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In our rapidly globalizing world, student mobility is a very popular aspect of higher education. Just as a global mind-set and ability to adapt to diverse cultures are highly praised in modern businesses, especially for management positions, students learn to interact with people from various cultural backgrounds and get rid...

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When it comes to examining ancient civilizations, one of the main ways is through an analysis of the artifacts that were left behind by these civilizations. While many of the artifacts of ancient civilizations are often destroyed when they are concurred, there are still artifacts which remain. These artifacts of...

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Culture is a collection of beliefs and behavioral norms in the society. Every country has a different cultural beliefs, values, and activities. The United States is an industrial nation that has enhanced business culture to ensure smooth operations and impressive performance in the workplace. It has been able to trade...

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Globalization is a phenomenon that has connected human societies across the world across all areas - communication exchange of ideas and products. Globalization has led to rapid economic and technological advancement, as well as altered diverse cultures both negatively and positively (Mussa, 2013). The integration of western and non-western cultures...

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Globalisation represents a major trend and a potent driver behind the dramatic changes facing the world today. Few people will argue that today's realities differ considerably from the way people lived five or ten years ago. For business owners, managers, consumers, and markets, globalisation has become a sign of transition...

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Globalisation has eradicated national barriers allowing people from different cultural backgrounds and nationalities to interact in one small universal setting. As such, concepts such as social, emotional and cultural intelligence have become a vital pinnacle of the society. Cultural intelligence is a relatively new concept that has its foundation in...

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It’s been said that before the French revolution of 1789 the word “humor” was an anomaly in the French language. French people had words for “wit,” esprit, for “pranking,” farce, for “drollery,” bouffonnerie, and for “humeur,” with a fine distinction to the word meaning a state of mind or mood...

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The impact of Greece on the shape and direction of the entirety of human civilization is an indisputable fact. Some of you may be familiar with the popular film My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002), which features the memoirs of a first generation Greek American woman. Her father in the...

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Germany is located in the western-central region of Europe, and is one of the most developed economies in the world. The country is characterized by a temperate seasonal climate dominated by humid winds that occur rather frequently. Moreover, the North Atlantic Drift turns out to moderate German climate to a...

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The Hispanic population makes a significant proportion of people living in San Antonio. In 2013, there was an estimated 1.4 million Hispanics in San Antonio. Consequently, Hispanics dominate the business and hence the economy of San Antonio owning over 39.5 percent of firms in the place. Hispanics poverty levels are...

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Arabs are the people with a long history and strong cultural values and religious beliefs. These beliefs and values have profound effects on how they perceive various healthcare practices. Kulwicki (2013) writes that the manner of communication among Arab Americans differs considerably from that among western Americans and Europeans. Therefore,...

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The Nutcracker is an incredibly famous ballet and concert that was first premiered in 1892 in a Russian ballet theater. The music can be considered a classical concert band piece, regularly performed by brass, woodwind, percussion, and occasionally string sections. The compositions associated with this ballet can be considered programmatic,...

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I have never been deeply interested in soul before, preferring mostly jazz and blues, but with my personal development, my tastes in music change. Therefore, I decided to attend the venue that is called “California Soul” that was directed by Elkhanah Pulitzer (Los Angeles Philharmonic Association n.p.). The concert took...

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When I visit different music concerts, every time I aspire to expand the scope of my experiences and get familiarized with its diverse aspects and genres. I can state that I have never attended the musical concerts that are purely classical, they were either jazz or blues, soul or funk,...

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On (date), I attended a concert performed by the (name of orchestra). A program of contrasting pieces, the orchestra performed with great vigor, vibrance and enthusiasm. It was incredible to be able to watch musicians play with passion while simultaneously hearing sounds that resonated throughout the space, inspiring me to...

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio was designed by the famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright is known as one of the most influential architects in the Untied States and the world. His fundamental works include the home Fallingwater (1935), the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (1959) and main...

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William H. Gas' “The Doomed in Their Sinking” is an essay that explores the topics of death and artistic creation. Key to the rhetoric of the essay is Gas's ability to establish a dialectical tension within the points he makes, and to present this tension in the form of a...

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In today's technologically developed society, plenty of mass communication media influence the social and cultural lives of people, indicating that postmodernism is an accurate description of contemporary Western culture. It is apparent that individuals are interested in the aspects of information, entertainment, and communication, and this means that the process...

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The Soumaya museum is master piece that has its location on an anterior industrial zone. The industrial zone has a historical background from as early as the 1940’s and today bestows an immense commercial aptitude. Soumaya museum plays a prominent role in reconversion of the area in which it is...

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The Tomb of Meketre, which forms a part of the Egyptian exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was uncovered in the Theban Necropolis, next to the unfinished royal tomb of Amenemhat I, located in Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. Meketre is believed to have been the royal chief steward, and his...

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The Lower East Side Tenement Museum is a remarkable monument to immigrants, millions of which had to go through the iron labyrinths of New York in search of a better fate. In a country, which started with immigrants in the first place - such museums are extremely important for those...

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The National Museum of the American Indian offers its visitors a lot of opportunities to visit its exhibitions in Washington DC, New York, and some traveling exhibitions both in person and online. On February 14th I have completed my online visit of the Céramica de los Ancestros: Central America’s Past...

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The museum that I am doing an online tour for is the Tate Museum, located in Millbank, London. The Tate gallery is showing the works of artists such as Chris Ofili, Lorna Simpson, Uzo Egonu and more; it is also showing interviews and discussions with musical artists such as Solange...

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In the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the sheer expanse of the space makes the initial experience, especially for a newcomer, overwhelming. Surrounded by great works of art, it is difficult to find a means of orientation for the novice. Compounded with the assignment of having to find a...

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This essay examines modern culture, specifically our desire as a society to avoid being alone and to use technology in order to ensure constant companionship, even if it’s only virtual (and often somewhat superficial). Deresiewicz also believes that this fear of solitude and its partner, anonymity, is the driving forces...

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