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  1. Impact of Western Culture on Indian Youth

    Culture” and “Tradition” are more significant in a country like India which has always been cherishing its rich culture and heritage and it’s quite well known for it worldwide. But these things are just on paper and are slowly losing their sheen. Why? India is known by her people. We, the y

  2. Western Culture

    *** The Impact of Western Culture on Eating Disorders and Poor Body Image in Hispanic Americans While obesity stands as one of the leading causes of death in the United States, with the much of Latino community at risk of the disease, another potential health problem stemming from the association

  3. Indian Youth and Social Media

    Introduction In the 1950s and 1960s, United States, UAE, Switzerland were internationally pre-eminent in economy and technology. After 30 years the economic landscape has changed considerably and indeed continues to change with amazing rapidity. Situation of strategic economic equality has come to

  4. Impact of Western Consumerism on Islamic States and Pacific Rim Nations

    Impact of Western Consumerism on Islamic States and Pacific Rim Nations The impact of western consumerism on the Islamic states and Pacific Rim nations brought about varying results. Religious disruptions, cultural and social differences, and economic patterns were affected by consumerism. In the

  5. The Influence of the Western Culture on the

    Introduction Culture is a broad term which has been described by various philosophers since decades. It has been claimed by Raymond Williams to be “…one of the two or three most complicated words in English language” (Williams, 1976). Different definitions of the term, culture may have distin

  6. The Indian Culture

    The Indian Culture The Indian Culture is a very interesting culture they have a lot of different ways of living, family relationships, foods, dress, and entertainment. One of the great themes pervading Indian life is social interdependence. People are born into groups–families, clans, s

  7. The Japanese Way

    We Japanese proclaim our invincibility in the entire east , because we are very convinced that the Yamato Race(Japanese) are the finest race in the east . We have been instilled with that kind of view since of childhood. We know it is not ignorance or racial prejudice has caused us the hold this kin

  8. Impact of Religion on Youth

    Introduction The impact that religion has exerted on mankind’s history is phenomenal, even in the twenty first century, perceptions are beguiled more by religion than any other factor. Too many policies, political associations, economic stances and military actions are dictated to a large

  9. Madonna’s & Gender in Medieval Art

    MaDonna’s & Gender in Medieval Art There’s a fundamental difference in the modern viewer’s experience of religious medieval artwork, versus that of a contemporary viewer from it’s culture of origin. The author quotes Roland Barth’s theory of “underlying signifiers” where a viewer’s

  10. Elvis Presley

    “Before Elvis, there was nothing” (John Lennon) Michelle Douglass Humanities 102 University of Phoenix Before Elvis, there 2 “Before Elvis, there was nothing.” The twentieth century produced many of the most talented and influential individuals of western culture, some whic

  11. Christainity

    Christianity had a profound effect on all of western culture. Much of it had to do with the concept of the individual and individual freedom. Ironically much of these changes had nothing to do with the core beliefs of the religion, but with the peripatetic nature of Christ's teaching. Christ admonis

  12. Lost Books of Confucius

    The great Chinese philosopher Confucius (550-479 B.C.E.), whose teachings have had a deep and long-lasting influence on East Asian culture, is credited with writing and editing the "Five Classics"; five works or books which outlined his philosophies on morality, relationships, sincerity, and justice

  13. Indian Youth

    THE YOUNG population of the nation is its future. The Indian society has time and again failed to view the youth objectively. Most people are prone to generalisation, hence rendering extremities to the youth culture. So, when a Abhinav Bindra or Sania Mirza get international recognition, the youth i

  14. Leading Change

    Leading Change Paper Good Sport is a fitness equipment manufacturer that specializes in producing equipment such as treadmills, steppers and bikes. The company has seen considerable growth over the last four years with investments in improving research and development (R&D), sales, and production t

  15. Impact of Indian Culture on Work-Ethos

    IMPACT OF INDIAN CULTURE ON WORK-ETHOS Prologue: “Such an historical concept … cannot be defined according to the formula genus proximum, differentia specifica, but it must be gradually put together out of the individual parts which are taken from historical reality to make it up.” --M

  16. War Iraq

    In this article I will try to exam the reasons that lead the Bush administration to order the US invasion and the war in Iraq, the events prior to the invasion and the current situation in the region. In order to understand the reason we should look first into past relationship between the US, Ira

  17. The Suicidal Indian: Exploring the State of Mental Health and Healthcare in the Native American Community

    The Suicidal Indian: Exploring the State of Mental Health and Healthcare in the Native American community Introduction In a 1975 article in the Journal of Psychiatry, James Shore tells us the story behind the conception of the stereotype of the "suicidal Indian." In 1968, Senator Robert Ke

  18. The Youth and the Culture of Globalization

    The Youth and the Culture of Globalization Prof. Adib Akeil Faculty of Letters-Department of Sociology A-The Methodology of the Study : 1-The Problem of the Study : The word "Globalization" has been widely used in the last ten years of the last century especially after the collapse of the Sovi

  19. Television, and Its Effects on the Indian Population

    Television, and its effects on the Indian population Ever since the advent of modern communication technology that has allowed people around the world to communicate ever so easily, the world itself seems like a smaller space. Broadcasting is an especially effective manner through which millions

  20. Western Culture

    Western Culture Cultural diversity is all around us. Each culture identifies with unique characters. And while much of behavior may be thought to be innate, there are also external factors that can impact an individual's behavior. What is thought to be culturally accepted behavior or norms in o

  21. Influence of Indian Culture on Blackberry Advertising

    During the last decade, cell phone has diffused rapidly through Indian society. While this cell phone boom has provided ample opportunities for the Indian businessmen to propagate development communication messages, there has also been some concern regarding the impact of cell phone, especially blac

  22. John Calvin

    John Calvin was the founder of the Calvinist faith, the Presbyterian denomination of Christianity today. Calvin was born and died in 1564. John Calvin was one of the chief leaders of the Protestant Reformation. From his early life and start in Protestantism, to his life in Geneva, and the Procla

  23. Effect of Global Youth Culture

    The importance of international marketing increased in the last years in a context in which market saturation and competition broke out within different branches. The analysis of foreign markets became more important for enterprises, because of the increasing internationalization of the business act

  24. Globalization Process

    With every passing day the world is shrinking, and the globalization process is taking place. Advances in communication, transportation, and computer technology have all played a role in making the world a smaller place. With the right equipment, people can talk to friends and family from the other

  25. American Popular Culture and Its Impact in a Globalized World

    Americans, after all, did not invent fast food, amusement parks, or the movies. Before the Big Mac, there were British fish and chips. Before Disneyland, there was Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens (which Walt Disney used as a prototype for his first theme park, in Anaheim, a model later re-exported to To

  26. Sharing My Heritage Growing Up in My Birthplace

    According to John Milton, "The childhood shows the man as morning shows the day." Childhood is one of the beautiful times in your life that you know is unforgettable. I, who was born and raised in Pakistan, can never forget my childhood. Growing up in Pakistan was a great experience since I gr

  27. : Discuss the History of Korea and Its Impact on Korea's Culture, Politics and Business.

    Topic: Discuss the history of Korea and its impact on Korea’s culture, politics and business. Korea is a civilization and formerly unified nation currently divided into two states. Korean civilization is one of the oldest ancient civilizations in world history, and Korea has the oldest history

  28. Imapct of Slobalisation on Indian Culture

    IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON CULTURE An importance feature of globalization is the interchange of ideas as symbolized by the internet. The concern involves the clash of cultures and the spread of materialistic values. The internet allows any person to access and wonder into the Hollywood library

  29. Aping of Western Culture

    westernized culture and its effect on us. I feel we are imitating the western life too much; not that western culture is all that bad, just that we are chasing our tradition away. We are instilling social and political ideas that are not indigenous to India. Those days whatever we borrowed from Brit

  30. Impact of Demographic Trends to Indian Economy: an Excerpt

    Impact of Demographic Trends to Indian Economy: An Excerpt INTRODUCTION India has made incredible progress with its economy ever since its independence, whereby after the economic tsunami in 2009, it has been frequently quoted as a likely contender of economic superpower even to the extent of ov