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    It looked just like any other store. Then the other day in class when I was learning about organisational culture and values, it suddenly struck me that these were the things that I was looking at the previous day at the Warehouse. By looking at the way they worked at the Warehouse I was unknowingly experiencing their culture. Then as I learnt more about the Schein 's model…

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    contributes to understanding one’s current mental state. This knowledge is not for evaluating ourselves but rather to decide what actions are right. “The value of self-knowledge does not lie in a determination of why I did what I did—whether or not the motive I ultimately acted on was pure” (O’Hagen #?). Our moral selvesf develops once we appreciate that value. Practical knowledge of ourselves through consistent observation of our actions leads to a better understanding of moral objectivity.…

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    Gideon Rosen Culture

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    role that culture plays in presenting values and that by recognizing and integrating those values, it gives meaning to our lives. I believe culture does fill our lives with wonderful things while integration of cultural values is not always by choice or by recognition of its value. Most often, values are integrated into our lives without recognition by following customs that give meaning to our actions and behavior. Moreover, the recognition of these complex values is an evolutionary process…

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    Les Belles Soeurs Essay

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    Tremblay, explores restrictions of the constricting values of 1960’s Quebec on women. This play has been translated into 20 languages, allowing it to be performed all over the world (larevolutiontranquille). This play’s success lies in its relatability. The play unveils a universal truth: all cultures have some form of limitation. This truth is evidenced through Tremblay’s female characters, all of whom are constricted in their home, work and value system. During the 1960’s in Quebec, most…

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    Stay On The Track’s People’s ideals shape the fundamental values of their personality. As people’s ideals mold their opinions and perspective on certain subjects, their behavior changes as well. These certain ideals can shape someone’s personality as an ideal consists of many aspects such as their religion, education standards and attitude amongst other aspects. An ideal has the potential to influence people to focus too keenly on their goals. This tunnel vision has the ability to cause people…

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    different cultures and ethnicities, many ideas and questions develop to what defines that culture. We start to distinguish the details of what different cultures believe in and value. The Anglo Saxons culture valued different ideas, but they particularly valued loyalty, riches/power, and selflessness. However, humans have similar values as the Anglo Saxons. Humans practice the same ideas that other cultures performed throughout their time. Beowulf, presents the culture of Anglos Saxons and how…

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    author and the “Can Be Fun…” books are very informative and helpful for young children. This book “Being an American Can Be Fun” can be viewed as offensive in the time we live in now. Leaf had covered many topics in his book ranging from democracy to values of an American to how to act as an American. Throughout the book, the text had informed the reader of problems that are occurring in the world. The book has an influence on the readers so that every child who reads the book will leave school…

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    Personal Values Analysis

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    Over the years, values is something that has been strongly emphasized in the social work field. I have learned that I may not have the same values as someone else, however, I have learned to respect someone else and their own personal beliefs. Values can be effected by a variety of things such as culture, family origin, geographic location, and even parental guidance in life. Although my values are different, they help me guide me everyday life decisions. For some values may not be as important…

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    Personal Integrity

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    person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him.” This quote by Audrey Hepburn adds truth to the idea that an individual can reveal what they believe to be valuable qualities in a member of society through their judgements of their peers; if they say a person spending all day sleeping on a couch is good member of society, then you know that that individual values selfishness and unproductiveness over the opposite. Through voicing their opinion, an individual…

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    Child Care Values

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    Values are not always what we grow up with or our parent’s view of the world. They vary through each page of the book that we call life. Our experiences, dreams, circumstance and many other factors have led us down the road to helping others. We do not always know our values until we face them. We cannot always be thankful for our values until they are challenged. So much of life is growth and change and that is often where we learn who we are. As practitioners in Child and Youth Care your…

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