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    The Zuni Indian Culture

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    The Zuni Indians are a very complex and interesting indigenous people. The Zuni tribe’s history began before 2500 B.C. along the Zuni River in the northwestern corner of New Mexico (Zuni Indians, 2016). The Zuni were the first of the Pueblo tribes met by the Spaniards in 1540 (Weiser, 2014). The arrival of these intruders disrupted their established culture, land, and trading, and infestation of disease and violence to a very peaceful people (Weiser, 2014). The Southwestern Indian culture extends from the southern fringes of present-day Utah and Colorado southward through Arizona and New Mexico, including parts of Texas, California, and Oklahoma, into the Mexico region (Ortiz, 2001). From this arid landscape, an essential Indian lifestyle…

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    Slowly, both the Indian, as well as foreign companies, were started adopting the work culture of each other (Prasad, 2012). Consequently, Prasad (2012) suggested that the condition is making a balance between Indian and foreign work cultures, even though it is forcing the government to make changes in the labor legislations accordingly for the inclusion of more diversified workforce and culture. In summary, we could see that the values of acknowledging the diversity in religion, ethnicity, and…

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    Indian Culture vs. American Culture Culture plays a significant role in every individual’s life. You don’t really see how it’s so important in everyday life. Let’s see how we define culture as. Culture is a human society’s total way of life meaning it provides guidelines for certain behavior. It changes overtime and is often taken for granted. You don’t really notice any different in cultures until you don’t travel to another country. Cultures makes you change your point of view toward that…

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    PAPER 1 TITLE – ‘INTERVENTION OF POP CULTURE IN INDIAN CULTURE’ INTRODUCTION This paper mainly deals with westernisation or the spread of a particular culture or among the individuals in the society. Pop culture is nothing but what you listen to, what you read , what you wear and how you speak. Some examples are gangnam style, whatsapp , Facebook , selfie and so on. Indian culture is very different from other foreign cultures. It is rich with its own values and traditions. But nowadays more of…

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    Indian Culture V. American Culture Indian culture plays a big part in my life. There are many different aspects of the Indian culture such as language, and traditions. My family and I follow Indian culture but finds it difficult to follow it now a days due to the fact that American culture is starting to have a big impact in our lives. There are many aspects of Indian culture that are conflicting with my current life because the American culture is making my Indian Culture disappear. For…

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    been made clear that the Western Culture and the Indian culture are not single and unified entities because there so many divisions found in the nations class, religion and racial facets of society. This notion can be best explained by Samuel Huntington in his ‘Clash of Civilizations” in his statement that “At the one hand, the West is at a peak of power. At the same time, however, and perhaps as a result, a return to the roots phenomenon is occurring among non-Western civilizations”…

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    difference in culture is evident throughout India. Considering territories there are 29 states, geographically from Everest to Desert and land surrounded by the Indian Ocean. India is a country with 22 official languages and so many local languages. Certainly, India is a country with various subcultures and numerous cultural values. At the same time, the country with population one side rooted to India’s own traditions and other side accepting modern culture from the west world. Figure 1 shows…

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    it’s a sterling or hateful relationship. No matter what culture you’re descendent from, you will have a family relationship although it will be vastly different than any other culture. The Canadian culture is remarkably different than the Indian culture. The Canadian culture is thriving with all kinds of diversity from around the globe and along with the diversity comes different traditions and values on family relationships and most of the time a lot of those values and traditions adapt so they…

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    Indonesian citizens did not form Indonesian culture alone. Influence from around the world helped shaped Indonesian culture. One country that influenced the majority of Indonesian culture was India. Indian explorers were sent to Indonesia for the sole purpose of trade. Trade between India and Indonesia opened a pathway for Indonesians to be aware about the different aspects of Indian culture through Indian Hinduism. Indonesia’s awareness of Indian Hinduism influenced the order of Indonesian…

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    variations of culture are startling, yet all people have customs and beliefs”. Thus, making it hard figuring out how cultures are different. But it also helps understand how American culture is different from Indian culture. Both these cultures have traditions and guidelines followed each day. And there 's distinctness of the cultures but no explanation of what they are. Which is a benefit to learning that American culture and Indian culture are different. American culture and Indian culture…

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