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Cultural Patterns and Beliefs Vaibhavi Kulkarni September 26, 2011
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Cultural Patterns People all over the world face common problems External Adaptation and Internal Integration Preferred solutions for each problem within various cultures These preferred solutions shape culture’s basic assumptions and become cultural patterns
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Five Orientations What is the human orientation to activity? What is the relationship of humans to each other? What is the nature of human beings? What is the relationship of human beings to the natural world? What is the orientation of human beings to time?
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Overview of Patterns: Activity Orientation Activity Orientation How the people of a culture view human actions and expression of self through activities. How a person measures success is related to activity orientation Being-Becoming-Doing continuum Being: Inaction and acceptance of status quo
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Overview of Patterns: Social Orientation
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course COMMUNICAT 192:346 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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