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    Description: Akiko is a thirty-three-year-old Japanese female, who works in a Japanese mega bank in New York. I watched her yelling loudly at her American colleague, Bernard, twenty-eight-year-old male. She complained him that he had left his assignments undone frequently. As a result, she received complaints from other departments/branches, which ended up that she must complete his works in addition to her works. As her tolerance was running out, her voice was getting louder as if she was humiliating

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    Beginning at birth (some say earlier) humans begin the process of enculturation or immersing themselves into the culture in which they live. Through enculturation, we learn acceptable behaviors and morals. While the initial teachings come first from our parents and close family members, as we age and become active in our communities we are able to discern even more from teachers, religious leaders, and even our peers. In the film “The Lottery” we are shown just how much the villagers have been desensitized

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    To’ – Oto’ as a form of Enculturation Madurese Culture Madura is an island that located in the northeast of East Java. Madura island is composed of four districts, namely: Bangkalan, Sampang, Pamekasan, and Sumenep. Besides that, a lot of Netherlanders who do research on this Island. Then the Netherlanders introduce a colonial stereotype of Madurese to the others, such as strong, mighty, unheavy-arm, crude, unmannerly and so on. On the contrary, Madurese have unique cultural diversity, and stereotypical

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    personalized attention from staff, can amply supply their students’ needs for structure, social stability, and community social support. For this ethnographic research project, I intended to investigate the influences of a smaller school on the enculturation of children. My primary field site was St. Michael, located in Waialua on the island of O’ahu, where I observed and conducted interviews. According to Norman and Spohrer (1996), there is a prominent presence of the learner-centered classroom culture

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    1. How would you explain the difference between enculturation and acculturation? 2. Who are the programs for children that you are familiar with designed for? Which children and families find cultural compatibility with the program? Which children and families experience a cultural discrepancy? 3. How might you ensure that child rearing/raising practices could be culturally consistent between home and a program for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, elementary school children, and younger adolescents

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    neuroscience, that reflects a growing realisation that the brain is not a wholly individual, biological and chemical product, but also one that incorporates elements of cultural and social formation. This social shaping and enculturation is explored in the next section of this paper.The effect of culture and society on the mind has long been widely accepted and has been studied by anthropologists and social scientists. It is, however, a different prospect entirely to posit that culture and society

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    Enculturation is when people learn about their own culture either passively or directly. We are constantly learning about our culture even when we do not realize it. We learn about our culture through different medias, such as our parents, relatives, and peers. My earliest enculturation experience is when I was in kindergarten. I learned about culturally accepted behaviors for both genders and experienced double standard between male and female. My family and my peers were the most influential in

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    what their norms or habits are. That being said, the Deaf population is a part of a unique culture that values visual language, passed down traditions and community. Many Deaf individuals may be bi-cultural and have experienced acculturation or enculturation. Acculturation is the adaption of two or more cultures and adoption of bevioural patterns of the surrounding culture and social confluences (Howard, Nigel. 2014).

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    Situated Cognition is learning by experience through locations and interactions. In Social Cognition, there is a pertinent terminology that connects with the board game. The term is enculturation. Enculturation is the process of behaviors instilled from the surrounding group. The reason why the board game connects to enculturation is that the majority of the players that play Betrayal at House on the Hill are new. To adapt to the game, there has to be a player who teaches you the game. The player that taught

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    The values of Native American culture, including the importance of family, spirituality, and environment, have been influenced by European American enculturation in both positive and negative ways over the course of history. For instance, one of the benefits of enculturation within American Indian populations is that modern tribes are comprised of small groups and have a unique or distinctive culture that has been passed down for generations. The values of American Indian culture have gone untouched

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