Ppt on diversity in our society

A. Tatarko, A. Mironova & S.Chuvashov The Influence of Ethnic Diversity on Social Capital in Russia National research university ‘Higher school of economics.

(Onyx & Bullen, 2000; Edwards & Onyx, 2007; Onyx et. al., 2007). Therefore, we will consider ethnic tolerance as an indicator of social norms in our study in multicultural society. Ethnic Diversity Index Based on the last population census (2010), we calculated the Ethnic Diversity Index - EDI (Riazantsev et. al., 2013). This index was calculated by several stages using special formula where where j is the region of/


Ethnomusicology in the Elementary Music Classroom TEKS: Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Dr. Stephen Duncan, Director of Fine Arts Galveston Independent.

we live in even when we are not covering music of “diverse cultures.” Organology adds a framework for our student’s understanding Chordophones – String instruments String + sound Aerophones – Wind instruments Air + sound Membranophones – Drums Membrane + sound Idiophones – Its self vibrates Self + sound Student with Russian balalaika Music of Texas cultures is found all around us: Texas Renaissance Festival 2005 Tia Piah Society of Oklahoma/


Diversity – An Introduction. OPENING PRAYER Prayer for a Diverse Community Creator of all races and ethnicities, help us see that a diverse community.

all as our global viewpoint. http://www.svdpusa.org/multicultural/Mission-Vision Goal 4: Embracing Systemic Change ( Extract from National Strategic Plan) Objectives 4.5 Diversity: Increase awareness of multicultural/diversity issues and build cross-cultural competencies. 4.6 Member/Leadership Diversity: Achieve greater diversity in leadership and membership. https://www.svdpusa.org/members/Membership/Strategic-Plan/Goal-3-and-4 Goal 1: Increase the Society of/


Chapter 2 Understanding and Valuing Differences. A Rich Stew The modern workplace is much more than a melting pot in which contents are transformed into.

working in groups. EQ is needed to effectively manage diversity. EQ is needed to effectively manage diversity. EQ helps us adapt to new situations. EQ helps us adapt to new situations. Key Emotional Intelligence Abilities Self-Awareness -- Recognizing an emotion as it engulfs us; Self-Awareness -- Recognizing an emotion as it engulfs us; Emotion Management -- Controlling reactions to emotion-laden events so that our/


Using Item B and material from elsewhere, assess the claim ‘that the extended family is as important now as it ever was in the past’. A standard question.

and material from elsewhere, assess sociological explanations of the extent and causes of family diversity in contemporary society. This means society today – or fairly recently anyway. Using Item B and material from elsewhere, assess sociological explanations of the extent and causes of family diversity in contemporary society. Examine the contribution of feminists to our understanding of families and households. Note there is NO link to an Item – don/


1 Dimensions of Diversity Introduction to Diversity Texas Commission On Law Enforcement Course # 3939.

Geographic Locations Socioeconomic Status And the list goes on… 22 1.4. Describe the three powerful trends that highlight diversity in twenty-first century society Diversity became an issue with the development of 3 powerful trends in our society: Trend 1: globalmarket Trend 1: The global market in which American corporations must now do business became highly competitive 23 Paradigm Shift The United States has a high unemployment/


“SANKOFA”: REINVENTING AFRIKA A Focus on the Homogeneity in the Heterogeneity © Dr. Francis Adu-Febiri 2014 MODULE 2.

of the HF HUMAN FACTOR COMPETENCY (HFC) Without the reinvention of high HFC in African societies/countries, the politics of diversity will make superficial heterogeneities (diversities) drown the deep homogeneities (commonalities) which are the foundation and hope of Africa/Volume 17, Issue. 1., pp. 40-78. Adu-Febiri, Francis. 2011. “Inviting Emotions, Morals and Spirit into Our Classrooms: A Sociological Perspective on the Human Factor Model of Education”, Review of Human Factor Studies, Volume 17, Issue. 1/


Www.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. Gender and Diversity Gender mainstreaming SEA Regional Gender and Diversity Training of Trainers 5-8 th October.

mainstreaming in community organisations. Alison Barclay & Kiri Dicker, 2014. www.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. Gender and Diversity Gender Mainstreaming in programmes It is important that we mainstream gender and diversity throughout all of our /ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. Gender and Diversity Steps to gender mainstreaming in your National Society Graphic taken from: Think out loud. A practical guide to gender mainstreaming in community organisations. Alison Barclay & Kiri Dicker, 2014/


Www.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming Gender and Diversity for Community Resilience Updates and Progress 2014-2015.

.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. Gender and Diversity Gender and Diversity for Community Resilience “The awareness of gender equality and diversity is important in providing humanitarian services towards the community, regardless of our local and international work. Gender inclusion, as well as other priorities should be taken into consideration, to achieve a stronger and resilient society.” Singapore Red Cross www.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing/


Society: the basics CHAPTER Eleventh Edition Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Society: the basics, Eleventh Edition John.

creates symbolic culture on an unprecedented scale Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Society: the basics, Eleventh Edition John J. Macionis Cultural Diversity In the U.S., we are aware of our cultural diversity Japan –Historical isolation –Most monocultural of all high-income countries U.S. –Centuries of heavy immigration –Most multicultural of all high-income countries Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education/


Creative Case for Diversity and Equality in the Arts Nike Jonah and Hassan Mahamdallie.

truly value and harness and release that kind of transformative potential that exist unrealised in our society today? We could then talk about seriously about the “authentic” and the “profound” and “truthfulness” in human creative expression. POWER Power: There must be the construction and dissemination of a new framework for viewing diversity, one that takes it out of a negative or ‘deficit’ model and places/


Society: the basics CHAPTER Eleventh Edition Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Society: the basics, Eleventh Edition John.

creates symbolic culture on an unprecedented scale Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Society: the basics, Eleventh Edition John J. Macionis Cultural Diversity In the U.S., we are aware of our cultural diversity Japan –Historical isolation –Most monocultural of all high-income countries U.S. –Centuries of heavy immigration –Most multicultural of all high-income countries Copyright ©2011 by Pearson Education/


WEGL 3202 VALUES ETHICS AND INTEGRITY IN GOVERNANCE BY: GITAU G.K. BY GITAU G.K. FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS,

G.K. (GITAUGK.AC@GMAIL.COM) FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS, 2016 275 What are some of the sources of change in our society? Single dramatic event Cultural and technological innovations Shifting population size Environmental pressures Diffusion from other cultures Media Others? BY GITAU /your nation”  Why call barren, a land that produces plenty? This same country has produced the world’s best in diverse fields…  Every great nation is a product of deliberate efforts at Nation Building by all classes of people, no /


11 Million Reasons to become Diverse How Diverse Populations are Changing Libraries and Society ATLA, 2013 – Charlotte, NCPresented by Stephen Sweeney,

are Changing Libraries and Society ATLA, 2013 – Charlotte, NCPresented by Stephen Sweeney, ATLA Diversity Committee Diversity Committee The Diversity Committee recommends practices and programs related to recruitment, retention, development, and advancement of diverse members; receives applications, evaluates and selects recipients for the ATLA Scholarships to Promote Diversity; encourages collaborative relationships with communities of diverse professionals; ensures diverse perspectives in programs at the/


“Cultural Competency”: Healthcare Meeting the Challenges of Diverse Societies “Tools for Change” Young Lee Director, HR/Training & Development Coney Island.

of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features of society or a social group  Respecting and safeguarding culture is a matter of human rights  Cultural diversity presupposes respect of all persons to participate in the cultural life of ones choice -- Source: United Nations, 2007 Cultural Diversity is our Collective Strength  Rich diversity + collective strength = Quality Healthcare  Cultural diversity is a natural fact that we need simply recognize/


THE INFORMATION SOCIETY ANDITSCITIZENS2005 Deirdre Williams, CARDICIS 2, Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic, 5 th December 2005.

community of diversity Information Technology Communication (Civil society) Communications Rights in the Information Society (CRIS) a campaign to ensure that communication rights are central to the information society and to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). a campaign to ensure that communication rights are central to the information society and to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). Our vision of the ‘Information Society’ is grounded in the/


2014 Faculty Learning Community, CSU East Bay Faculty in Residence: Dennis Chester & Silvina Ituarte Participants: Margaret Harris, Dawna Komorosky, Mike.

to others; apply knowledge of diversity and multicultural competencies to promote equity and social justice in our communities; work collaboratively and respectfully as members and leaders of diverse teams and communities; act responsibly / differences and interactions influence self and society. Students will develop the capacity to interact openly and respectfully with individuals, particularly marginalized individuals, across the full range of human diversity including race, ethnicity, religion, gender/


111111 School & Society: Chapter 11 Social Diversity and Differentiated Schooling Today: Vocational and Liberal Ideals Chapter Eleven Social Diversity.

. All rights reserved. Tozer/Senese/Violas, School and Society, 5e 11 School & Society: Chapter 11 Social Diversity and Differentiated Schooling Today: Vocational and Liberal Ideals Successful Curriculum Integration in High Schools Calls for…. 1.Programs of greater intellectual /a society willing to settle for? What would we want for our own children? (c) 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Tozer/Senese/Violas, School and Society, 5e 15 School & Society: Chapter 11 Social Diversity and/


Backcountry Hunters and Anglers * Citizens-at-large * Clearwater Paper Corporation * Clearwater County Commissioners * Economic Development * Framing Our.

Elk Foundation * The Nature Conservancy * The Wilderness Society * Trout Unlimited * Purpose and Vision Purpose: “…to provide recommendations for actions concerning the use and management of lands within Clearwater Basin in Idaho.”Vision: “…to enhance and protect the ecological and economic health of our forests, rivers, and communities within the Clearwater Basin by working collaboratively across a diversity of interests.” Geographic Scope Clearwater and Nez/


DIVERSITY PROJECT 2013. RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY Race is defined by physical characteristics that set people apart. Ethnicity is different from race,

identify each other as a different “race”. The races that the Sneetches socially constructed for themselves was totally diminished. Another socially-significant sources of diversity in our society is religion. In 2012, 28 year old Muslim Imane Boudlal worked in a café in Disneyland. She is suing Walt Disney Co for harassment and religious discrimination. She wanted to wear her head scarf to work. She was given/


Equal Opportunity & Diversity: Making Policy Work in Public and Business Organisations Dr Fiona Bartels-Ellis OBE Global Head of Equal Opportunity & Diversity.

, consultative relationships & decision making More consistent and transparent organisational processes Improved* reflective diversity, staff motivation and retention Improved understanding & response to our customers Better understanding of the countries & cultures we work in Improved perception of organisation & external acknowledgement Better management of risk Diversity Unit Benefits to wider society More equal societies help growth & economic prosperity to flourish & have higher standards of living/


Dr. Luisa Amelia Dempere 2012-2014 Past-Chair President’s Council on Diversity Academic Administrators Leadership Seminars: New Administrators Orientation.

Diversity & Issues in Recruitment AGENDA Historical Perspective on Diversity Issues in Recruiting Managing for Diversity President’s Council on Diversity Defining Diversity The full spectrum of human differences and similarities, including immutable and mutable characteristics yielding unique perspectives. Other way to “see” it... Society/resources embedded in our diversity and maintain our legitimacy as a public university receiving federal funds. B USINESS C ASE F ACULTY D IVERSITY A diverse faculty /


Developing a Sociological Perspective

can reveal how society shapes our lives. Troubles and Issues Troubles are private problems in an individual’s life. Issues affect large numbers of people Issues shape the context within which troubles arise. Debunking Studying the patterns and processes that shape behavior. Questioning actions and ideas that are usually taken for granted. Acting as “an outsider within.” Understanding Diversity Understanding diversity is critical to understanding/


Academic Affairs Diversity Task Force Report to the Faculty Senate January 26, 2012.

, and oppression with regard to different groups within American society, and within our University community Knowledge and understanding of the social construct of race and its social, political, economic, and behavioral consequences 3--Skills Development of problem solving and analytical skills about diversity as a means of constructing action plans for addressing diversity issues in the community and resolving conflicts linked to difference Ability to/


R.E. and CITIZENSHIP IN A NEW NORTHERN IRELAND

, conflict management and resolution Democracy and Active Participation Equality and Social Justice Diversity and Inclusion Human Rights and Social Responsibility Local  Global Individual Society State Diversity and Inclusion Provides opportunities to consider the range and extent of diversity in society and to identify the challenges and opportunities which diversity and inclusion present What factors influence our sense of personal and group identity? What are the challenges and opportunities/


“SANKOFA”: REINVENTING AFRIKA A Focus on the Homogeneity in the Heterogeneity © Dr. Francis Adu-Febiri 2014

(Re-invention) Racialized enslavery and colonization of Africa and Africans succeeded in creating and reproducing superficial diversities and negative deep commonalities in African societies. This is mainly because these invasive social engineering systems broke down the/. The Human Factor in Developing Africa. London: Praeger. Adjibolosoo, Senyo. 1995. The Human Factor in Developing Africa. London: Praeger. Adu-Febiri, Francis. 2011. “Inviting Emotions, Morals and Spirit into Our Classrooms: A Sociological /


X.always MASTER PART TWO 10 MARCH 2007. Tom Peters’ X25* EXCELLENCE. ALWAYS. XAlways.MASTER/PART 2.1O March 2007 *In Search of Excellence 1982-2007.

we have worked in factories and now we live in an information-based society whose icon is the computer. We stand facing the fifth kind of society: the Dream Society. … Future products will have to appeal to our hearts, not to our heads. Now / and Design Conducive to Health The 9 Planetree Practices 1. The Importance of Human Interaction 2. Informing and Empowering Diverse Populations: Consumer Health Libraries and Patient Information 3. Healing Partnerships: The importance of Including Friends and Family 4. /


Brigid Murray Adviser Environment & Society. Programme outline 1. Introduction- context; rationale; aims; objectives; intended outcomes 2. The guidance.

wish to see? What is the role of formal educational settings in bringing about change in our society? Rationale for CRED policy Evolution of community relations policy since the 1980s Society in Northern Ireland is much more diverse than 20 years ago Sectarianism, racism and bullying are examples of social problems which need to be addressed in our society St Andrew’s Agreement Context Overarching aim of the current programme/


Postmodernism. Origins of Postmodernism The beginning of the postmodern debate essentially began in 1979 with the publication of the essay “The Postmodern.

. The lesson is: never try”. Postmodern – challenging conventional morality – no meta narratives – Lyotard. No meta narratives in “The Simpsons” The Simpsons’ use of postmodernist techniques, such as fragmentation, serve to highlight the diversity of our culture and the impossibility of establishing moral authority in the pluralism of postmodern society. Like Lyotard It is a sentiment closely related to Lyotard’s theory of metanarratives, which involves/


Guiding Diversity. Devotions Revelation 7:9-17 A Great Multitude from Every Nation 9 After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could.

: English Standard Version. (2001). (2 Co 5:20). Wheaton: Standard Bible Society. The implications for us? Broader diversity in our country We will become excited about Biblical diversity. We will become excited about Biblical diversity. We will recon with the fact that the doctrine of sin means that our renewed culture are never as good as our renewed worldview should make it. We will recon with the fact/


HUL 288 Science and Humanism Development of Materialistic and Mechanistic worldview alongside growth in Science and Technology & Implications of Materialistic.

society, the world, and our place in it, and that could help us to make the critical decisions which will shape our future. What we need is a framework that ties everything together, that allows us to understand society, the world, and our place in/ that biodiversity is a measure of the relative diversity among organisms present in different ecosystems. "Diversity" in this definition includes diversity within a species and among species, and comparative diversity among ecosystems. Kevin J. Gaston & John /


Chapter Seven New Leftism Introduction: The New Left was the left-wing movements in the 1960s and 1970s that, unlike the earlier leftist focus on union.

The George Washington University in Washington, DC.. Capitalism, Patriarchy, and Job Segregation by Sex (1976):“The division of labor by sex appears to have been universal throughout human history. In our society the sexual division / Nonviolence, Sustainability, Respect for diversity. In 2001, the Global Greens Charter identified six guiding principles: Ecological wisdom, Social justice, Participatory democracy, Nonviolence, Sustainability, Respect for diversity.Global Greens CharterGlobal Greens Charter 1/


Chapter 3: Culture Culture & Society in a Changing World Components of Culture Technology, Cultural Change, & Diversity A Global Popular Culture Sociological.

?  How do subcultures and countercultures reflect diversity within a society?  How do the various sociological perspectives view culture?  What part does culture play in shaping people and the social relations in which they participate?  What are the /to all members of a species)  Nature: biological & genetic makeup  Nurture: our social environment  Nurture tells us the appropriate way to satisfy our drives  Humans don’t have instinct, they have reflexes (unlearned, biologically determined /


Chapter 7  Deviance is more than a matter of individual choice or personal failing.  How a society defines deviance depends on how that society is.

society defines deviance depends on how that society is organized. *All behaviors are shaped by society. Deviance varies according to the cultural norms of a society. People become deviant as others in society/depends on whether a society provides people the means to achieve cultural norms.  For example, the strain between our own culture’s emphasis / and Capitalism Deviance and Social Diversity Crime The Criminal Justice System  The criminal justice system is society’s formal system of social control/


COMMUNICATION DISORDERS ACROSS CULTURES III. Sociocultural Diversity in the US.

United States, by its very nature, by its very development, is the essence of diversity. The Paradox of American Mainsteam  It is diverse in its geography, population, institutions, technology, its social, cultural, and intellectual modes.  What keeps our society together is tolerance for cultural, religious, social, political, and even linguistic differences.  In this new century, we need attitudes and behaviors that recognize and promote interdependence and/


TECHNOLOGY DRIVE HISTORY ? COPYRIGHT F. GADEK 01/04/2010 1 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY { “STS” } WITH RESPECT TO THE BOOK - “ DOES TECHNOLOGY DRIVE HISTORY.

DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES, WE MAY GAIN A BETTER APPRECIATION OF “ STS “ IN GENERAL SO WE CAN UNDERSTAND IT BETTER & MANAGE IT BETTER IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES, FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL TECHNOLOGY DRIVE HISTORY ? COPYRIGHT F. GADEK 01/04/2010 35 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY/ “STS” IS ALL ABOUT !!! TECHNOLOGY DRIVE HISTORY ? COPYRIGHT F. GADEK 01/04/2010 44 SOCIETY SCIENCETECHNOLOGY ALL INTERCONNECTED IN MANY DIVERSE / COMPLEX WAYS TECHNOLOGY DRIVE HISTORY ? COPYRIGHT F. GADEK 01/04/2010 45 SOME MULTIPLE & DEBATEABLE/


Chapter 3 Understanding and Valuing Differences. A Rich Stew The modern workplace is much more than a melting pot in which contents are transformed into.

to deal with others becomes critical as we advance in organizations. EQ is critical for working in groups. EQ is needed to effectively manage diversity. EQ helps us adapt to new situations. Key Emotional Intelligence Abilities Self-Awareness -- Recognizing an emotion as it engulfs us; Emotion Management -- Controlling reactions to emotion-laden events so that our response fits the situation; Self-Motivation -- Directing emotions/


Thank you for your investment in the university, in our country, and in me 1 Professor john a. powell Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society,

fairness, inclusion, and equity 9 Social Cleavages in Our Society 10 Putnam’s Vision of Diversity To develop “bridging social capital” networks” that are both “outward looking and accompany people across diverse social cleavages” Source: Putnam, Robert D., 2000, Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY. 11 Our Vision of Diversity Diversity + Equity Diversity + Inclusion Diversity Where Social Cleavages Disappear 12 13 Implicit/


© The Scout Association Cambridgeshire Module 7 Page: 1 of 41 Module 07 Valuing Diversity.

parts of society. No young person should receive less favourable treatment nor suffer disadvantage because of any of the six areas stated in the Equal Opportunities Policy. © The Scout Association Cambridgeshire Module 7 Page: 14 of 41 Valuing diversity : Session 2 - Individuals For Adults: The Scout Association’s values, which underpin and inspire our work with young people, are embodied within the Purpose of/


Chapter 3 Culture Charles Schwab & Co. In 1990, Charles Schwab & Co. began looking for ways to expand. They decided one way to increase profits would.

society. This also includes technology- knowledge that people use to make a way of life in their surroundings. CULTURAL DIVERSITY What does it mean to you? Explain… In 1970, sociologist Robin Williams identified ten values that he considered central to our /stresses the link between culture and inequality. Asks why certain values dominate society in the first place. Example: Social-conflict analysis ties our competitive values to our society’s capitalist economy, which serves the interests of the nation’s /


Multiculturalism In Western Europe And North America Institute Of Western European Studies, FSV UK Spring Lecturer: Antonin Mikeš MM202.

enhance the multicultural heritage of Canadians….. Different theories: Gov. Policy Government policy (Canada, Australia)‏ Australia– (normative policies) Multicultural Australia: United in Diversity (Gov slogan 2003)‏ Responsibilities of all All Australians have a civic duty to support …our freedom and equality and enable diversity in our society to flourish. Respect for each person Fairness for each person All Australians are entitled to equality of treatment and opportunity. Benefits/


Social thought and the arts of government Introduction: What is social thought? 1. Society: Michel Foucault and “social thought”  Epistemological space.

Adam Ferguson’s concept of civil society  Historical-natural constant  Spontaneous synthesis not voluntary union  Permanent matrix of political power  Motor of history Part Two: the social  “Clearly it is not a question of the adjective that qualifies the set of phenomena which sociology deals with: the social refers to a particular sector in which quite diverse problems and special cases can be/


Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Diversity in the United States: Questions and Concepts Healey.

4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Diversity in the United States: Questions and Concepts Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Chapter One Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014 SAGE Publications, Inc. Racial and Ethnic Groups 1980-2050 Healey. Diversity and Society: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 4e © 2014/


Federalism, Decentralisation and Conflict Management in Multicultural Societies Public Conference from Thomas Fleiner Budapest – January 2008.

Nation-State facing Multiculturality Nation - State Ignoring Culture Denying Culture Integrating in- to one cultu- re of identity Conflict with ethnic minorities / and local identity Reality Modern State Glocalisation What is good for us and for our communities? To get legi- timacy from diversi- ties by Promoting: shared-rule /societies facing diversities How can civil societi(es) hold together when they face pluralism of languages How can civil societ(ies) hold to- gether when they face religious diversities/


Re-imagine500 vREI.500.0204.2005. South Korea just became … in 2004 … earth’s #1 ship builder, edging out Japan. Wow! Congrats! But China (where else!)

worked in factories and now we live in an information-based society whose icon is the computer. We stand facing the fifth kind of society: the Dream Society. … Future products will have to appeal to our hearts, not to our heads./individual & group contributions equally; readily accept ambiguity; honor intuition as well as pure “rationality”; inherently flexible; appreciate cultural diversity. Source: Judy B. Rosener, America’s Competitive Secret: Women Managers “TAKE THIS QUICK QUIZ: Who manages more things/


Evaluate the postmodernist contribution to our understanding of society today www.educationforum.co.uk.

our understanding of society today www.educationforum.co.uk What is Modernism The modern period is characterised as western society since the industrial revolution. Modernity brought with it urbanisation, class stratification, ideology, growth of the nation state and bureaucracy. It also saw the birth of sociology as an academic discipline with rational structural theories to explain how society/ and its influence is seen to be in ‘terminal decline’ Society is far more diverse than it was 50 years ago – /


Chapter 3 Culture. Chapter Outline  Culture and Society in a Changing World  Components of Culture  Technology, Cultural Change, and Diversity

acceptable.  Proscriptive norms state what behavior is inappropriate or unacceptable. Social norms  The "customary rules of behavior that coordinate our interactions with others…May be explicit or implicit”  Established and approved ways of doing things, of dress, of speech and /.1%18.3%38.1% Jewish4.6%1.1%1.6%3.1% Cultural Diversity of U.S. Society: Income Cultural Diversity of U.S. Society:Race/Ethnicity Question  In which of these groups did your total family income, from all sources, fall last year/


AN INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONAL LOOK AT DIVERSITY AND ISSUES AROUND RACE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT The Diversity Climate at UVM.

 Beliefs and actions of individuals and groups The System of Racism …is institutionalized and impacts all aspects of our society including higher education and UVM. Work to improve the climate for diversity takes on the force of racism in our culture. What is the climate for racial diversity here at UVM? What do we have at this moment? Current Student Demographics  Student Population: 11,870 1/


Illinois CPA Society Corporate Logo. The world is full of logos that have evolved over time…

in their professional growth and development.  Enhance the quality of performance of CPAs.  Represent the professional views of members.  Promote public awareness of the value and diversity /of CPAs.  Attract quality individuals to the CPA profession. The new logo conveys these key components from our Mission Statement. valueinformation success/ apart from other state CPA societies  Easily used at multiple sizes through a wide range of mediums, especially/


Culture and Culture Learning Process Chapter Three (c) 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Cushner/McClelland/Safford, Human Diversity.

are the same in all societies, the content in those sources may be different  Moreover, each community varies considerably in the number and character of its socializing agents con’t. (c) 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Cushner/McClelland/Safford, Human Diversity in Education, 5/e  Given this complexity, it is wise to consider the possible cultural elements in our own lives and in the lives/


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