Essay about Cultural Education

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There are many current approaches at understanding cultural and it's dynamics. In each, the researcher is attempting to break down a culture and understand how to combine cultures to work together. Cultural dynamics are much more complicated than this and are often wrapped up in not only the culture itself but also the resources available to that culture. Organizational cultures must become anchored in not only these resources but the deep substance of a culture in order to allow enough change between the cultures to function. There has been much optimism since the "global revolution" as to how well an organization will do when it goes "global." There has also been much risk in the acquisition and merger of organizations from various …show more content…
This includes language, which is the oldest institutional medium of expression, thought which is what creates perception of others and understanding of the world, spirituality which is the values system that determines through generations of learning how life will be expressed and interaction which is the human contact and how that give and take of socialization occurs through negotiation, protocol, and conventions (Cartwright, 2002). It is the cumulative deposit of all knowledge in the human function. It affects experience, beliefs, values, attitudes, meanings, hierarchies, religion, notions of time, roles, spatial relationships, concepts of the universe, and material objects and possessions. In other words, it is everything the human is. In "merging acquisitions" the human presence is ask to merge cultures. How can that happen when the term culture meets this definition? How can the human change everything ever learned through history about their culture or presence in the world in order to make a profit? This writer believes that this is not possible. It is the belief that one's own culture is superior to that of other cultures and what is believed by one's own culture is the culture that is correct. In this type of comparison one takes the factor from the other culture and somehow tries to fit it into their own culture which cases a distortion of the issue. In ethnocentrism, global business is usually in a lot of trouble because the important factors in

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