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Picture an iceberg in your mind. Imagine, you are on a ship sailing towards an iceberg that is off in the distance. What exactly do you feel as it looms ever larger? How much of the iceberg is above water and how much of the iceberg is below water? There are many different metaphors used to describe culture. My favorite one is the iceberg. I think, it demonstrates so vividly what can happen to us if we believe only in the visible and ignore or underestimate the invisible part. Remember the Titanic? Just as the captain of a ship has to be aware of the underwater part of the iceberg to avoid disaster, we as visitors to other ...
The word culture was first used in an anthropological and sociological context by E.B. Taylor (1920). Taylor defined it as “that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society” (Stuart, 2004). Culture exists in institutions, nations, geographical regions, organizations, partnerships and shared-interest groups. The term culture represents a set of assumptions and deep-level values shared by an identifiable group of people. Culture encompasses the relationships among and ... Read More
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