Tag: #culturaldifferences

NEW INTRUDERS: WHY WE ARE OPPOSING TO NEW NORMS

“The new, new.” the introduction of  America is a society where we are quite apprehensive to change in the beginning stages of anything new. But then enough time goes by and we start to have a push back once we see people’s lives affected….

COMING TO FRUITION: HOW HUMANS CREATED CULTURE

“We have for more than pride.” the evolution of us having it Throughout human history, of building civilizations we have consistently contributed to our worldwide culture. But in the beginning of time, we were unaware that we were even creating culture. That’s right, the…

OH SO PRIDEFUL: THE GREATNESS IN HAVING PRIDE FOR ONES CULTURE

“We’re all cut from something great.” ones own identity We all like to think that we are the same. But the reality is, throughout human history we have built these various civilizations in the world. And with that a great culture have come from…

CULTURE SHOCK: HOW HAVE I REACTED TO NEW ENVIRONMENTS

“This is a whole new world.” coming into a new environment I remember when I first cam to the city of New York from my small town in Wisconsin. It was such a new environment for me. The traffic seemed to be moving at…

OUTSIDE VIEWS: WHAT DO OTHER ETHNIC GROUPS THINK OF AMERICA’S RACIAL RELATIONSHIPS

“What do they think?” not us or them When you observe the Black and White relationship in America, you can’t help but to acknowledge how stressful the issues can be. But what happens when you are form the outside of the two groups looking…

WHEN SYMBOLS CHANGE: HOW DO WE DECIDE WHAT SYMBOLS BECOME WHAT

“What they mean today may be different tomorrow.” meanings Man throughout history have always used symbols as a means to get a message across. A lot of these symbols have been images and not words because the power of the imagery last longer. But…

IDENTITY: THE IMPORTANCE OF A STRONG CULTURAL IDENTITY

“A name, a religion, an identity.”  so so important In a world where social and political strife has been erupting lately, what is the significance of having an identity on a ethnic level mean to you? Because I can speak for my myself coming…