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    Cultural Awareness and characteristics within the Afghanistan culture. There are five major characteristics that define a culture; they are learned, shared, symbols, integrated, and dynamic. Culture is learned. It is not biological; we do not inherit it. Much of learning culture is unconscious. We learn culture from families, peers, institutions, and media. The process of learning culture is known as enculturation. While all humans have basic biological needs such as food, sleep, and sex, the way

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    this Paper my goal is to analyze the culture of Afghanistan and provide cultural awareness of the region. But what is culture? Culture, as defined by Webster's Dictionary, is “the arts and manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively". However, is that really what defines a culture? Or is there more depth to the matter altogether? The characteristics of culture are learned, shared, symbols, integrated, and dynamic. Essentially, culture is learned; it is not something we

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    definition of culture is the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively. For centuries, Afghanistan has been a design of people with various cultures, religions and languages. Afghanistan’s ethnically and linguistically rich and mixed population reflects its location at the crossroads of Central, South and Southwest Asia. Communities with different religions, languages, and ethnic backgrounds have lived side by side for generations. Afghanistan still remains

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    Afghanistan has gone through centuries of turmoil, being controlled by different groups throughout its entire history. Starting with Indo-Europeans, to Persians, and Greek power with Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC. India then had an influence, and in the 7th century the Islamic empire came to power. The European Dark Ages was the time of the Mongol Khanates in Afghanistan, with most of Afghanistan in the Persian Ilkhanate, and the northeastern peninsula in the Chagatai Khanate. This is

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    The Taliban arose in Afghanistan at the beginning of 1994. They started to gain power after the Soviets had invaded Afghanistan in 1978 and left around the 1980’s. After the Soviet Union left Afghanistan the Taliban gained power resulting in a civil war. This rise of the Taliban was not a positive event in Afghanistan, it has caused problems that are still in occurrence today. Because of the Taliban the Afghan people are having to flee their country in order to be safe, or stay home and fight for

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    The Death of Friendship and Culture in The Kite Runner Cultural influences impact the creation of an individual’s identity. Countries rely on culture to join citizens together; however, the destruction of a culture results in the disfigurement of a country and the impairment of its citizens’ identities. In Khaled Hosseini’s novel, The Kite Runner, the author depicts a dark and calamitous period during the 20th century in Afghanistan. The novel’s main character, Amir, lives in a large house with his

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    show how women were treated during this time in Afghanistan? Actions that most people would see as illegal were typical in Rasheed’s house and caused Mariam and Laila to be afraid of him. He would rape them whenever he wanted, force them to wear coverings that shielded them from men, and brutally beat them. As Hosseini describes the lives of Mariam and Laila, it is clear for the readers to see how these characters reflect ordinary women in Afghanistan during this time and their

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    Kite Runner (TKR) including Loyalty, Culture, Gender and Ethnicity and Atonement. Hosseini has expressed these through the combination of style, structure, characterisation, themes and setting. Due to the context of The Kite Runner, culture is an important idea presented because it has major significance in Afghanistan life and the characters are shaped by it. The majority of the novel is set in Afghanistan which is a country with a very strong culture. The culture of this novel is caused by the setting

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    together because of the circumstances of their lives in Afghanistan. The two of them did not see eye to eye at first, but eventually were each other’s support systems and helped the other survive throughout many hardships. A Thousand Splendid Suns is a book that focuses very heavily on the culture and the people of Afghanistan, as well as how love can help people survive even the roughest obstacles that life has to offer. The culture of Afghanistan is very important all throughout this book, whether

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    personal history of what the people of Afghanistan had and have to endure in an ordinary everyday life; a country that is divided between political powers and religiously views and beliefs which instills poverty, and violence within the people and the terrorist that run their country. The story starts in the year 2001 in the month of December where the narrator, Amir, recalls occurrences that happened in 1975 when he was twelve years old and growing up in Afghanistan. Amir mentions that the events that

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