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Conceptual history

Conceptual history is a branch of historical and cultural research that deals with the historical semantics of terms. It sees the etymology and meaning of the terms, forming a crucial basis for contemporary cultural, conceptual and linguistic und ...

                                               

Configurational analysis

In cultural and social studies, configurations are patterns of behaviour, movement and thinking, the study observes when analysing different cultures and historical changes. Time configurations"” is mainly used comparative anthropological studies ...

                                               

Consumer capitalism

Consumer capitalism is a theoretical economic and social political condition in which consumer demand is manipulated in a deliberate and concerted manner on a very large scale through mass marketing in favor of sellers. This theory is controversi ...

                                               

Coordinated management of meaning

In social Sciences, coordinated management of meaning gives an insight on how to create, coordinate, and manage meanings in the communication process. Usually, this refers to "how individuals establish rules for creating and interpreting meaning ...

                                               

Coptology

The European interest in Coptology may have started in the 15th century. The term was used in 1976 when the first international Congress of Coptology was held in Cairo under the title "Colloquium on the future of Coptic studies" 11-17 Dec. This w ...

                                               

Critical code studies

Critical code studies is a new academic subfield associated with studying software, digital Humanities, cultural studies, computer science, the interface human-computer, and do-it-yourself maker culture. Its primary focus is on the cultural signi ...

                                               

Critical university studies

Critical studies is a new field of study of the role of higher education in modern society and its relationship to culture, politics, and labor. Arising mainly cultural studies, he occupies a critical position in relation to the changes in the Un ...

                                               

Cultural analytics

Cultural analysis is the study and analysis of large sets of cultural data of visual material – both digitized visual artifacts and contemporary visual and interactive media. Taking on the challenge of how best to explore large collections of ric ...

                                               

Cultural capital

In sociology, cultural capital includes the objects of social sphere of a person, which contribute to social mobility in a society divided into classes. Cultural capital and socio-economic relations practices, and includes all material and symbol ...

                                               

Cultural communication

Cultural relativism is the idea that culture is just different, not deficit and norms and practices, each culture must be evaluated only from the point of view of culture itself, not by the standards the arms of another culture. Its the idea that ...

                                               

Cultural contracts

Cultural contracts are the extent that cultural values are transmitted between groups. It extends the personality of the theory of negotiation and the theory of reduction of uncertainty by focusing defining the experience of negotiating from the ...

                                               

Cultural cringe

Cultural cringe, in cultural studies and social anthropology, is an internalized inferiority complex which causes people in a country to dismiss their own culture as inferior to the cultures of other countries. It is closely connected with the co ...

                                               

Cultural dissonance

Cultural dissonance is an unpleasant feeling of discord, disharmony, confusion, or conflict experienced by people in the midst of change in their cultural environment. These changes are often unexpected, unexplained or not understandable due to v ...

                                               

Cultural footprint

Cultural trail” was defined in June 2013, on the initiative of a group of experts from UNESCO, OECD, International organization of La Francophonie, French ministries, various companies, and civil society. They explained it as all external effects ...

                                               

Cultural materialism (cultural studies)

Cultural materialism in literary theory and cultural studies traces its origin to the work of left-wing literary critic Raymond Williams. Cultural materialism makes analysis based in critical theory in the tradition of the Frankfurt school.

                                               

Cultural policy research

Cultural research policy in the field of scientific study that grew out of cultural studies in the 1990-ies. A quarter century later, now both" cultural and political studies” and "cultural policy studies" every match is almost 100 million record ...

                                               

Cultural rights

The cultural rights movement has provoked attention to protect the rights of groups of people or their culture, by analogy with the way in which the movement of human rights drew attention to the needs of people around the world.

                                               

Cultural schema theory

The cultural schema theory believes that people use classification to understand people of other cultures, and to add new data to previously existing categories. Cultural schemas for social interaction are cognitive structures that contain knowle ...

                                               

Cultural studies theory of composition

The theory of cultural studies composition is a field of composition studies that examines both writing as an artifact of culture and the contexts of writing situations. It also examines what happens to writing when cultures come into contact wit ...

                                               

Cultural system

The cultural system is the interaction of different cultural elements. While a cultural system is very different from a social system, sometimes both systems together are referred to as the sociocultural system.

                                               

Cultural turn

The cultural turn is a movement in the early 1970s among scholars in the Humanities and social Sciences to make culture the focus of contemporary discussions, it also describes a shift in emphasis to the meaning and positivist epistemology. Cultu ...

                                               

Culture industry

The term culture industry was coined by the critical theorists Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, and was presented as critical vocabulary in the section "the culture industry: Enlightenment as mass deception", of the book dialectic of enlightenm ...

                                               

Culture of fear

Culture of fear is the concept that man can sow fear among the population for political purposes or in the workplace through emotional bias, it was popularized by the American sociologist Barry Glassner.

                                               

Cultureme

In cultureme is a part of cultural behavior apprehended in signs of symbolic value, which can be broken down into smaller units or combined into larger ones. In cultureme is "cultural information-bearing Assembly", the contents of which are a rec ...

                                               

Culturology

Cultural studies and science of culture is a branch of social Sciences concerned with scientific understanding, description, analysis and forecasting of crops in General. While there have been various cultural practices studied Ethnology and anth ...

                                               

Cybernetic Culture Research Unit

Cybernetic research culture existed at the University of Warwick between 1995 and 1997. It was created when Sadie plant has taken the role to Warwick, passing from Department of cultural studies at Birmingham University and finishing her graduate ...

                                               

Dahomey Amazons

The Dahomey Amazons or Mino, meaning "Our mothers" was the background of the female military regiment of the Kingdom of Dahomey in the present time in the Republic of Benin which lasted until the late 19th century. They were so named by Western o ...

                                               

Dominant culture

The dominant culture is a cultural practice that is dominant within a particular political, social or economic units in which different cultures are present. It can refer to language, religion / ritual, social value and / or social order. These f ...

                                               

Dominator culture

Dominator culture refers to a society where fear and power to the hard of understanding power and supremacy in a hierarchical structure. Futurist and writer of Rihanna Eisler first popularized the term in his book, the chalice and the blade. In t ...

                                               

El Mercado de Los Angeles

El Mercado de Los Angeles, sometimes referred to as El Mercadito, located in Boyle Heights on the corner of 1st street and Lorena. El Mercado is a three-storey indoor shopping Mall, which offers dining and restaurant, entertainment programme with ...

                                               

Emotions and culture

According to some theories, emotions are universal phenomena, though depends on the culture. Emotions are "internal phenomena that can, but not always, make yourself visible to the expression and behavior." While some emotions are universal and a ...

                                               

Enculturation

Inculturation is the process by which people learn the dynamics of their surrounding culture and acquire values and norms appropriate or necessary in that culture and worldview. As part of this process, factors which limit, direct or shape the in ...

                                               

Mikhail Epstein

Mikhail N. Epstein is a Russian-American literary critic and essayist, who is the Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of cultural theory and Russian literature at Emory University, Atlanta, USA. He moved there from Moscow, USSR, in 1990. He also worke ...

                                               

Ethnocinema

Ethnocinema, from movie-Ethnography Jean Ruche and ethno-fictions, this new practice of intercultural cinema and extended by Melbourne, Australia-writer and teacher of art, Ann Harris, and others. Originally derived from the discipline of anthrop ...

                                               

Face negotiation theory

Face-negotiation theory is a theory conceived by Stella ting-Toomey in 1985 to understand how people from different cultures to manage mutual understanding and disagreement. The theory of the supposed "face", or self-esteem when communicating wit ...

                                               

Fairground Park riot

Playground pool in St. Louis, Missouri, was one of the largest pools in the American Midwest with an area of 440 feet. The pool was able to hold from 10.000 to 12.000 swimmers at the same time. During this period much of the country suffers from ...

                                               

List of female action heroes and villains

The following is a list of female heroes and villains that appear in movies, television shows, comics, video games, and are "thrust into series of challenges that require physical feats, extended fights, extensive stunts and frantic chases." Eliz ...

                                               

Frankfurt School

The Frankfurt school is a school of social theory and critical philosophy associated with the Institute of social research at Goethe University Frankfurt. Founded in the Weimar Republic, during the European interwar period, the Frankfurt school, ...

                                               

Gandhigiri

Gandhigiri coined in India, which is used to Express the tenets of Gandhism in contemporary terms. The term became popular due to its usage in the 2006 Hindi film, Lage Raho Munna bhai.

                                               

Girl power

Girl power-a slogan, which encourages and celebrates womens empowerment, independence, confidence and strength. The invention of the slogans we attribute to the punk band "bikini kill", which published a magazine called Women in 1991.

                                               

Goseck (monastery)

Gazecki, the monastery is built on the Foundation of the castle and the vineyard Dechantenberg is located in the municipality Gazecki Saxony-Anhalt in Germany. It was proposed by Germany for inclusion in the world heritage List. In the world heri ...

                                               

GroSwilsdorf

GroSwilsdorf villages and plateaus of Rodel is located in Saxony-Anhalt in Central Germany. It was proposed by Germany for inclusion in the world heritage List. In the world heritage list nomination of the Cathedral of Naumburg and high medieval ...

                                               

Cultural heritage

Cultural heritage is the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations. Not all the heritage of past generations, "heritage", but heritage is a product of natural selection s ...

                                               

Heritage studies

Heritage studies looking at the relationship between people and tangible and intangible heritage through social research methods. The publication of the book David Lowenthal the past is a foreign country, in 1985, is credited with creating the fi ...

                                               

Rubey M. Hulen

                                               

Human interactions with insects

Human interaction with insects include a wide range of applications, whether it be practical, for example for food products, fabrics and dyes, or symbolic, as in art, music and literature, and negative interactions, including serious damage to cr ...

                                               

Cultural informatics

                                               

Integrative communication theory

The theory of integrative communication theory of cross-cultural adaptation proposed by young Yun Kim. The first widely published version of the theory of KIMS is in the last three chapters of the textbook authored by William Gudykunst with young ...

                                               

Interactive acculturation

The interactive model of acculturation seeks to integrate within a common theoretical framework the following components of immigrants and host community relations in multicultural: The acculturation orientations adopted by immigrant groups in th ...

                                               

Intercultural relations

Intercultural relations, sometimes called intercultural studies, is a relatively new formal field of social science studies. It is a practical, multi-field discipline designed to teach students to understand, communicate, and accomplish specific ...

                                               

Intercultural theatre

Intercultural theatre, also known as cross-cultural theatre may transcend time, while mixing and matching of cultures and subcultures. Mixing and matching is an inevitable process when creating internal links and presentations interculturalities. ...

                                               

Interdiscourse

Interdiscourse is the implicit or explicit relations of discourse and other discourses. Interdiscursivity is the aspect of discourse, which connects it with other discourses. Farlow Norman prefers the concept of "orders of discourse". Interdiscur ...

                                               

Interindividual differences in perception

Interindividual differences in the perception of the impact that differences in brain structure or factors such as culture, upbringing and environment have on the perception of the person. Interindividual variability is usually regarded as a nois ...

                                               

Jewish studies

Jewish studies is an academic discipline centered on the study of Jews and Judaism. Jewish studies is interdisciplinary and combines aspects of history, middle Eastern studies, Oriental studies, Oriental studies, religious studies, archeology, so ...

                                               

Sociology of Jewry

The sociology of Jewry involves the application of sociological theory and method to the study of the Jewish people and the Jewish religion. Sociologists are concerned with social models of Jewish groups and communities, American Jews, Israeli Je ...

                                               

Kaross

A kaross is a cloak made of sheepskin or the skins of other animals, with the hair left on. It is right to confine the coat of skin without sleeves and used to wear the Hottentots and Bushmen / San peoples of South Africa. These karosses became r ...

                                               

Kartvelian studies

Research Kartvelian is also referred to as Kartvelology or Georgian studies in the field of Humanities covering Kartvelian history, languages, religion and / or culture. In a narrower sense, the term usually refers to research activities conducte ...

                                               

Kleinjena

Kleinjena is located 4 kilometers North of Naumburg on a long spur at the foot of a mountain range finne above the village of Kleinjena in the heart of the Federal Republic of Germany, in Saxony-Anhalt. It was proposed by Germany for inclusion in ...

                                               

Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck's values orientation theory

Clachan Strodtbecks and values orientation theory suggests that all human societies must answer a limited number of universal problems, that the value solutions limited in number and universally known, however, that different cultures have differ ...

                                               

Kiarina Kordela

A. Kiarina Kordela Greek-American philosopher and critical theorist. She is Professor of German studies and founding Director of the "critical programs" Theory in Mcalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. From 2010 to 2017 she is also an honorary ...

                                               

Learning to Labour

Learning labour: how working class kids get working class jobs book 1977 by education, wrote a British sociologist and cultural theorist Paul Willis. In Columbia University press edition, titled "Morningside edition" was published in the United S ...

                                               

Lipstick feminism

Lipstick feminism is a variety of third wave feminism that seeks to embrace traditional concepts of femininity, including the sexual empowerment of women, alongside feminist ideas. Unlike earlier feminist campaigns that focus on womens basic righ ...

                                               

Madonna Studies

Madonna studies is the study of the work of American pop musician Madonna using an interdisciplinary approach incorporating cultural studies and media studies. A notable collection of essays entitled the Madonna connection was published in 1992. ...

                                               

Mainzed

mainzed is a joint initiative of six academic institutions on the development of digital methodologies in the Humanities and cultural Sciences in Mainz, Germany. It was founded in the academic context of the annual celebration of the Academy of S ...

                                               

Malinchism

Malinchism or malinchist is a form of attraction that a person develops from one culture to another culture, in this case of cultural cringe. "Malinchism" is a pejorative, expressing contempt for those who are attracted by foreign values, conside ...

                                               

Marxist Literary Group

The Marxist literary group is a branch of the Association of modern language focused on scientific debate about the contribution of Marxism and the Marxist tradition in the Humanities and related disciplines. She holds an annual summer Institute, ...

                                               

Material culture

Material culture is an aspect of social reality is based on objects and structures that surround people. It includes the use, consumption, creation and trade of items as well as behaviors, norms and rituals that the objects, create or participate ...

                                               

Farid Matuk

Farid matuk website-American poet and educator, was born in Peru, father and Syrian mother in Peru. He writes in English and Spanish, and Spanish translations appeared in Kadar Koli, a review of the translation, the mandorla, and Bombay gin. His ...

                                               

Media archaeology

Media archaeology or archeology is a field that attempts to understand new media through a thorough study of the past, and especially through the critical analysis of the dominant progressivist interpretations of popular commercial media such as ...

                                               

Memory work

Room for memory or travail de Memoire is that history is not memory. We try to present the past in the present through memory, history and archives. As Paul Ricoeur argued, memory is imperfect only. Historical evidence is always partial and poten ...

                                               

Migration studies

Migration research is the scientific study of population migration. Migration studies is an interdisciplinary field, which draws on anthropology, history, Economics, law, sociology, and postcolonial studies.

                                               

Mormon studies

Mormon studies is the interdisciplinary scientific study of the beliefs, customs, history and culture, known by the term Mormon and denominations belonging to the latter day Saint Movement whose members typically dont go to the term "Mormon." The ...

                                               

National memory

National memory is a form of collective memory is defined by shared experiences and culture. It is an integral part of national identity. It is a specific form of cultural memory that makes a significant contribution to the national solidarity of ...

                                               

Naumburg Cathedral and the High Medieval Cultural Landscape of the Rivers Saale and Unstrut

In Naumburg Cathedral and high medieval cultural landscape of the rivers Saale and Unstrut is located in the centre of the Federal Republic of Germany in Saxony-Anhalt. The Naumburg Cathedral and with was proposed by Germany for inclusion in the ...

                                               

Non-material culture

Culture includes both material culture and intangible culture. Thoughts or ideas that make up the culture is called intangible culture. In contrast to material culture non-material culture does not include any physical objects or artifacts. Examp ...

                                               

Organizational culture

Organizational culture includes the values and behavior that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of business. Organizational culture affects the way people interact, the context within which knowledge is created, the res ...

                                               

Milivoje Pavlovic

Milivoje Pavlovic is the award-winning Serbian writer and University Professor, as well as the literature, culture and media scientist.

                                               

Persecution of people with albinism

Persecution of people with albinism is based on the belief that certain body parts of albinistic people can transmit magical powers. Such superstition is present especially in some parts of the African Great lakes, it was adopted and used by heal ...

                                               

Persian studies

Persian studies is the study of the Persian language and literature in particular. Unlike Iranian studies, which is a broader, more interdisciplinary subject that is more focused on the history and culture of all Iranian peoples.

                                               

Physical cultural studies

Physical cultural studies covers variously oriented areas of scientific work that combined a commitment to the participation of the various dimensions or expressions of active bodies or physical culture. In this case physical culture is understoo ...

                                               

Popular culture studies

Popular cultural studies is the study of popular culture from a critical point of view of the theory of combining communication theory and cultural studies. The first institution to offer bachelors and masters in popular culture is Bowling green ...

                                               

Posthegemony

Posthegemony or post-hegemony is a period or a situation in which hegemony is no longer said to function as the organizing principle for national or national social order, or the relationships between and among States within world order. The conc ...

                                               

Postmaterialism

In sociology, to postmaterialism is the transformation of individual values from materialist, physical and economic to new individual values of autonomy and self-expression. The term was popularized by the political scientist Ronald Inglehart in ...

                                               

Cultural psychology

Cultural psychology is the study of how cultures reflect and shape the psychological processes of their members. The main principle of cultural psychology is that mind and culture are inseparable and mutually constitutive, meaning that people are ...

                                               

Racial integration

Racial integration, or simply integration, includes desegregation. In addition to desegregation, integration includes goals such as leveling barriers to Association, creating equal opportunity regardless of race, and the development of a culture ...

                                               

Rape culture

A rape culture is a sociological concept for the conditions in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender and sexuality. The behaviors commonly associated with rape culture include victim blaming, youre a slut, ...

                                               

Rape Culture (film)

A rape culture is a 1975 film by Cambridge documentary films, produced by Margaret Lazarus and Renner Wunderlich. It was updated in 1983. In January 1975, Judy Norsigan described, as the film shows "a rape culture", through the voices of men and ...

                                               

Rock's Backpages

Rocks Backpages is an online archive of music journalism, received from freelance contributions to the music and press from the 1950s to the present day. Article full text and search, and all reproduced with permission of the copyright holders. T ...

                                               

Schleberoda

Schleberoda is a village and a former municipality in the Burgenlandkreis district, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. From 1 July 2009, it is part of Freiburg. It was proposed by Germany for inclusion in the world heritage List. In the world heritage li ...

                                               

Secularization

In sociology, secularization is the transformation of society from close identification with religious values and institutions toward nonreligious values and secular institutions. The theory of secularization expresses the idea that the progress ...

                                               

Seikatsu

In the Japanese social Sciences, seikatsu similar sustenance conscious and submissive to the activity of ordinary people in shaping their lives. His agents seikatsusha, referring to ordinary people, in contrast to the more rarefied concepts of "c ...

                                               

Self-expression values

Self-expression values are part of the underlying value dimension in the modernization process. Expression is a group of settings, including social tolerance, life satisfaction, self-expression and the desire for freedom. Ronald Inglehart, Univer ...

                                               

Shield-maiden

Warrior was a warrior woman from Norse folklore and mythology. It has long been debated whether the shield-maidens of fictional or historical characters.

                                               

Social criticism

Social criticism is a form of scientific or journalistic criticism, focusing on sociological issues in modern society, particularly in relation to injustice and power relations in General. It often refers to a mode of criticism that locates the r ...

                                               

Social networking pedagogy

Social network pedagogy is a philosophy of education, described curriculum theorists Thomas Patrick Houston and Holly DeCatherine Jones as a form of student-centered participatory culture, where user experience is mutual, consisting of a number o ...

                                               

Soudavar Professor of Persian Studies

                                               

Subaltern (postcolonialism)

In the post-colonial studies and critical theory, the term subaltern refers to the colonial population, socially, politically, and geographically outside of the hierarchy of power of the colony and the Empire, the Metropolitan homeland. In the de ...

                                               

Syriac studies

Syriac studies is the study of the Syriac language and Syriac Christianity. Specialist in the field of research known as the Syrian Syriacist. In particular, the British, French and German scholars of the 18th and 19th centuries who were involved ...

                                               

Layla Taj

Layla Taj is the belly dance classic Egyptian artists raqs al-Sharqi style. It includes in its repertoire of dances dedicated to the communication aspects of Egyptian culture. Theis honorary title, "Dancing Queen", comes from the headlines.

                                               

Tartu–Moscow Semiotic School

Tartu–Moscow semiotic school is a scientific school in the field of semiotics, which was established in 1964 and led by Yuri Lotman. Among the other representatives of this school were Boris Uspensky, Vyacheslav Ivanov, Vladimir Toporov, Mikhail ...

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