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    Southern Company Culture

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    Current Organizational Culture Southern Company’s culture revolves around four main tenets: Unquestionable Trust, Safety First, Superior Performance, and Total Commitment (Our Culture). The first tenet, Southern Company outlines that qualities such as honesty, respect, and integrity; in addition to ethical behavior, is the driving force of company behavior. The next two tenets, Safety First and Superior Performance, work hand in hand. Southern Company prides itself on providing quality work in a

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    In the seventeenth century, the Southern Ndebele culture was originated from the Nguni culture. During the seventeenth century, evolving of different culture continuously even till society today. For Ndebele’s, after their king Msi’s death, the Ndebele people has split to two branches, Northern and Southern Ndebele, thus the two factions has been led to the people to a different life of living. Northern disappear completely, however the Southern Ndebele has integrating with the trend of globalisation

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    topic of discussion is culture, namely the significance of culture and its implications to students today. Culture acts as a pair of goggles and it defines, not only what we see, but the way that we interpret what we see. When working with students, it is important to practice tolerance, appreciation, and acceptance for individual cultural differences. Furthermore, it is important to recognize that some students may have only experienced exposure to their own family’s culture and may be a little

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    While debating the food cultures I wanted to compare for this project, I reflected on my childhood and the various types of food and how they were prepared. The personal food culture that I selected is southern food, also known as “Soul Food” in the South. I chose this specific culture of food because I can make a connection to it. I grew up in a small town in Mississippi and most Sundays, my family would drive to my grandmother’s house. Our meals consisted of foods such as like fried chicken, country

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    Newfoundland and Labrador, extending from there for almost 2,000 miles (3,200 km) to central Alabama in the United States. Thus the region also forms the eastern counterpart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Southern Appalachia alone includes three hundred counties covering most of West Virginia and the Southern Highlands or Upland South. The mountains form a natural barrier between the eastern Coastal Plain and the vast Interior Lowlands of North America. As a result, they have “played a vital role in the

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    American Indian music has, throughout the history of the native people, been a major part in the life of a tribe’s cultural expression. The Southern Plains American Indians have learned, from their ancestors/elders, the delicate rhythmic communication as youth, and have carried the expression throughout their lives. The songs of the Southern Plains American Indians represent their artistic language as a diminishing minority group. Through song, American Indians communicate their beliefs and values

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    The Development of Southeastern American Culture “Where” and “why” the two questions that are essential to the topic of geographic studies and analysis. The mission of this paper is to use those same principles and ask, “Where did the distinct dialect, music, food, and religion emerge to form the vernacular region known throughout the United States as ‘The South’?” As well as, why the culture developed the way it did. Since 122 million Americans call the Southeastern portion of the United States

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    Southern United States Culture The Southern United States is a very interesting place, full of culture and history, such as the Civil War battlefields or the antique shops that you see along the side of the road as you drive through this beautiful part of the United States. It has many different characteristics and many different special things that make it unique. Globalization and Identity, Ethnicity, Religion, The Social Construction of Race, Gender Roles, Class, Places and Spaces (Regional

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    In the 1930’s there was a lot of racial tensions and expectations for southern culture. Things are different now than they were back then like the culture, but especially gender roles in the south. Southern culture in the 1930’s had very specific customs on everyday life. The article “Life In The Plantation South”. Said that most southerners didn't experience much weath. The fortunate few were call the tidewater aristocrats. They were the fortunate few who lived in stately plantation

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    The southern part of America is a great place that you will love to live and visit. The weather down here feels so good and it is great. You will like the foods and many more places. I’m going to talk about three main points: It is the Southern Culture, Race Relations, and Economy. Southerners have a very well developed culture consisting of food, music, art, literature, dance and even manner and mores that differ from the rest of America. You may be surprised to discover just how much of what is

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