arab world - Egocentrism vs Cultural Relativism(Pop Culture in the Arab World The TEDGlobal University released a topic about Pop Culture in Arab

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Egocentrism vs. Cultural Relativism(Pop Culture in the Arab World)The TEDGlobal University released a topic about Pop Culture in Arab World that dealsbetween Egocentrism and Cultural Relativism. Egocentrism the quality or state of beingegocentric or excessive interest in oneself and concern for one's own welfare or advantage at theexpense of or in disregard of others while the Cultural Relativism is the idea that a person'sbeliefs, values, and practices should be understood based on that person's own culture, ratherthan be judged against the criteria of another.Shereen El Feki presented the Pop Culture in Arab World. She starts by demonstrating anArab Barbie named Fula. Religion plays a major role in Arab culture Fula is pictured herecompletely covered, except for her face. In Arab TV, there is a channel for the youth called4SHBAB, is considered the MTV in Arab culture. 4SHBAB is positive, gentle, and containselements of religion. Arab culture even has their own superheroes called The 99, first Islamicsuperheroes that contain the 99 Attributes of Allah. One character Noora, sees the good and badin people. Another character called Jami has the ability to create fantastic inventions. The ArabCulture are totally influenced by Western Culture through making a channel and comics thatspread about Arab’s beliefs. The output of works is egocentrism that raising the perspectives and

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