Cultural Dimension: display of emotion

Cultural Dimension: display of emotion

If there is conflict at work, how do you demonstrate your emotions? when you’re angry, thrilled or otherwise feel strongly about an issue, do you heat up or do you cool down? This demonstrative spectrum runs from hot to cold. From very loud to very soft. From very verbal to very restrained. Some cultures favor […]

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Fight against illicit trafficking of Cultural Property in Lebanon

Fight against illicit trafficking of Cultural Property in Lebanon

Our antiquities define our identity One we pride ourselves on Sadly these antiquities are facing great dangers They’re being unearthed stolen looted smuggled and trafficked Antiquities and their values cannot be priced Our heritage is not for sale

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Community Ecology: Feel the Love – Crash Course Ecology #4

Community Ecology: Feel the Love – Crash Course Ecology #4

I wouldn’t be much of a teacher if I didn’t tell you that life is tough and that everyone’s looking out for themselves in this world. That’s just the way it is, people. You know how I always say that biology is ultimately about sex and not dying? Well both of those things are more […]

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Conflict in Literature

Conflict in Literature

Conflict in literature is what makes a story interesting. Sure, you have a character, a setting, and a plot that play into the quality of a story, but you don’t have a story at all if you don’t have conflict. In literature, conflict is any struggle between opposing forces. Most often, this happens when the […]

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Nissan Workers In Mississippi Say No To Union (HBO)

— On Friday, an attempt by the United Auto Workers union to organize a Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi collapsed. — Y’know, Nissan has fought an intense fight, and we fell short. — That may not sound like a surprise. The South is the home of the right-to-work movement, where cheap labor, anti-union laws, and […]

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Managing Conflict in a Union Environment

[silence] Brittney Manchester: …of employee and labor relations roundtables. I am Brittney Manchester, a Human Resources Specialist within Partnership and Labor Relations Office, which is a component of Employee Services, here at the US Office of Personnel Management. This office provides guidance and policy in the areas of employee and labor relations. Today’s roundtable will […]

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Is war with China inevitable? | David Kang

Is war with China inevitable? | David Kang

One of the most interesting patterns in East Asian history—which is quite different from the European pattern—is that when China is strong and big there’s a lot less fighting. And when China falls apart then there’s some vicious fighting as everybody jockeys for position. So whether we go back to the transition of the Ming […]

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Is Pop Culture Ruling Your Life?

Is Pop Culture Ruling Your Life?

Now, we want to hear your obsessions. Bernadette, what’s your obsession? I am obsessed with pop culture. I like everything that’s going on now. I like to know what’s going on with it. Food, music. I love to follow Ariana Grande, Kim Kardashian, like, you know, I love all of them, the Kardashians. Well, can […]

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