Cultural heritage

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  • Influence Of Tourism In India

    INTRODUCTION Tourism in India is in its developing stage and there are many factors which are engaged in speeding up this reaction. It has a great economic significance in our country. In India, the historical significance along with cultural and geographical diversity attracts the tourists thereby making international tourism appealable. Now, we should know why tourism in India is becoming so prevalent. There are various forms of tourism; educational and sports tourism are also some among them…

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  • The Road Of Rejuvenation Museum In China Case Study

    Chinese National Museum of Ethnology establish from 1987 is the biggest ethnology museum in China. “The museum will become the first cultural relic’s center in China which systematically demonstrates the diverse yet united historical origins of the Chinese nation, and therefore become the country’s most authoritative center for ethnic minority-oriented cultural relic’s collection, exhibition, study and protection. It will also become a research and exchange base for ethnologists and…

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  • Benefits Of Diversity

    Employees must also be involved in diversity management. Employee feedback and participation are pertinent to the success of any diversity program. Organizations must have three goals when it comes to employees; maximizing workplace satisfaction for all; retaining a world class workforce and maintaining an environment of lifetime learning. In order to achieve these goals, employers must actively seek formal and informal employee input. This can be done through the creation of affinity groups.…

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  • The Menace Of Communism By Mao Zedong

    THE MENACE OF MAOISM P ADITIYA MIZAN INTRODUCTION Maoism is a political theory formulated by Mao Zedong (1893 - 1976), the Chinese political leader. It was the guiding political and military ideology of the communist party of China (CPC). Rooted in anti-imperialistic struggle, it supported armed revolution in order to achieve political transformation. It aimed at establishing a classless society through armed revolution and envisaged the agrarian peasantry as the key revolutionary force.…

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  • Cultural Competency Among Latinos

    Cultural Competency is a major issue that we face today when dealing with diverse groups and this may be because there are not enough resources to deal with these issues. Latinos most especially is one of the fastest growing groups in the United States today, but these groups are not getting the resources that they need. Some of the issues that these groups face is acculturation, language barrier, parent-adolescent conflict that may lead to the Latino girls committing suicide and maltreatment.…

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  • Noel Pearson The Light On The Hill Analysis

    education policy generally, indigenous education and mainstream education policy. Education will ensure a future for Aboriginal children where they are able to enjoy the fruits of participating in the Australian mainstream whilst keeping their culture, heritage and their traditional…

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  • The Joy Luck Club Amy Tan Analysis

    society. In many societies there are a culture encounter which is focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged. As such the study programmed reflects a cultural interface resulting from the intensified processes…

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  • Song Of Solomon Identity Analysis

    representation of his true self. When in Virginia, Milkman didn’t believe in the literal flight of Solomon, but when he begins to have faith in the actuality of the flight, he begins to feel a part of the community, and he accepts himself and his family heritage. Obviously, it is through learning of his true identity in a lost world that this character undergoes the necessary transformation that allows him to exist in a multicultural society. Being a part of the minority Milkman had lost his…

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  • Expansion Of Tourism Essay

    ‘Tourism is a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes’(UNWTO, 2014). The tourism industry has expanded rapidly worldwide over recent years and progressively become an essential element of the world economy. There are many reasons for the expansion of the tourism industry such as the vast improvements in transport technology and infrastructure, allowing more…

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  • Impact Of Tourism In Goa

    tourism industry has an impact on the tourist destination; the impact can be classified as positive and negative impact. Job opportunity and increased economic activity are the positive impacts while negative impacts include environment degradation, cultural and identity deterioration, antisocial activities, increased quantity of waste generated, etc. 1.2 Tourism industry in Goa Tourism is one of the major activities in Goa. The tourism industry has the largest share in Goa's state gross…

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