Hippies participated in alternative arts and street theater and listened to folk music and psychedelic rock as part of their anti-establishment lifestyle. They opposed political and social violence and promoted a gentle ideology that focused on peace, love, and personal freedom. Some hippies lived in communes or aggregated communities of other hippies. Hippies often drove VW buses painted with colorful graphics so they could quickly pack up and travel to where the action was at any given time.
Their gypsy like travel habits also meant many hitchhiked to get to and from major hippie events. Hippies were often vegetarian and believed in eco friendly environmental practices. They championed free love and sexual liberation, particularly for women. They also promoted the use of psychedelic drugs which they believed expanded their consciousness.
Since that time, a wide range of personal appearance options and clothing styles, including nudity, have become more widely acceptable, all of which was uncommon before the hippie era.
Astrology, including everything from serious study to whimsical amusement regarding personal traits, was integral to hippie culture. Hippies were dissatisfied with what their parents had built for them, a rather strange belief given that their parents had built the greatest booming economy the world had ever seen.
Hippies rejected established institutions. Hippies rejected middle class values, opposed nuclear weapons and the Vietnam War. They embraced aspects of eastern philosophy and sought to find new meaning in life.
Hippies created their own counter culture founded on psychedelic rock and the embracement of the sexual revolution. Drugs such as marijuana and LSD were tightly integrated into their culture as a means to explore altered states of consciousness.
Contrary to what many believe, hippies tended to avoid harder drugs such as heroin and amphetamines because they considered them harmful or addictive. The never-ending saga of skinheads began The Beats and hippies of the s were groups that went against the grain of mainstream America. They developed their own ideology that was based around beliefs in things such as freedom and peace.
The Grand Theft Auto series of video games has undoubtedly been a major instigator in the backlash against the gaming industry. Not surprisingly, most parents are not too thrilled about the idea of their children taking on the persona of a character who commits crimes to earn rewards, and runs over prostitutes so he doesn't have to pay them. There was also a major parental backlash against the PS2 game Bully before it was released, because parents assumed that it would glorify bullying.
The frenzy turned out to be unfounded as the game…… [Read More]. Culture and Diversity Issues in. Silence too is an important part of communication in Singapore. It is customary to pause before answering a question, to indicate that the person has given the question the appropriate thought and consideration that is needed.
Westerners habit of responding quickly to a question, to Singaporeans, often indicates thoughtlessness and rude behavior.
Their demeanor is typically calm, and Westerners more aggressive style is often seen as off putting "Singapore: Authority is to be respected for both employees of an organization, in Singapore, and when dealing with other organizations Tse, , and communication content and tone should represent this respect. Business etiquette is also different in Singapore than in many Western countries.
Cultural Business Etiquette in Singapore: Business is more formal in Singapore than non-Asian organizations are often used to.
There are strict rules of protocol, with a clear chain of command, which is expected to be kept on…… [Read More]. This include, necessarily limited, fellow employees, Culture plays a vital role in the workplace in contemporary times. Most organizations have their own respective cultures, as well as do individual industries, countries, parts of countries, and even different parts of the world. All of these varying cultures and sub-cultures come together in the workplace environment, and make for some interesting interactions -- not all of which are beneficent.
I have had a number of different interactions with individuals who were part of cultures that are not innately my own, and have always come away with them by gaining a degree of didactic knowledge that sheds insight into future situations of intercultural activity. Industry specific culture is one that is difficult to assess -- or even to necessarily prepare for -- without fully emerging oneself into it.
For instance, when I attended my first data governance conference last winter, I…… [Read More]. Culture Refers to the Accumulated. In histoy, in most of the Indian families, the inheitance of the estates of the family is left to the lineage of males in the family.
Though since the yea , the law in India has always teated females and males as equals in mattes of inheitance whee thee is no legal will witten. Cuently, Indians have become wise and ae using legal wills fo the inheitance and succession of popety. The ate of divoce in India is extemely low. These statistics of divoce do not, howeve, give a complete pictue of the divoce situation in India. This is because many maiages that end up being split do so without a fomal divoce.
Thee is a eseach gap in the scientific studies…… [Read More]. Cultures Can Teach Us About. For example, the sexual revolution in Iran was part of a larger cultural movement that encouraged the challenge of a large number of social changes.
In fact, the link between how a society approaches sex and that society's overall approaches towards human rights is interesting to note. Generally, the more liberal a society and the more protective of individual freedoms, the more permissive that society's approach will be towards sexuality, particularly female sexuality. In fact, when a totalitarian regime has been challenged, there seems to be a swing in the other direction, with an embrace of human rights, including rights…… [Read More]. Culture There Are'so Many.
This research focuses on the public housing neighborhood of Bezirganbahce. Those lower ranking social classes and ethnic subgroups are often excluded from the daily existence of mainstream Turkish culture and forced to life a marginalized life in a segregated area that isolates lower socioeconomic classes from the rest of society. The urban poor that reside in the neighborhood are excluded from an external source, and thus left to fend for themselves.
In this marginalized space, the residents of this neighborhood have actually created a culture that is all their own outside of the boundaries of typical Turkish life. Like as shown in Yilmaz , this neighborhood is seen as having to…… [Read More]. Culture in Czech and US Compared. Men are respected as the stronger sex and this determines the way they relate women. A Czech has a striking mixture of firm attachment to the labor market and strong family values, considerable independence and personal efficiency.
The women are homemakers and breadwinners. They are also able to command attention. Another interesting part of the Czech gender roles is that love outweighs work. I noticed that Czech women are nicely dressed in order for them to find husbands while the men act chivalrously in order for them to find wives. Many women abandon their…… [Read More]. A decision was made to redesign patient care delivery. The administration's first job redesign recommendation was that of a universal worker.
The universal worker would deliver many support services. Aware that this model often failed when implemented in other organizations, your administrator charged you with making redesign work this time. How would you begin the process of job redesign? Do not consider only the universal worker. This is creating a plethora of problems in job satisfaction and hence job redesign demands the utmost attention in order to mitigate some of the common issues.
Furthermore, it is…… [Read More]. Culture and Marketing Strategy. Culture and Marketing Strategy About the print ad from http: The athlete takes a sip from a glass of whisky and begins walking. This in a way appears to suggest that consumers of this particular brand of whisky can cover long distances after taking this whiskey. Information pertaining to alcoholic content and how the brand is matured are not clearly visible on the ad.
The only visible thing is the image of the person who has endorsed the brand making some strides. Assumptions made by the authors of the ad The authors of the ad try to make the ad to be more appealing to the motives and desires of the consumers. They give form to people's deep-lying desires. They assume that they will best arrest the consumer's attention by tugging consumer's…… [Read More].
Culture Concept and Overseas Subsidiaries. They wanted to know the best places to go after work, and expected him to help them in that regard.
Hanes finally told his Japanese trainers "he preferred not to mix business with pleasure. The critical issue here, one can quickly discern, is that Hanes did not do his homework on the Japanese business culture; if he had, he would know the Japanese are intensely committed to their work, on duty and off duty. He arrived and was picked up at the airport and surprised to learn that the meeting had been postponed for two days " Culture Dismantling Identity Politics The.
It has been assumed that despite these internal cultural differences, overarching political similarities, shared history, or an interest in national diversity would be enough to unite the Canadian people under a single identity. However, Kymlicka's close examination of the national and international has illustrated that they are largely shared by most modern, Western nations.
Any presumed Canadian uniqueness is largely mythical p. Of course, mythology can be exceedingly unifying, and there is certainly an interest in Canada of perpetuating the dominant national myths of identity: Canadians as good global citizens, as part of the Western tradition, as a young modern nations, and as distinctly non-American. These national characteristics are generally championed as core parts of a unified Canadian identity, despite their largely exaggerated characteristics and despite the fact that these values do not necessarily unify the myriad subcultural groups within the nation.
Aboriginal groups will probably always…… [Read More]. Intersecting Cultures Are Creating a. Hence, in the twentieth century hybridity has been transformed into a "…cultural phenomenon" which is now explored by anthropologists and other social scientists -- and it means that growing volumes of people are moving "…from one place to another" and as they move they create "…new cultural and sociodemographic spaces and are themselves reshaped in the process" Luke, , p.
The point of Noh's article -- boiled down to a safe overview -- is that cultural borders between countries and regions "…have been blurred" and in their place is an "intercultural mixture" because "…all cultures are involved in one another" p. In fact some scholars insist…… [Read More]. Human esources Managing Organisational Culture The values and behaviors that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organization make up the organizations culture.
Organizational culture is the summation total of an organization's past and current suppositions, incidents, viewpoint, and values that hold it together, and is articulated in its self-image, inner workings, connections with the outside world, and future prospects.
In dealing with the management of organisational culture, it is firstly essential to recognize as fully as possible the characteristics of the existing or new target culture to include the myths, symbols, rituals, values and assumptions that strengthen the culture. Organisational culture is not something that can be viewed very easily it is consequently quite hard to replace it.
Usually when certain leaders form a company, their values are converted into the actions of the members of that organisation. When other leaders take over, it may not…… [Read More]. The Case of United States Migration History Migration, as a social activity, is a vital element considered not only for its importance in determining specific aspects of a country's socio-demographic characteristics, but in determining the psycho-demographic characteristics of societies and cultures within that country.
Indeed, it is evident that apart from serving as a catalyst in changing the social structure of societies, migration also helps change and bring dynamism to a the norms, traditions, and values held important by a society and culture. Take as an example the history of migration in the United States. Historical events such as the first and second World Wars have triggered the sudden increase in migration of people from different countries in the world. Furthermore, migration also increased as an effect of the economic and political stability of the U.
Schein entitled "Corporate Culture Survival Guide" begins by examining the question of why it is important to understand culture. It is important according to Schein to understand that the organization exists "within broader cultural units that matter in today's global world because mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and special projects are often multicultural entitles who must have the ability to work across cultures.
People belong to their…… [Read More]. Across countries and societies, different kinds of culture exist and govern the daily lives of people. Defined technically, culture is the system of beliefs, norms, values, and traditions that a specific group of people perceives and considers as their worldview. Culture inadvertently affects every aspect of an individual's life.
Its influence could be as mundane as deciding what to wear and eat for the day, or as critical and important not only to the individual but also to the society, such as deciding who to vote for depending on the candidate's similarities in beliefs and…… [Read More].
Virtual Cultures in Today's Information-Oriented. An example of this virtual culture is the fan culture, wherein individuals having a similar belief or likeness for an idea or another individual also identified as "cult hero" come together and form a community wherein they talk about their beliefs, and create a culture uniquely identified only to them. In the following years, despite Macionis' expressed fear for these virtual cultures, this form of culture will develop to give way to new, hybrid cultures that will potentially develop as a result of the continuous innovation and creation of computer- and Internet-mediated technologies.
Moreover, these cultures will become important in that it will reflect the kind of groups and individuals extant in the society. These virtual cultures will mirror peoples' values, beliefs, and traditions. And most importantly, virtual cultures will become the 'culture…… [Read More]. Though there is no universally agreed definition, organizational culture essentially refers to the values, beliefs, attitudes, assumptions, principles, habits, and customs shared by members of a given organization Schein, These behavioral aspects constitute the distinctiveness of the organization Jain, One organization that has built a distinctive organizational culture is IKEA, a Swedish multinational firm involved in the designing and marketing…… [Read More].
Analyzing a Workplace Culture. My objective as a student intern was to develop my communication and problem-solving skills by shadowing various employees at the center and performing tasks appropriate to my skill-level and background. What I discerned in terms of workplace culture came by way of conversations with employees at Langone, observations of interactions among staff and supervisors, documents like the employee hand book and physical artifacts -- like the promotion of the NYU logo on merchandise almost everywhere one looked.
In this paper, I will provide an analysis of the culture at NYU Langone Medical Center and explain why the organization's culture supports organizational goals and the well-being, morale, and productivity of individual employees. An Analysis Based on Morgan's Cultural Metaphor When one thinks about the word "culture," one tends to think about some far-away, exotic place where people in elaborate costumes perform mysterious rituals.
While it is certainly true that people on the other side of the world from wherever one lives certainly have their own culture, it is vital to remember that all people have their lives deeply influenced by culture. We each live in a number of different cultures: The culture of our family, of our neighborhood, of the place where we work, sometimes of a religious and ethnic community.
Culture is simply an agreement among the members of a group about how they will behave, what their values are, and how they will communicate with each other. Culture determines how we each interact with each other on a daily basis. The paper examines the organizational culture of a…… [Read More]. Description Law enforcement has a distinct professional culture that is comprised of both formal and informal elements.
Formal elements are ensconced in rules and regulations. Informal elements are unspoken, including norms of behavior and the jargon used between officers. Both formal and informal culture impacts productivity, identity, and performance. Language and Behaviors One of the defining features of a culture is language.
In the professional sectors, jargon…… [Read More]. Sociology of Popular Culture. Sociology of Popular Culture Popular Culture A popular culture is a complex term defined by a number of already existing definitions which explore the different spectrums associated with the term. The initial understanding of this culture was based on the lifestyle adopted by the masses; the subordinate, lower class, which made them separate from the elite class.
However, today, it is considered to be a lifestyle which includes different cultural practices, artifacts and other cultural commodities, that is widely accepted by the population. Therefore, in order to study a popular culture, it is important to focus on the varying aspects such as identity, representation, regulation, production and consumption where the latter two have an interdependent relationship.
For this reason, this paper would look into the underlying fact of the contemporary popular culture where the producers are also the consumers. The theorists of the cultural studies started studying popular culture when…… [Read More].
Schein Corporate Culture Survival Guide. Schien the Corporate Culture Survival Guide Culture content and surviving in the external environment Mission, Strategy and Goals Development of assumptions Sense of mission and identity Cultural moral of story: Acquisition strategy has to fit existing culture Over organizational history learning by organization of effective Complexity of Cultural Analysis due to shared mission and strategic intent F.
Variations in unit organization to achieve mission and strategy G. Error-detection systems in the organization F. Actions when discovering important goals are not being met G. Variation among organizational parts in measure and actions to take on results New Leaders in the Organization Organizational culture Destroy existing culture by ridding organization of key culture carriers; B.
Fight existing culture by forcing their own beliefs, values and assumption on the members of the organization. Cave in to the existing culture abandoning their own beliefs, values and assumptions. Evoke the culture by…… [Read More]. Rise of Ricers in the Car Culture Scene. How and Why "Ricers" Came into The Scene Since the advent of cars, people have always wanted to play around with them and make modifications of their own preferences.
Car modification has been taking place ever since we started manufacturing vehicles and the reason has been varied. There are some who did it for prowess or just for some mischief.
The initial modifications that people would perform on their vehicles were mainly conducted due to criminal activities. In the old cars, there was no matching of cars to engine numbers, transmission, or body frame. This made it possible for thieves to change engines and repaint a vehicle, which in turn meant they have a new car. This car modification was referred to as hot rodding. However, all this changed when the…… [Read More]. Co-Optation Underground cultures of all types are frequently co-optated in order to bring them into the mainstream.
When an underground culture begins as something unique, that uniqueness is attractive to those who crave unique things and experience. These are the early adopters, and the influencers of others. These influencers then make that culture more attractive to the mainstream. Typically, co-optation occurs when business interests see the potential in something and then market a co-optated version of that to a mainstream audience.
The essay on popular culture highlights hip hop music, which grew from an integrated street culture in the Bronx, was first co-optated by African-American urban youth in other cities, leaving out many of the culture's elements in favor of a focus on the fashion and music, and co-optation became even more pronounced when the music's underground popularity with white suburban audiences was noticed.
This actually mirrored quite closely the…… [Read More]. The culture phenomena that a nurse may face can be critical to a proper diagnosis in many cases as well as the overall quality of care. One of the most fundamental phenomena is communication, which includes language, but also includes social organizations, time, environmental control, and biological variation.
These factors represent distinct phenomena that can be identified and various cultural barriers can be mitigated through training.
Although each individual may be different, culture is a powerful force in one's life and can predict many individualistic tendencies. Social Organization The social organization in the Vietnamese American culture is different from the mainstream culture in several ways. One is example is that Asian-American patients in mainstream mental health systems have greater premature dropout rates, shorter duration of treatment, fewer positive outcomes,…… [Read More].
Hip Hop and American Youth Culture Everyone enters a stage of growth when a strong urge to break out of parental dependence, when he recognizes his own person and desires to assert himself. This sense of individuality is an inherent in the American character, especially the youth. Aligned with this restlessness is the restlessness endured for centuries by the Blacks.
Their elders may have learned to live with the malignity, although without yielding to it, or have less energy to fight.
But African-American youth found a way to vent their revulsion towards the discrimination and abuses to which they are subjected as a race. That discovery happened in the 70s when the hip-hop spirit evolved into a concept and then into music, dance, poetry and many other creative forms of letting the sea of anguish flow out of their soul.
The voice of the young American who seeks individual freedom…… [Read More]. Popular Culture vs High Culture. Pop Art on Society During the fifties, America experienced tremendous growth in many aspects of society. As a result, technological advancements led to sophisticated aspects of American life.
Media and advertising became mass media and the invention of the television paved the way to a new generation of communication. This was also an era of exploration among generations. Traditional forms of art began to experience growth and "culture" expanded into many sub-cultures. Some of the trends that surfaced were New York City turning into an "international center for painting and architecture" Davidson , mass circulation of paperback books, network television suddenly becoming the world's most powerful form of mass communication, and rock and roll becoming the language of youth Davidson The explosion of such artistic expression was greeted with optimism, but mostly with pessimism, "warning against moral decadence and spiritual decline" On one had, the "highbrow intellectuals" argued…… [Read More].
Slave Culture The trans-Atlantic slave trade shackled together persons from disparate cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Forced contact and communion, pervasive physical and psychological abuse, and systematic disenfranchisement became the soil in which a unique subculture would be born. Slave subcultures in the United States were also diverse, depending on geography, the nature of the plantation work, the prevailing political and social landscape of the slave owner culture, and factors like gender and ethnic backgrounds of the slaves.
Presence and type of religion in the community also impacted the evolution of slave culture. Common factors that link disparate slave subcultures include religion, music, crafts, food, social norms, and political philosophies. In spite of the tremendous variations in theme and tone of slave cultures, such as those in Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, or the Carolinas, there did emerge some consistencies that draw attention to commonalities.
According to Thomson and Wadsworth , when an officer makes the decision to reprimand or write a disciplinary report, he is playing a role in the Criminal Justice System p. A disciplinary committee also has a dilemma because he,…. The hip hop subculture is a way of life tethered to and popularized by the widespread practice of rap music. It originates from the African American community. It is expressed through flashy modes of dressing, graffiti art forms, break dancing, and slang.
However, with the passage of time, the culture has traversed racial and cultural…. Every human being possesses the urgent need to belong, to gain the strength of others and to fit into society.
It is in our basic nature, our history supporting the human will to belong,…. Subculture is a segment of society that shares distinctive patterns of mores, folkways, and values that differs from the larger society. An organization named FSU is a good example of subculture because although they have their own rules and laws bu still considers it their responsibility to keep the society safe from the unfair.
In the play, The Pohutukawa Tree Bruce Mason, , an important idea that is shown in the text is that the narrow conformity of society cause cross-cultural misunderstandings. This idea is important to teenagers today because they need to learn to be respectful of other cultures to avoid conflict, especially as New Zealand has grown…. Almost every era has seen the emergence of youth sub-cultures specific to that time and place, socio-economic factors, geographical location and ideologies.
Youth sub-culture could be said to be part of the way many young people connect to and take part in society. Most youth sub-cultures share common features such as distinctive dress styles, behaviours,….
Cultures have been able to integrate drinking into a religious and symbolic context. Irish tend to have a serious drinking problem with drinking; Jews and Italians do not. There are two psychological explanations to be found for alcoholism-cultural and psychological. In a culture in which the demands for male supportiveness are high and…. Hipster is a subculture of young 15 — 25 , urban middle class adults and older teenagers that appeared in the s.
The subculture is associated with non-mainstream lifestyle. They value independent thinking, progressive politics, creativity, intelligence and non-mainstream fashion sensibility. Most of them can be found living in the big cities like New York, Chicago, and…. A subculture is a group of people who are united by specific designated interests, rules, preferences, worldviews.
- This essay will attempt to perform an ethnographic study of subcultures of consumption focusing on the Goth community. After reading Schouten’s and McAlexander’s “Subcultures of consumption: an ethnography of new bikers”, a similar study with Goths as the main point of focus will take place.
Essay on Subcultures: As the society is divided into many groups – national, demographic, social, professional – gradually, each of them forms its own culture, that is, a system of values??and rules of conduct.
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The hippie subculture is a mix between conflict and equality, some topics that Marx studied and cared for. People can be socialized into subcultures like hippies if they have the same beliefs or interests as that subculture. I will be writing my research paper on police subculture and how the affects of police subculture impact the body of the law and how it relates to crime. Police subculture is an array of standard procedures and values that rule law enforcers activates in relation to their contractual responsibilities.