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Cultural diversity images

Page history last edited by Carouzou 11 years, 6 months ago

 

Celebrating diviersity has been a mainstay in society for the past decade--but it is not the end of the evolution! This image was created in microsoft wordart. 

 

 

 

Image and video hosting by TinyPic              A Pillar of Cultural Diversity

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An Iceberg Concept of Culture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Heaven is where the police are English, the cooks are French, the mechanics are German, the lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss.

Hell is where the police are German, the cooks are English, the mechanics are French, the lovers are Swiss, and everything is organized by the Italians.” 

 

 

 

cultural stereotypes 

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International Mother Language Day - 21 February

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Comments (1)

Carouzou said

at 2:17 pm on Dec 3, 2009

Culture is often compared to an iceberg. Just as an iceberg has a visible section above the water, and a larger, invisible section below the water, so culture has some aspects that are observable and others that cannot be directly observed. Also like an iceberg, that part of culture that is visible (observable behavior) is only a small part of a much bigger whole.
The iceberg comparison illustrates an important point. It shows that people behave the way they do for a reason. Whatever you may think of that reason, you can go beyond simply reacting to that behavior and figure out how to work with it. Knowing where people's behavior is coming from doesn't mean that you have to like or accept it, but it should mean that you're no longer surprised by it-and that is a considerable step toward successful interaction.

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