Category Archives: Cultural Impacts and Perspectives

Trans-Cultural Impacts on the Future

Various regions and peoples of the world – e.g., Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Native peoples – have evolved differing value systems and perspectives that influence nearly all aspects of everyday life. These aspects extend from work-leisure balance … Continue reading

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hospitality — cultural?

As noted in Keslick’s artlcle, Syria, a country of 18 million people, has allowed an estimated 1.5 million Iraqi refugees to cross their border. Considering the massive strain this has put on the Syrian government and its people, what is … Continue reading

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business culture — an export?

The common characterization of the US as a “melting pot” is consistent with the mono-cultural model as discussed by Aguilar-Millan. An alternative description, “salad bowl,” emphasizes the coexistence of diverse cultural and ethnic enclaves and traditions. Yet the US has … Continue reading

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