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    Western Culture In Egypt

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    details of their culture. The same can be said for Western civilization—people who aren’t educated in this specific topic will most often assume that it involves cowboys and ranch-style living. Western civilization is also known as European civilization; and since Egypt borders the Mediterranean, it can be classified as part of Europe. Therefore, it can lead to mistaken preconceptions about the history of Egypt. In order to understand why Egyptian history isn’t associated with western culture, one must

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    ABSTRACT The Philippines is one of the most westernized countries in Asia, and western influence was easily accepted and adopted by Filipinos. This can be seen in the Philippine culture until today. Westernization can have different advantages and disadvantages in terms of food, music and education in the Philippines. One of the disadvantages includes the decrease of national sentiment in each Filipino, especially the teens today, while one of the advantages is that teens still follow the Filipinos'

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    Ancient Greece to Western Society Western society is a result of many different artistic, philosophic, literary and legal themes and traditions that originated in various parts of the world throughout various times in history. The study of these influences and their origins is important to get a better understanding of our culture and to establish a world-view. One of the largest influencers was the Ancient Greek civilization that is considered to be the cultural foundation of Western civilization.

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    contact between western and non-western cultures. Beginning in the fifteenth century and playing out until the nineteenth century, colonialism and neo-imperialism by means of the Euro-Atlantic economy’s authority, played a major part in the spread of western culture. For example, even after decolonizing and becoming their own countries with their own governance, many former-colonies adopted aspects of western politics, even if they firmly opposed other aspects of western culture. Twentieth-century

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    development of Western civilization is influenced by Greek culture because of Western knowledge, political systems, and procedures such as democracy and lawful equality originated there. The main reason is Greece is introduced as home of many “firsts” in the humanities, especially in Western civilization. Indeed, knowledge foundation of mathematics, medicine, astrology, or linguistics is nearly taken from the ancient Greece. For example, the Greek alphabet was the first alphabet in the Western sense of

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    generally acknowledged sources of Western science. In China, the book Zhou Yi is the source of Chinese science because it system contains a unity of philosophic, logical and mathematical thinking. These two systems form the core of the scientific models of the Western and Chinese cultural traditions. In political and ideological arenas, the Western is a contract model based on the individual, but the Chinese is an entirety one base on 'human administration.' In Western societies, the inner general tensile

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    What were the contributions to Western civilization from the ancient Greeks? The Greek civilization contributed greatly to the development of modern Western culture. Three of the most important contribution that are the foundations of our society are Language, Philosophy, and Government. The people of ancient Greece developed a sophisticated language with an extraordinarily rich vocabulary. It has existed for nearly 3,500 years, the longest of any language derived from early Indo-European.

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    Schaeffer Critique Purpose of Text and Intended Audience The purpose of the book is to discuss the decline of Western culture by analyzing history from his perspective from Rome to his present day (the 1970’s). Schaeffer (2005) presents the idea that to redeem society Christians must live as God desires and completely live by the Bible’s teachings of morals and values. The intended audience would be Christians, because the entire tone of the book comes from a Christian worldview. Although, non-believers

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    on the effects of western culture, particularly the modern ideals of ultra-thin bodies, on non-western women. The author, Jaita Talukdar, decided to spend some time in India in order to conduct research on the topic. During her stay, she discovered many different things about these Indian women, including what motivates them to want to lose weight, their opinion on the current standards of beauty in western culture, and how these ideals have become ingrained into their culture. Talukdar touched

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    Have you ever think about you as an eastern people are going to work in the western country? Do you think you will face a lot of problems not only the weather but also the culture shock? As we know that western culture and eastern culture is totally different. Not only the life style but also the working style. There are many different kinds of examples about the culture in the workplace. To know all the different culture between your own country and other country is important, so that we will not

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