Sometimes in the real world, we have trouble with keeping things to ourselves. We feel like when something comes to mind we need to say it. Sometimes it may not be very nice to say something out loud so we use the term “hold your tongue”. This way we can keep out mouths shut and we do not hurt anyone’s feelings or upset anyone. As appose to saying what we want take the chance to upset anyone that may hear it.
Some norms ar become formal rules and laws, whereas others ar merely unwritten rules of prescript for everyday behaviour. These unwritten rules will usually be categorised as either folkways or mores. Folkways ar norms that dictate acceptable behaviour for routine or casual interaction. In our culture, boys wear pants rather than skirts, and that we all understand to not decide our nose publicly. These ar casual rules for behaviour; though we have a tendency to might imagine that individuals WHO violate them ar weird or rude, we do not assume they must be jailed for his or her
In his essay, Emerson urges people to remain consistent with their past. However, this statement does not make sense in some cases. So, Emerson wants every person to remain themselves and not adapt to “society’s demands and conventions” (Emerson). Consequently, his response to Gordon’s and Sahagun’s article would be that every person should have tenacity in them, should not blindly follow the crowd, and be themselves. Emerson would see the egoistic nature of the people of Gen Y, and would be glad if it stayed the same.
Meaning of cultural competence: According to Wikipedia cultural competence is the requirement of organizations to have defined rules of behaviours and attitudes to be used so that they can work effectively across cultures. The reason to rising need of cultural competence is globalization. Globalization is where the businesses/organizations expand to work internationally and hence working with more people from different societies and hence different cultures. The main objective of cultural competence is erasing or reducing the biases some employees might have on a particular culture. Biases towards another culture comes are as a result of ethnocentrism.
Have you ever looked at someone and immediately thought, “ They truly deserve to be treated the worst because of their look,” yeah, me either, this is an example of stereotyping. In my opinion, stereotypes should not be distributed around anymore. There is no point to it. Why criticize someone for something that is out of their control ( such as religion , culture, and looks)? I understand some people have different mindsets and claim they do not know right from wrong, but that gives no excuse, we shouldn 't stereotype in general.
Actions carried out by people under the HGDP depicts a reality in the world we live in today. Coming to terms with the horrendous actions that people in organizations like HGDP that are willing to ethically and morally subjugate themselves to condemn others to not only to death but a miserable one as well only better depicts the extreme measures. The primary reason for this is because no one should get to attempt to play God (Dei, Hall & Rosenberg,
It is necessary to understand the meaning of culture. Culture involves artistic and other activity of the mind, a state of high development in art and thought existing in a society and represented at various level in its members, the particular system of art, thought, and customs of a society; the arts, customs, beliefs, and all the other products of human thought made by people at a particular time,; development and improvement of the mind or body by education or training. 1'Cult' means a group of people believing in a particular system of religious worship, with its special customs and ceremonies, worship of or loyalty to a person, principle etc, the group of people following a popular fashion or a particular interest. 'Cultivable' is a thing
It is important to maintain an environment for victims to feel safe in but I don’t think it’s right to be silenced to the point where even talking about it for educating and information purposes is looked down upon. Morally, it’s always important to not have your speech make anyone feel uncomfortable or unsafe but especially for educational purposes it’s important to not feel like you must walk on eggshells because someone might find it offensive. Kaminer uses another example in her essay where she was “quickly branded a racist” because she used “the n-word” while teaching Huckleberry
I can just not eat dog meat when I’m in Baguio or politely declined when I’m offered some of it. Some cultural norms can be really different from what a certain person grew up with and it can contradict with that person’s personal values, but it doesn’t mean that that person can just ignore or disrespect other cultural norms and think that theirs is the only one that matters. Respect begets respect. In order to be respected of what you think is appropriate or not for you, you should start by respecting what others think is appropriate or not for