel all human life is worth every means possible to save it; some patients do not want the medical treatments and would rather die.

How would you discuss the ways in which developments in scientific knowledge may conflict with the idea about the origins of life developed by different cultures?

Science conflicts withs everything, inc science its self, however the idea that 'man was created by an "invisible being" who also, just so happened to create everything, is far to much use of an imagination for a logical scientist. But on the other hand the ideas about the origins of life developed by different cultures conflicts with science because, although science does offer lots of proven facts those facts are incomplete and have huge parts missing, for example "the missing link" between ape and man, science/scientists then fill in the missing parts with they're own, ha, logical guesstimate. And so why would different cultures then believe any modern guesstimate's? They already know and have their own knowledge of creation, that's been passed down from generation to generation from what they believe to be from the beginning of time (in most cases). What i find hilarious is while one conflicts the other both are (I'm not sure if this the right word) susceptible to each others proven facts and/or actual evidence. EG Christian cultures up until recently believed that there is no life any where else IE on other planets, because, in short, it would be written in the bible, but after recent developments in science has shown them the universe and the gazillions of galaxies that are in it, the church is now open to and excited by the idea . & over the years scientists research, has proven that some of the "stories/writing's" in the bible are in actual fact scientifically correct!!

Why do you have conflicts?

conflict occurs because individuals has different interests and also it is because political resources are distributed unequally

How do the Jews and Palestinians resolve their cultural conflict?

There is no cultural conflict between Israeli Jews and Israeli Arabs (who are mostly ethnic-Palestinians) who live in Israel. There are religious and historical differences and certainly political disagreements, but there is no cultural conflict. The same could have been said of the Jewish communities in tolerant Muslim States, such as Umayyad Spain, Abbassid Baghdad, and Pahlavi Iran. This shows that the cultural conflict is not between Jews and Arabs (although Iran is not Arab) but between the types of government styles they wish to set up. The Jewish State is democratic and non-religious. Arab governments are by and large autocratic and partially theocratic (or based on religious values). The conflict between Arab States and Israel has not yet been resolved.

What is a cultural conflict?

A cultural conflict is a conflict between a person or persons religious background, ethnicity, and or beliefs. For example: There is a christian and an atheist sitting in a park and they begin to discuss their beliefs. A conflict could then arise between the two people with different religious beliefs because of their cultural backgrounds thus being a cultural conflict.

Did the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict start from cultural differences?

Yes and No. The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict has its origins in theconfrontation between immigrant Zionist Jews or Yishuv in theMandate of Palestine and their interaction with the indigenousSettled Arabs or Fellahin in the 1920s and 1930s. Before thatpoint, the immigration into the land had been a small trickle andFellahin were not terribly concerned. However, the Jewishimmigration in the 1920s was quite large and disruptive. By the mid1930s, both sides had developed militias which they used both toattack British colonial institutions and each other. Jews alsoflooded back to the Holy Land following World War II, since theyfelt that they would always be persecuted in countries where theywere the minority. In 1947, as UN Resolution 181 was being debated,a full-scale war erupted between the Jewish militias and the Arabmilitias which is called the Jewish-Arab Engagement. When Israeldeclared its independence in 1948, the Arab States joined in theWar which caused it to be internationally recognized and called theArab-Israeli War of 1948-9. The on and off conflict that hasremained unresolved for over half a century now. Therefore, if we use the terms Israeli and Palestinianretroactively to those people who would eventually identify orwould be identified as Israelis or Palestinians, the conflictstarted during the 1920s. If we require that these terms bestrictly applied, then the conflict started in 1948 when Israeldeclared its independence. However, merely being culturally different was not the only reasonthat the Israeli-Palestinian conflict started. There were alsonon-Fellahin in Palestine such as the Druze, Bedouins, andCircassians. These Arabs and the Circassians actually did endearthemselves to the Yishuv and developed strong bonds with them. TheJews and Druze were jointly able to secure Druze rights to NabiShu'ayb, which is a Druze holy site. In return, Druze pledgedthemselves to the physical defense of the Yishuv and foughtalongside Jews in the Jewish-Arab Engagement of 1947-1949 and inall other Arab-Israeli Conflicts. The Circassians have similarlyfought alongside Jews in exchange for recognition of their uniquecultural heritage and societal integration. The Bedouins were ableto strike a strong trade relationship with the Yishuv. The Yishuvwas often able to provide Bedouin camps with water and additionaljobs. The Bedouins in turn helped the Yishuv maintain a strongagricultural food base, especially in the Galilee Region.Similarly, Bedouins have served alongside Jews in Israel. Currentlythe Druze are over-represented in the Knesset and are members ofnearly every political party except the Religious Jewish Parties. The reason that the Fellahin, who are now the Palestinians,objected to the Jewish State in addition to cultural difference wasthat they wanted to create their own country. The Druze,Circassians, and Bedouins knew that they would never have apopulation large enough to have their own country and so werewilling to settle with the Jews who would respect their uniquecultures and rights. The Palestinians were not so willing.

What are the themes show in The Loons by Margaret Laurence except from racism and cultural conflicts?

There are some conflicts in the summer holidays between the two girls through the conflicts, the readers can be very clear of what a girl the protagonist is. Actually, the conflict between Piquette( the mirror ethnic people) and the whole society the conflict between the loon( the symbol of the fast changing modern world, these two conflicts buried in the plots and the theme of the whole novel are the real conflicts in it.

Why might cultural diversity cause conflicts?

my view is.... its in human nature to form groups/communities. these often come about by some common trait/reason to form together e.g an aspect of say, a persons culture. So now we have two or more groups formed together for cultural reasons. Unfortunately another aspect of human nature is violence. When group 1 see/hear group 2 doing/saying something that goes against their culture they divide between the 2 groups will deepen, until after a time, the two groups posess a dislike...and then a disdain...and then a hatred. Usually a human's answer to something they don't like is often to destroy it physically e.g violence. Now we have two groups who both want to destroy each other, and the sad thing is by the time its reached that final violent stage, its been so long the participants usually cannot remember where this conflict all begun, or maybe their grandparents and great grandparents just never told the story....

What additional evidence demonstrates that the conflict in Xinjiang is a cultural one?

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How does language foster cooperation and conflict among cultures?

Whereas different languages and cultures can separate peoples of different cultures, similar language among two people of a different culture can lead to peaceful discussions and plans made. While in most applications, cooperation is seen far less than conflict, similar language can break that stereotype, allowing those with little else in common to, at the very least, respect each other. From there can derive peaceful discussions and settlements.

What is Culture Conflict Theory?

Culture conflict is a theory based on the idea that different cultures and classes have different values, beliefs and goals. When these different cultures with distinct perceptions of life and the social structure come together; they will always clash against one another. In other words, it is the constant clash between cultures due to different sets of values and beliefs. The result of such clashes is deviance.

How cultural differences can cause conflict?

Well, there was a time back then when Alexander the Great traveled all over Asia to conquer the world. As he was traveling, he passed some villagers that had some religious beliefs. The villagers were Egyptians and the Indies. He wanted to pass his Greek religious beliefs to everyone. Some believed, and some not. The ones to did not want to believe Greek relogions, they got to battle. So cultural beliefs CAN couse conflict.

What are the issues and challenges of cultural conflict?

One of the issues and challenges of cultural conflict is ignorance. Often people who are ignorant to the culture of others respond with bitterness to the differences. Fear and misunderstanding of another culture must be replaced with respect and tolerance by gaining knowledge of the different culture.

Why is there a conflict?

Many reasons could cause conflicts. examples are: . The different view points on a subject, status, problem solution, ... etc . The desire of one side to have dominanance over the other . The greedy nature of one side of getting more than is deserved to get . The absence of justice and fairness . The tendency to discrimination and racism . The different faiths and ideologies