In terms of Marxist - Leninist Philosophy, interpret and clarify theoretical, practical issues, and propose solutions to promote traditional cultural values in the cultural life of the grassroots unit of the Lao people’s Army today.
Research objectives: Base on clarifying some theoretical issues, practical construction of the cultural lifestyle of students in officer training schools of Vietnam People’s Army, which proposed requirements and some basic solutions built entrance cultural life of students in these schools now. Proposing requirements and some basic solutions in building cultural lifestyle of students in the officer training school of VPA now.
The number one predictor of your success in today’s borderless
world is not your IQ, not your resume, and not even your expertise.
It’s your CQ, a powerful capability that is proven to enhance
your effectiveness working in culturally diverse situations. And
CQ is something anyone can develop and learn. Research conducted
in more than thirty countries over the last decade has
shown that people with high CQ are better able to adjust and
adapt to the unpredictable, complex situations of life and work in
today’s globalized world.1...
Landscapes of a New Cultural Economy of Space is the fifth volume of the series.
Focusing on the transformations and changes in human life that influence landscape
development, the book presents ‘landscape’ as the interface of human-environment
interrelationships where the different processes of change are perceived and
expressed. Theano Terkenli and Anne-Marie d’Hauteserre use this approach as a way
to introduce a collection of contemporary discussions in landscape research and
geography which look specifically at the cultural transformation and representation of
Cultural diversity is one of the most important topics in the world today. Here
in the United States, we live, work, and play with an increasing number of
people from all cultures, countries, and walks of life. New immigrants alone
make up 10% of the total U.S. population, and that does not include all of the
cultural diversity that has existed in this country for decades. In many other
countries as well—in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Oceania—people of different
countries and cultures come together more today than ever before.
An organization’s culture matters a lot. That’s what John Kotter
and I concluded from a three-year study of the relationship between
corporate culture and performance in the early 1990s. CEOs generally
agree, although I’m left wondering whether some of them really
believe it or whether it’s something they’ve been conditioned to say
when reminded to do so. It’s confirmed by even the best (5-star)
investment analysts on Wall Street, a group that we might assume
would look only to financial measures in recommending investments.
Sometimes a word is worth a thousand words. Or an entire book.
“Ethics” is one of those words, with no shortage of book-length treatments.
The idea for a communication-centered investigation of ethics
and its relationship to professional life arose during the opening session
of George’s ethics class in the spring of 2003. Although the students
weren’t terribly excited by the idea of ethics, they became much
more animated when the discussion shifted to the term “morality.”
Three decades of societal and cultural alignment of new media have yielded a host of innovations, trials, and problems, accompanied by versatile popular and academic discourse. New Media Studies crystallized internationally into an established academic discipline, and this begs the question: where do we stand now?
The following pages aim at giving a general view of the social and intellectual life of Germany from the end
of the mediæval period to modern times. In the earlier portion of the book, the first half of the sixteenth
century in Germany is dealt with at much greater length and in greater detail than the later period, a sketch of
which forms the subject of the last two chapters. The reason for this is to be found in the fact that while the
roots of the later German character and culture are to be sought for in the life of this period, it...
The Red River plays a critical role as a spine of historical and cultural life of Ha Noi, the
millennium-civilized capital, as well as of the entire Tonkin Delta. The river’s truck stream flowing
through Ha Noi and its branching distributaries spread out to form a fertile delta: the Red River Delta.
Until now this river has made its appearance with a variety of nominal terms in historical records and
The following will be discussed in this chapter: Focusing on adults at mid-life, do adults keep developing? Discourses about adulthood, physiological changes at mid-life, changes in the body’s reproductive system at mid-life: the climacteric, psychological changes: is there a ‘mid-life crisis’?...
The following will be discussed in this chapter: Development through the lifespan, making meaning of a life, length of life, quality of life, positive psychology, thinking about death, physiological considerations, cultural responses to death, the death of a young person,...
Chapter 10 - The lives of adults at mid-life. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Defining mid-life: historical and developmental questions, developmental questions, discourses about middle adulthood, physiological changes at mid-life, diversity in adult lives,...
Chapter 12 - Reflecting on life and death. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Development through the lifespan, making meaning of a life, length of life, quality of life, positive psychology, thinking about death, physiological considerations, cultural responses to death, the death of a young person,...
This book is a great resource of 17 different topics for conversation which usually may occur at Matura Exams for foreign language learners.
The Slovak Republic
The Slovak System of Government
The Slovak System of Education
Traditions. Holidays and Feastdays
Science and Technology
Clothes and Fashion
Sports and Games
Cultural Life in Our Town
Music and the Fine Arts
People at work in organizations today are part of a new era. The institutions of
society and the people who make them work are challenged in many and very
special ways. Society at large increasingly expects high performance and high
quality of life to go hand-in-hand, considers ethics and social responsibility core
values, respects the vast potential of demographic and cultural diversity among
people, and accepts the imprint of a globalization on everyday living and organizational
Human development has different meanings depending on the area we will focus on.
It is the ontogenetic process of individual development for psychologists. It considers
systematic psychological changes in several areas, such as motor, cognitive, emotional,
social, that occur in human beings over the course of their life span. To sociologists
and economists, among others, human development is the consideration of the macrolevel
countries or regions and their development conditions related to human needs.
The ancient Egyptians were an intelligent, social, active, and
peaceful people. Despite the many hardships that challenged their re-
markable civilization, they maintained their pride, optimism and love
of life. Their priorities were centered on their gods, their families and
Introduction to the Process Improvement Life Cycle.
Designing, documenting, and implementing a project management methodology is a major undertaking. It is met with several obstacles, including:
• Cultural and organizational barriers to change; • Replacing existing project management habits; • Rugged individualism of technical professionals.
An organization will never reach the point where it is safe to say that all three of these obstacles have been neutralized. In fact, these obstacles will continuously plague projects for as long as there are projects to be plagued.