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The Vietnamese culture

However, following Watson and Head, 2007, and Singh 1971, in practice, it is the market price of the share that determines the PE ratio. This is only the guide to company performance on the paper, since it uses the historical numbers and it ignores both cash flow and risks. TheRead More

The organisational culture

Organization Culture is a set of shared values often taken for granted and communicated through stories or other means to help people understand what is acceptable and what is not (Griffin & Morehead 2006). Often the culture reflects the founder’s philosophy as with Microsoft where Bill Gates had a visionRead More

Chinese culture

A significant aspect of China is its long cultural and national history. The Chinese people, for longer than any other group on earth, have shared a common culture, which developed through a 5,000-year evolution. Certain events have significantly influenced this development. Chinese political structures assumed a pattern under the HanRead More

How Globalization Destroy Culture?

Mass media (internet, movie, TV, advertising of multinational) causes culture to spread. The undeniable usefulness of mass media in almost instantly providing information about events around the world is largely taken for granted. But in our dependence on the media we have allowed them to mould our notion and opinionsRead More

Organisational Culture

Although theory is improving with the development of human science, the newly developed theories still have some problems in solving the practice troubles. In the past, because of the undeveloped system in human science, we cannot find as many methods as now to recruit and select in HRM. Nevertheless, atRead More

Post-Enlightenment Culture

‘Religion says: The kingdom of God is within you; and culture, in like manner, places human perfection in an internal condition, in the growth and predominance of our humanity proper, as distinguished from our animality.’ (Matthew Arnold, Culture and Anarchy) To what, in your opinion, does Matthew Arnold give primacy: ‘culture’ orRead More

Enduring Artifacts of Culture

Throughout the history of human civilization, myths have been an integral part of human society. Myths have no cultural boundaries as they can be found in all cultural societies. Myths are stories used to give meaning to a phenomenon or symbolic manner to the natural cycles that surround humankind. MythsRead More

Popular culture

Summarise and critically evaluate the view of ‘popular culture’ taken by Adorno and Fiske. In the 70s and 80s, there was a mass development of Cultural Imperialism around the World as a flow of cultural products emerged from Western, developed countries. This included programmes, films and adverts that focused mainlyRead More

Suicide and Chinese Culture

Maxine Hong Kingston’s essay “No Name Woman,” is a gender focused story describing some of the behavior and beliefs of the Chinese culture. It entails Kingston’s mother revealing to her her unmentionable aunt. Her mother tells her of the tragic story of her aunt’s suicide. She explains that her auntRead More

An Assessment of Marine Corps Culture

On November 10, 1775, at the Tunn Tavern in Philadelphia, PA, one of the most respected and admired, and not to mention feared organizations was created by the order of the Continental Congress. Although the Marines original duties were to serve aboard Navy ships in order to both protect theRead More