Pages tagged with Cultural Settings

Review of Burnett, David CLASH of WORLDS. London: Monarch, 2002
This is a review of the article titled public culture written by a popular scholar Achille Mbembe. It focuses more on politics and how politicians control their subjects once they get into power.
My warrior of the mighty wind and the thunder of heaven, My son, Kahakui we call him for short. To you my son The feeling to see how you have grown You have conquered the demons that caged you Swept the fears aside that mangled your mind Cut the ropes and ties that bound you And se...
This article is about whether all of the hoopy-doo is really all about the achievement gap and educational inequalities among African American children and other racial and/or cultural groups. Are the major issues about how children learn, accomplish goals, and perform tasks or are th...
A look at how culture itself as changed and how youth's views on culture has changed. Some of this article deals with the modernisation and westernisation of the meaning of culture as well as the actions, behaviour, reactions, philosophies patterns of thinking of modern society on cu...
Like most other African countries, Ghana too has a very rich cultural tradition that would fascinate any observer. This Gold Coast is mulitcentric and multiethnic society with colours and shades of humanity.
Death is as inevitable as taxes it was once said, yet how we handle death is entirely personal and there are several billion different expressions of loss. The act of death causes different triggers in us all because we are all unique individuals. Is it right to cry? Do we have to pub...
While the field of natural curatives seems to be getting more attention than at any time in the past fifty years, it is essential to recognize that although the general creed of those of us who advocate natural curatives is that nature provides cures for whatever ailments humankind ma...
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