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Jean Paul Sarraz

AbstractThe first part of this paper presents a historical outline of how racial and cultural alterity (particularly indigeneity) has been imagined and represented by elites in Colombia since the nineteenth century. The evolution of these ideas takes us ... ver más


           

Mauro Luis Vieira, Gabriela Dal Forno Martins, Eulina da Rocha Lordelo

This study aimed to compare sociodemographic characteristics, psychosocial and maternal beliefs in families of two distinct contexts in Brazil, based on the prototypical cultural models of independence and interdependence. Overall, 112 mothers living in ... ver más


           

Fábio de Oliveira Freitas, Sandra Beatriz Barbosa de Cerqueira Zarur

This work presents for the first time a cultural tradition, which has a strong impact on the management of alimentary diversity by Indians from the Xingu Indigenous Park. Knowing as “Kukurro house”, or house of the spirit of the caterpillar/larva, this t... ver más


           

Harriet Purkis

The ‘museum as contact zone’ (Clifford 1997: 192) has been a concept that has theoretically framed the inclusion of different cultures in museums. The contact zone concept has been revisited, for example by Boast 2011. Further, the idea of the ‘dialogic ... ver más


           

Hanne Haaland, Hege Wallevik

This paper is based on the experiences of teaching gender and diversity applying a team based approach. The course ‘gender, culture and everyday life’ is taught as part of an online MA programme on Development Management to a group of internati... ver más


           

Jean Paul Sarraz

AbstractThe first part of this paper presents a historical outline of how racial and cultural alterity (particularly indigeneity) has been imagined and represented by elites in Colombia since the nineteenth century. The evolution of these ideas takes us ... ver más


           

Christian Grililo La Torre, Katerine Francesca Montalto

All European societies are ethnically and culturally plural. Historically, the most significant source of cultural (not necessarily synonymous with ethnic) diversity in European nation-states has been regional, often a result of conjoining economically, ... ver más


           

Ceren Karadeniz, Bekir Onur

Cultural diversity is adopted as an understanding of the synergy including acceptance and representation of the presence from different cultures, the local communities, minorities, ethnic identities, religious or social commitment in the communities, the... ver más


           

Gillian Coote Martin

Cultural diversity in the workplace has grown as a trend over the passage of time with the increase of globalization in the world. One positive effect is that employees belonging to different cultures usually have different ways of thinking and can thus ... ver más


           

Randall L. Robbins, Thomas J. Matthews

The issue of diversity is certainly not a new concept. This topic has been the focus of many corporate retreats and board room discussions. However, one of the most reputable and esteemed professions is falling short of the bar in maintaining a diverse p... ver más


           
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