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    realize how many differences we have with, not only people in the United States, but also the people living right in our communities. After sitting down and getting to interview a fellow classmate about their cultural experiences, it was very surprising to me how different someone’s upbringing can be from my own. Julia gave me an amazing interview, she and I have very similar upbringings, but we are very different in some of our cultural beliefs. Julia Kemp differs from my cultural beliefs in our look

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    all cultures are the same from person to person. In the book, The Miles Between, a group of teens, who attend a boarding school, have a different way of life than I do. Even though there are bounteous differences between our cultures, there are still some similarities peeping through all the differences. One of the utmost important parts of culture, I believe, is who influenced you to grow your culture, and who influenced you to act the way you act. Therefore, family is an immense part of controlling

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    not all cultures are the same from person to person. In the book, The Miles Between, a group of teens, who attend a boarding school, have a different way of life than I do. Even though there is many differences between our cultures, there are still some similarities peeping through all the differences. One of the most important parts of culture, I believe, is who influenced you to grow your culture, and who influenced you to act the way you act. Therefore, family is a big part in controlling your

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    female. Those participants were drawn from various ethnicities that would include Asian, Black American, White Caucasian, and American Indian. According to Brunner (2005), he confirmed that “subjects of any studies that would relate to cultural differences and cultural diversity would include those people who belonged to their ethnic origins” (p. 28). Consequently, those participants were equally drawn from different countries in the world to participate in the study (p. 28). A majority of the respondents

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    gender, ethnicity, class, religion, race, and nationality. This intercultural relationship can get in school and work place. We can meet variant differences with them. But for feel comfortable with the people that differ from us, we need lot of time for socialization. For example, Susie was dating with a guy. Susie had a middle-class Mexican cultural background that was very family-oriented. Her parents always care about decision in life, such as, school and boyfriend. However, Susie's boyfriend

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    The Theory of Cultural Differences The theory of cultural differences revolves around 7 concepts, Individual and Collective Orientation, High- and Low-Context Cultures, Power distance, Masculine and Feminine Cultures, High-Ambiguity-Tolerant and Low-Ambiguity-Tolerant Cultures, Long- and Short-Term Orientation, and Indulgence and restraints. Individual Cultures Revolves around the Belief that one must watch out for themselves as Individual cultures have the High values of self, such as getting a

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    the minute and significant differences between each distinct group of girls, it is easy to group them together, for the sake of simplicity. Indeed, many polling organization underestimate the differences between different sects of latina girls and often come up confused on why their predictions were wrong. However, with differences come similarities. Each group of girls belong to the same ethnic group, more or less. This means, that despite their territorial differences, similarities can be found

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    Cultural Ethical Relativism is a theory that is used to explain differences among cultures, and thus their moral codes. According to cultural relativists, different cultures have different moral codes, and there is no objective truth in ethics. They believe there is no independent standard that can be used to judge one’s custom as better than another’s. In his article entitled “The Challenge of Cultural Relativism,” James Rachels offers his argument against the theory of Cultural Relativism by proving

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    and south, not to believe in stereotypes, and made me adaptable. I can’t even begin to explain the massive cultural differences between modern-day north and south. Most people assume only climate and slang are the major difference in the two, however they could not be more wrong. Especially between Toronto and Wichita Falls, Texas. It may sound obvious but there are geographical differences. For one, in the north we have more clear and fast rivers, and we almost always have a bay. While in the south

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    Running Head: Cultural Differences in India Cultural Differences in India Cultural Differences in India India is a unique country. Home to close to a billion people, it boasts a rich cultural history spanning over 4 millennia. India's vast geographical coverage features all kinds of different terrain; from the cold, magnificent peaks and valleys of Kashmir to the hot, barren lands of Jacobabad. With such terrain comes a culture so vast that it is almost impossible to define. India possesses an

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