Bulloch County Schools Cultural Diversity

Bulloch County Schools Cultural Diversity

My best friend is actually vegan, and so she doesn’t, like, eat meat and dairy, so that’s really cool to know. I like ketchup and bread put together! Some play cup stacks. Some play sports. I can do this! I don’t know, I think it’s just following… My friend, my friend she’s like very taller […]

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I’m a Mormon, Cultural Mesh, and Self-Invented Cook

I’m a Mormon, Cultural Mesh, and Self-Invented Cook

Look how beautiful that looks now. I have to be honest; I couldn’t cook when I was first married. My husband was my guinea pig, and he never complained. You definitely need … It’s important ’cause food is an integral part of my culture. That might be too much, but my philosophy is, don’t skimp […]

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Building Community with Victoria – Facebook Life

Building Community with Victoria – Facebook Life

I just didn’t believe that I would be able to be hired at a place like this, or they would want someone like me. I always felt like you needed some sort of specialized background, but it’s not the case. Working here inspires me to think bigger than myself, to impact my community, to be […]

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Community Ecology II: Predators – Crash Course Ecology #5

Community Ecology II: Predators – Crash Course Ecology #5

Of all the ways that species interact on this planet, maybe the one that fascinates us the most is predation, and why not? It’s hard not to be captivated by, say, an Alaska Brown Bear, one of North America’s apex predators, even though they get much of their nutrition from nuts and bugs and berries. […]

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On a Cultural Note: Mariachi strikes a chord with a diversity of students

On a Cultural Note: Mariachi strikes a chord with a diversity of students

[Diverse & Multidisciplinary Perspectives] When I heard that there was a Mariachi Band I was like “Yes I got to do that sign me up” There are different cultural groups on campus like Los Troncos but also within the group there is a wide variety of different kinds of people So you’ve got majors of […]

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Growing a community through immigration

Growing a community through immigration

The Provincial Nominee Program in Manitoba was started because employers couldn’t find the number of staff that they needed to keep their companies running, so that was a big deal for employers and that was something we needed to fix. Before the program started, our businesses weren’t able to expand. Some of them were considering […]

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7 Myths about Cultural Appropriation DEBUNKED! | Decoded | MTV News

7 Myths about Cultural Appropriation DEBUNKED! | Decoded | MTV News

– They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. But what happens when it’s not so flattering? (fast-paced electronic music) The more you learn about the world and the people in it, you quickly realize just how beautiful and diverse it is. So where’s the line between cultural exchange, appreciation, and appropriation? Why does […]

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Cultural Dimension: direct versus indirect communication style

Cultural Dimension: direct versus indirect communication style

Direct versus indirect communication Different cultures favorite different communication styles A direct communications style is one in which the burden of communication is on the speaker that person is expected to be clear Get to the point be specific A good direct speaker is one who ensures that the listeners understand what is being said […]

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Cultural Dimension: me or we

Cultural Dimension: me or we

Individualism or collectivism? Do you define yourself as an “I” or a “we”? In considering cultural dimensions or attributes individualism the “I” prefers independence and self-reliance As an individual you are expected to take care of yourself and your immediate family but you have no obligation to the larger community. Cultures which focus on individualism […]

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