Cultural heritage

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  • Reflective Essay On Unity In Diversity

    Unity in Diversity For a second I was not a teenager, not a female, not a friend of all, not a species. To simply put it, I was just a student eager to learn the mathematical discipline. I entered the O.Henry middle school classroom as sound introduced itself as a symphony of chatter and shuffling. I began to sit by the young male, his skin on the other side of the spectrum. He aggressively sighed. “I don’t sit by your kind” he scoffed. My mind ran at an accelerated pace as I rummaged in my…

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  • The Importance Of The Dumbest Generation

    “The Dumbest Generation” The debate among generations of who is more intellectual is neverending. Blame for downfalls and shortcomings is passed around and is currently landing on one topic; technology is making the Millennials dumb, the dumbest generation to date. However, this is based on a very narrow scope on intelligence along with unjust comparisons. Generation Y is not the dumbest generation, Adaptations are just being made in how we intake and project information. As decades have…

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  • The Consequences Of Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution

    Infidel”). I believe this quote really defines what the Cultural Revolution was all about because the Cultural Revolution started with one man with a vision to shape China’s future, and that man was Mao Zedong. He wanted to spread his ideologies across China and impose his beliefs. He paved the way for the Cultural Revolution and changed the way the people in China lived for an entire decade. There were many consequences caused by the Cultural Revolution which affected China for years to come,…

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  • Baby Boomers Vs Generation Z Essay

    Every generation is separated by a group of years. Within a certain set of time, a significant amount of information can develop or change. A few years after the Great Depression the Baby Boomers generation started, from 1946 to 1964. Many things were invented and a lot of things were improved upon. Between the years 1996- 2010 Generation Z stepped into the spotlight. Even though, start to finish there is a 64-year difference between the oldest and youngest of these two generations, there is…

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  • Identity Crisis In Jhumpalahiri's The Namesake

    expatriates in her first novel The Namesake. This crisis is dealt through immigrant’s families and their internal and socio-cultural relations with the people of the foreign country. It deals with the cultural identity crisis which is faced by both the generation of the immigrants. In the case of the first generation, the immigrants face dilemma, consciousness of being an outsider and cultural identity crisis due to the language, dressing essence and food habits. But the second generation…

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  • Tourism And Virtual Tourism

    December 10). 3) Sex tourism: online discussions and conversations with other avatars for the purpose of game play. This is one of the concerns raised by an avatar as other SL residents desired to view the activity by standing outside the window. 4) Cultural tourism: transcultural conversations with individuals from various backgrounds; not implicitly visible. 5) Identity tourism: Since ‘real’ identities are unverifiable it is guaranteed that each curious individual with an online profile is…

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  • Achievements Of Mao Zedong

    chief of the state of the People 's Republic of China from 1949 to 1959. He graduated from a normal school and traveled to Beijing. He became a major participant in the United Front. He encouraged to make many revolutionary movement, especially the Cultural Revolution movement and Great Leap Forward. Mao Zedong is one of the members…

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  • Cultural Diversity Case Study

    Question 1: Why is encouraging “cultural diversity” so important in organizations? Explain the main advantages for the individual, the organization and the society in general Introduction: Before we begin to talk about the reason “cultural diversity” encouraged in organizations so important. We need first know what cultural diversity is. According to the book named “cultural diversity versus economic solidarity” (Parijs, 2004), it mentioned that the very notion of cultural diversity is far…

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  • Four Modernization Analysis

    Within 50 years, from 1949 to the end of the 20th century, the People 's Republic of China has gone from a poor, isolated, under-developed, overpopulated country to one of the biggest economies and most powerful countries in the world. That 50-year journey was long, difficult and different at various periods for the people of China. To elaborate, contradicted to the fact that the Communist Party of China has been the one dominant political regime, China has witnessed many changes within the…

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  • Clarkston Community Health Center Case Study

    Clarkston is a small city in the heart of Atlanta. The city is mostly composed of diverse immigrant populations from different parts of the world who have come either as refugees or on migration that has different races, languages, religions, and other groups. Clarkston Community Health Center is a nonprofit organization that provides free Medical service that runs every Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. According the website clarkstonhealth.org (2013), it is mostly designed to establish a…

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