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    day. And keeping that in mind, people are not allowed to eat on the roads or in any restaurant. Other Hindu festivals such as Holi, Diwali, Onam etc. are also celebrate. Similarly, New Delhi being the most diverse city in India, celebrates mostly every festival of the country. During the festival time, the atmosphere is lively, and city looks beautiful. Holi and Diwali are two of the major festivals celebrated in the…

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    As alluded earlier on that employing a more diverse workforce could enhance an organization’s service or products to a wider range of clients or customers. For example, Deloitte and Touche, a decade ago had to introduce a positive organizational culture after an alarm bell sounded on the high rate of men and women turnover in the firm, Susan E. Jackson, et al (2003). It was observed that with the new culture, members of the majority and minority subcultures felt respected and equally expressed…

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    I mentioned to the kids that the school I came from, is one that requires english to be spoken in the school. Additionally, I talked about Diwali the festival of lights that i celebrated and still celebrate here with abundance of fireworks. In a sum I was curious about the American culture and asked my new friends numerous questions. This gave me a chance to discover the cultures about me and…

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    Racism is a belief that there is a definite difference among various human racial groups which leads to unequal treatments. Racist is usually prejudice, and some people might discriminate someone because of his or her race. Everyone has done something racist in their lifetime, but the level of discrimination is different. It is a common fact that one should not treat a person base on their race, and everyone should be respected equally. Although children have been educated about ethnicity, not…

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    Case study of Unethical Public Relation practice Ethics can be described as the branch of philosophy which gives us lesson about what is wrong what is right. It gives us concept about what is wrong and what is right what is injustice. Ethics also gives us lesson about morality. Ethics can be described as well that what way adopted to live and what way we adopt to create relationship with other people of society. As a whole ethics are the whole system of moral values live in this society. Ethics…

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    Antagonistic Duality

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    In religious, common ethics, the terms good and bad is always mentioned, it is something that comes from our actions and also how we treat ourselves. Both good and evil are perceived as part of an antagonistic duality that it must be overcome through achieving. The majority of us are always trying to look for the easy way out, but that is another word for being lazy. And that we should aim at higher levels with the potential that we have. For example, I, or many have possibly experienced: when…

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    Throughout this semester I have had the honor to be a part of several Georgetown activities or activities mainly International negotiation and crisis simulation and Model United Nations- Training. And not to forget the fun events for example fall fest , diwali night and many more! To begin with both the events, International Simulation and Model United Nations, both the events on two different sides have been a distinct learning experience for me. International…

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    First generation children like me are often known as ABCD’s, or American-born Confused Desis. Torn between our Indian traditions and American culture, we sometimes feel misfit in both cultures. We are stuck at this intersection where we feel forced to decide to either turn one way or another. My parents left their family and roots behind for the promise that they would be able to pursue opportunities not available in India. Yet their new home in America was also a place where their mother…

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    festivals, called Diwali. It’s a festival of light. On the opening night every household conducts a puja to honor deities of wealth, knowledge, and prosperity. On the second day, we come together as a family and neighbors to meet together. We do a variety of activities like sharing gifts, singing songs and playing games. These are memories that everyone treasures. We play a game called duisi-vaila, it's basically going to your neighbor's house and telling stories. Seeing the Diwali celebration…

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    Vegetarianism In America

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    When I hear the term American, I think of baseball games in the hot summer sun, barbecues with hot dogs, hamburgers and lemonade, beaches lined with seafood restaurants and tourist attractions. I think of high school romance, Sunday night football and fast food, red Solo cups, country music and long, lazy days at summer camp. When I imagine the average American, I see someone with blond hair, light eyes and fair skin. Yet most of these things do not pertain to my life, despite my having lived in…

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