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Needs a Topic
A group of people who are systematically opposed to the dominant culture make up a?
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A counterculture is composed of a group of people who the dominant culture?
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What was the main goal of the Americanization Movement?
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What was the main goal of americanization movement?
How and why does colonialism affect indigenous culture in Kenya?
Colonialism is a political and economic system set up to benefit the colonizers, not the indigenous people. Wast wealth and labor are extracted from the colonized lands and peoples but very little is returned. The net result is that the people and land is impoverished, and non democratic regimes set up are inherently corrupt and cannot rule the land for the benefit of the people. Colonialism also destroys the indigenous culture; it is systematically destroyed or degraded in favor of the colonizing culture, which is not necessarily suited for the conquered people. A society based on exploitation and opposed to democracy is destructive to any peoples.
How does culture define people?
- Culture defines us, our place on earth. - Culture can have a number of conflicting events such as : · Limiting effects & culture: Culture limits our options & provides useful guidelines for our behavior. · Through communication most of the messages transmitted from the mass media conform to our culture & reinforces it & transmits culture. · Dominant culture is actually the main stream culture that reflects the majority of the people. ( main stream culture)
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How does cultural affect people in the organization?
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Explain why the Holocaust is an example of genocide?
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What are the territories of culture?
The territories of culture are: local, national and global culture. Local culture are those practiced by a certain group of people in the community. National culture, on the other hand, transcends local culture. Example, in the Philippines, the common thing is their culture as Filipinos, no matter the variation of their local culture. Global culture is the dominant belief and norms practiced and accepted globally.
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Is it possible for a subculture to be the dominant culture in an organization?
Yes, very much so. Any subculture can be a dominant culture in an organization, this is possible because of the overwhelming amount of that subculture. For example Taxi Companies, when they started out it was mostly Indians. Indians are a subculture to white people and very few white people used to work in cab companies now the number rises every year, therefore still making the Indians "Dominant culture" of their organization. I am Ashley of Beurling Academy Sec.1 Thank you!
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Does religion have an effect on the middle east government?
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Why did the native-born Americans start the Americanization in the cities?
What is micro culture?
Concept of micro culture defined Micro Culture: Is a small unit of culture within a wider general culture. It is the identity and traits of a particular people within a dominant culture that is never lost to assimilation. It is the customery beliefs, social forms and material traits of a racial, religious or social group.Example: The native Americans within the wider of the usa.Chinemere Cralph Owerri
In what ways are counterculture and subculture different?
A subculture is the same thing as a counter-culture, they both mean that a group of people do not follow the status quo, that is pretty much it. **A subculture is NOT the same thing as a counterculture. Subculture: part of society that has different ways of thinking, acting, etc but all under and within the dominant culture; example: Catholicism Counterculture: societies trying to fight against the dominant culture; example: hippies
What is the culture of Kenya?
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Why do people know Alexander the Great's name?
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People who are opposed to an organized government are what?
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What became the dominant people in the southern part of eastern Europe?
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What minority rights were guaranteed in the BNA act of 1867?
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What unique situation made the minoans dominant in the mediterranean trade from about 2000bc to 1400bc?
Who were considered the dominant culture of the Elizabethan Era?