Culture shock

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Can Drama be more Effective than Protests?

The article deals with importance and the effectiveness that drama projects on people rather than protests that end up into violent activities or a lost effort for justice. Drama is a form of art that is performed by people having characters, plot, dialogues and it shows the orders and the disorders that are present in […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1290 Topics: Drama

Social Inequality is the Opposite of Social Mobility

Social inequality is evident in various civilizations, from Europe to the Americas. With the development of agriculture and increasing sedentism in complex civilizations, social differences among people in society is inevitable. Social inequality not only leads to the increased complexity of socialization but can also dismantle society. This issue is prominent in two significant areas—the […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1055 Topics: culture shock, social class, social inequality, social mobility, social stratification
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Archetypes: James Frazer, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell

For thousands of years, narrative artforms have featured archetypes—characters built on a set of traits that are specific and identifiable. The heroes and villains of today’s books and films may be based on the same heroic and villainous archetypes found in the novels of Charles Dickens, the poetry of John Milton, and the theater of […]

Pages: 3 Words: 955 Topics: carl jung, characterization, culture shock, theory, writing

“A Hunger Artist” by Franz Kafka

What kind of symbols and figurative language in A Hunger Artist does Kafka use? The answer to this question is up for debate. A Hunger Artist is considered one of Kafka’s prominent works, and one of the best, perfect created short stories. Kafka gives a story of a man known as a hunger artist who […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1029 Topics: culture shock, Emotions, franz kafka, story, writing

Culture Shock: Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism (essay)

I learned that Culture varies around the world, and culture influences everything that we are and everything that we do. Culture is something we learn, when we come into this life we have no language, values, or ideas. Culture is all things people learn to do, produce, use, know and believe. Culture shock is the […]

Pages: 3 Words: 812 Topics: culture shock, ethnocentrism, human communication, language, social norm

Ethnocentrism in Experience about South Korean Culture (essay)

Culture shock is when a person involves themselves with another culture and comes into contact with their way of living and sees that every culture does things differently and can perhaps leave with a different mentality after that experience. Ethnocentrism is when someone takes what they are familiar with from their own culture and use […]

Pages: 2 Words: 468 Topics: cultural relativism, culture shock, ethnocentrism, Faith, multiculturalism

Memory: Augustine on God

Memory is our gateway to God because of humans’ inner truth. When Augustine seeks God he is also seeking a life of happiness. Augustine pleads to God in saying “Let me seek you that my soul may live, for as my body draws life from my soul, so does my soul draw its life from […]

Pages: 1 Words: 408 Topics: culture shock, God, happiness, memory, truth

Fairy Tales: “Sleeping Beauty”, “Snow-white” and “Rapunzel”

Through the year’s fairy tales have given adults but mostly children a false illusion of how life could turn out, given many children the fake hope and idea of having an easy life and romantic life. The three-fairy tales chosen all have the common thread being that the heroine is beautiful and is a somewhat […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1006 Topics: culture shock, Fairy Tale, fantasy, Fiction, stereotype

The Impact of Fairy Tale on Children

Did you know that some fairy tales are 600 years old? They have been around for many years, and nowadays some of the most common fairytales are Cinderella, The Snow White, The Beauty and The Beast and The Little Red Riding Hood. Fairy tales teach kids many moral lessons in a simple way, and that’s […]

Pages: 2 Words: 496 Topics: Beauty and the Beast, culture shock, Fairy Tale, Influence, snow white

Life Expectancy and Immortality

Since the beginning of time, the life of human beings has been limited here on earth. According to the Biblical and Quran accounts of creation, man failed God and thus the punishment was mortality. Thereafter, human beings have been trying all they can to receive salvation and doing good deeds on earth in the hope […]

Pages: 3 Words: 793 Topics: culture shock, earth, immortality, life expectancy, sustainability

The Anatomy of Hip-hop Music

“Hip-Hop is what makes the world go round,” according to Calvin Broadus Jr., also known as Snoop Dogg. Hip-Hop is a genre of music birthed in inner-city New York, the Bronx to be precise, in the late 1970’s. Hip-Hop’s style is forever changing and emerging, but the anatomy of a good hip-hop song starts with […]

Pages: 3 Words: 860 Topics: Anatomy, culture shock, hip hop, music industry, popular music

“The Iliad”: and Ideology

The Iliad this was written by Homer and set what was known as the Trojan War. This is an epic represented in several dactylitis. The book narrates the series of the events and battles that had been executed during those days of misunderstandings and quarrels between the Achilles warriors and King Agamemnon. from the story, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 911 Topics: culture shock, greek mythology, homer, ideology, iliad