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  • Culture Mexique - African Continent

    Culture Mexique - African Continent

    The African continent indicates a lack attractiveness of international trade. Reasons are lack of institutions, public policies are not adapted, production difficulties, no knowledge and lack of technology, therefore foreign investors are seeking to make FDI outside the African continent. African countries have increased their investment by carrying a macroeconomic policy, they took into account that it is more essential attract FDI for the development of their people, job creation and technology transfer. The situation

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    Submitted: February 16, 2012 Autor: sabrina
  • College Profs Denounce Western Culture, Move to Caves

    College Profs Denounce Western Culture, Move to Caves

    [Light blogging, as I have been busy this week. Well, okay, drunk. Anyway, here's a slight remix of one of my old leftovers, a 1999 CNSNews piece.] Cambridge, MA - Two years ago this month, Alan Lowenstein, associate professor of philosophy at Harvard University, came to a fateful conclusion. "I suddenly realized that the oppression of western technology extended to my own life," he explained. "That's when I got rid of my computer, threw away

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    Submitted: February 16, 2012 Autor: andrey
  • Patterns of Culture by E.E Evans Prichard

    Patterns of Culture by E.E Evans Prichard

    Ethnography, or anthropological fieldwork, is the study of a civilization through participatory observation; that is, studying a group of people by living amongst them, participating in their day-to-day lives without changing their way of life, and documenting observations. There are distinct advantages to studying through participatory observation, mainly that the ethnographer gains greater insight into the daily lives of their subjects. Also, the ethnographer gains a greater understanding of the group's social and cultural systems

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    Submitted: February 16, 2012 Autor: andrew
  • Turkish Culture

    Turkish Culture

    TURKEY Turkey is a very interesting country. There culture name is Turkish. It is located in southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria. Its capital is Ankara, Climate is temperate; hot, dry summers with mild, wet winters. Population is 68,893,918. In turkey 99.8 % are religious and are Muslim. Among certain obligations for Muslims are to

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    Submitted: February 17, 2012 Autor: andrew
  • The Impact of Ethnic Diversity on the Ladies Professional Golf Association: A Case Study of Anheuser-Busch and Its Sponsorship Objectives and Strategies

    The Impact of Ethnic Diversity on the Ladies Professional Golf Association: A Case Study of Anheuser-Busch and Its Sponsorship Objectives and Strategies

    J. Andrew Choi J. Andrew Choi, PhD, is an assistant professor of sport management at the University of San Francisco. His research interests include sport sponsorship, brand management, and ethnic marketing. Abstract Between January 2001 and November 2009, players of Asian descent won nearly 30% of the 287 LPGA-sanc- tioned tournaments held during the period. By contrast, only 15 years ago (in 1995), an Asian player won only one of the 37 LPGA tournaments held

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    Submitted: February 17, 2012 Autor: andrew
  • Islamic Political System and Culture

    Islamic Political System and Culture

    ISLAMIC POLITICAL SYSTEM AND CULTURE The political structure of Islam has been based on three rules, viz., Tawheed (Oneness of ALLAH), Risalat (Prophethood) and Khilafat (Caliphate). It is hard to value the different aspects of the Islamic strategy without fully understanding these three rules. I will, therefore, begin with a concise exposition of them. Tawheed (Oneness) means that one ALLAH alone is the maker, maintainer and Master of this universe and of all that subsists

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    Submitted: February 18, 2012 Autor: ubaid792
  • Behavior and Communication - Southwest Airlines

    Behavior and Communication - Southwest Airlines

    Behavior and Communication Every organization needs a philosophy, mission, vision, or value statement. Many organizations use these statements to express their core values and goals. Often these values and goals act as the foundation for the principles the company to adhere to and follow. Southwest Airlines believes that it is important for a company to have set principles concerning their culture, communication, and values. Southwest Airlines organizational culture is to have the development, the improvement,

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    Submitted: February 18, 2012 Autor: rita
  • Electronic Media Advertising on Consumerism and Cultural Values

    Electronic Media Advertising on Consumerism and Cultural Values

    Electronic media advertising on consumerism and cultural values is always being done. The media always advertises in many different ways, from music to internet there is always something consistently being advertised. Media has a big effect on people at different times of the day. Say one is watching Bloomberg television and they are watching news in regards to the stock market, the commercials that come on are all about financials and how to save money.

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    Submitted: February 18, 2012 Autor: boo83
  • Business Communication

    Business Communication

    Chapter 3 Shui Fabrics Case Study 1) Differences in Economics, Legal-Politics, and Society would create conflict between the two companies in culture, the way of thinking, controlling, managing, or developing. The Difference in Perspective between Chinese and American using GLOBE Project dimensions Chinese American - Humane orientation - Concerned about job creation - 3000 jobs made a real contribution to the local economy - Does not want to cut jobs - Relationship orientated - Performance

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    Submitted: February 18, 2012 Autor: lycieni
  • Community Health Nursing - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

    Community Health Nursing - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

    Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a viral respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus, called SARS-associated coronavirus (SARS-CoV). SARS was first reported in February 2003 in Asia. The illness quickly spread over the next few months to more than two dozen countries in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia before the global outbreak of 2003 was contained. According to the World Health Organization over 8,000 people were affected and more than 700 died. (WHO,

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    Submitted: February 19, 2012 Autor: Antonio
  • Communication Skills

    Communication Skills

    Communication skills within social work requires a good level of knowledge to improve practice, but it is not always easy to communicate with a service users. It is important to think carefully on how to engage in a conversation and think of communication skills which can be related to a case and use as guide. It is also important to bare in mind that people’s illnesses can give a characteristic that, may differ from the

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    Submitted: February 20, 2012 Autor: jjack3
  • The Birth of a New Food Culture

    The Birth of a New Food Culture

    The Birth of a New Food Culture The past century has witnessed the evolution of the food culture all around us. The evolution has been caused due to two main reasons, changes in the consumer market and the birth of a billion-dollar food industry. The food industry has changed, it has expanded, it is now much bigger than it was 10 years ago with the presence of big corporations and food is one of the

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    Submitted: February 20, 2012 Autor: andrew
  • Demonstrative Communication

    Demonstrative Communication

    She walks in the room; her hair lying over her left shoulder like silk and exposing an ear that she seems to have a fascination with touching. He can see into her eyes as she looks up at him and it feels as if she is peering into his soul and he sees that long awaited smile letting him know that she knows he is watching. You smile and wink at her as you begin

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    Submitted: February 20, 2012 Autor: jmadmill3
  • Cultural Differences in Business: South Korea and Uk

    Cultural Differences in Business: South Korea and Uk

    Contents Introduction - Page 1 Key Issues - Page 1 Power Distance - Page 4 Individualism - Page 5 Masculinity / Femininity - Page 7 Uncertainty Avoidance - Page 9 Long Term Orientation - Page 10 Conclusion - Page 11 Bibliography - Page 12 #Introduction This report will highlight the cultural differences between South Korea and UK, and demonstrate the extent of impact that culture can have upon business practices. When operating in a global

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    Submitted: February 21, 2012 Autor: Bigcdog1234
  • A Cultural Analysis of - East Is East - Movie Review

    A Cultural Analysis of - East Is East - Movie Review

    A Cultural Analysis of "East is East" By: Joseph Soegandhi Movie Overview: Directed by Damien O'Donnell and written by Ayub-Khan Din, the movie East is East was released on 5th November 1999. The story takes place in Salford, Lancashire in 1971 where it depicts the troubles and conflicts experienced by a household of mixed-ethnicities. The underlying cause is attributed to the differences in beliefs' of the father, mother, and their children as to how they

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    Essay Length: 3,529 Words / 15 Pages
    Submitted: February 22, 2012 Autor: moto
  • Communication Styles Paper

    Communication Styles Paper

    COMMUNICATION STYLES PAPER Communicating is something that people do on a day to day basis. For this reason, recognizing different communication styles and how to adapt with those styles is so important in keeping a proper relationship. Being labeled as a Socratic style communicator on the first day of class, I understood why I fell under that category, but I could not grasp the fact that I did not have any characteristics of the other

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    Submitted: February 23, 2012 Autor: peter
  • B2b Marketing - Marketing Communication Tools - Ccs

    B2b Marketing - Marketing Communication Tools - Ccs

    2. Marketing communication tools In order to for CCS to continue growing effectively and resisting the economic downturn, it needs to focus on a specific combination of communication tools. These tools must allow it to retain current clients and service providers (for their outsourced operations) as well as attract new clientele. Also, the tools must promote a competitive advantage for CSS. Identifying these tools and justifying their effectiveness is the topic of this section. 2.1.

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    Submitted: February 24, 2012 Autor: jon
  • Culture Case

    Culture Case

    Society consists of a huge range of ethnicities, cultures, languages, beliefs and religions. Learning about identity and cultural diversity can help us to live and work together in diverse communities, both in your own country and the wider world. It can also help us develop our identity and sense of belonging which are fundamental to personal well-being and the achievements of a flourishing and cohesive society. This article; cross boarder negotiations looks at the importance

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    Essay Length: 915 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: February 25, 2012 Autor: decency
  • Retirement Plan Proposal and Communication Plan

    Retirement Plan Proposal and Communication Plan

    Retirement Plan Proposal and Communication Plan Planning for retirement is often times an afterthought for most employees. In today's economy, many individuals are focused on the here and now rather than what they need years down the road. Because of this, employers are struggling to find ways to encourage employees to contribute to retirement plans that are set up to save for the future. It is essential that employers are familiar with the various retirement

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    Submitted: February 25, 2012 Autor: andrey
  • The Cultural Significance of a Single Designed Object

    The Cultural Significance of a Single Designed Object

    I have chosen this subject as I feel the subject matter I aim to explore is at the height of its popularity, instantly recognisable and has changed not only my life, but a whole generation: Apple’s iPod. Apple Incorporated released its first generation iPod on October 2001 with the slogan ‘1,000 songs in your pocket’. This would completely change the way we would listen to and collect music. Although the idea of downloading music was

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    Submitted: February 26, 2012 Autor: djsilvester
  • Leadership Style - the X Generation and Baby Boomers Compared in Different Cultural Contexts

    Leadership Style - the X Generation and Baby Boomers Compared in Different Cultural Contexts

    Today’s workforce can be divided into three distinct groups of people. There are the Baby Boomers, X Generation (Xers) and Y Generation (Dot com generation). Baby Boomers are people born between the years of 1945-1964, a cohort that has been the source of many important cultural and economic changes. Generally, it is accepted that the Xers are people who were born between 1965 and 1980. Some researchers refer to them as 'baby busters', due to

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    Submitted: February 26, 2012 Autor: cuongtranvnn
  • What Is the Relationship of Organizational Structure, Control and Culture? When Would a Company Decide to Change from a Functional to a Multidivisional Structure?

    What Is the Relationship of Organizational Structure, Control and Culture? When Would a Company Decide to Change from a Functional to a Multidivisional Structure?

    Between the structures, the controls and the culture is a relationship that works like a chain that is locked to itself. Organizational structure specifies procedures, controls, and decision-making authority. It is critical to match organizational structure to the company strategy. The structure have the purpose of manage the firm's daily work routines, explore new resources and competitive possibilities, distribute resources. This is a chain because every company is made by employees of different levels, background,

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    Submitted: February 26, 2012 Autor: andrey
  • What Does It Take to Become an Effective Communicator?

    What Does It Take to Become an Effective Communicator?

    “What does it take to be an Effective Communicator?” Communication is the foundation of a relationship. The ability to communicate can come easy for some and difficult for others. It can come in different forms and can be interpreted differently than expected. Regardless of the means of transmission, communication is a human endeavor. People communicate everyday in all sorts of situations. Those working in groups and teams need good communication skills in order to gain

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    Submitted: February 29, 2012 Autor: mohancom2
  • Glee-Full Medication: The Relation Between Big Pharma and Pop Culture

    Glee-Full Medication: The Relation Between Big Pharma and Pop Culture

    Shyness, worrying, and active thoughts are common In today's society, right? Well If by shyness, worrying, and active thoughts you mean social anxiety disorder, and ADD, or ADHD, then no It Is not that common. You are a non-standard human with an unusual but treatable disorder, and the treatment will help you fit In more with... Those around you, so you can be normal like everyone else, so you can feel good about yourself and

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    Submitted: March 3, 2012 Autor: Skittzy
  • Wireless Communication

    Wireless Communication

    The situation in the environment in the wireless communications strategic group is very competitive. There are several large carriers with a large quantity of market share, reluctant to give up any of it. A firm must have an immense amount of capital and infrastructure to be able to have a wireless network. There are high fixed costs, high strategic stakes, and high exit barriers. Barriers to entry of wireless communications strategic groups are very high

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    Submitted: March 4, 2012 Autor: vchoff

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