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Cultural framework

Cultural framework is a term used in social science to explain, traditions, value systems, myths and symbols that are prevalent in a given society. This society may have multiple cultural frameworks. Usually concepts of culture are mixed, as indi ...

                                               

Genre-busting

"Genre-busting" is a term used sometimes in reviews of written work, music, and visual arts and refers to the author or artists the opportunity to cross two or more established styles. For example, in writing, to combine the horror genre with Wes ...

                                               

High culture

High culture includes the cultural objects of aesthetic value that society collectively read as an exemplary of art. It may also include intellectual work is considered the highest philosophical, historical or literary values, and education that ...

                                               

High-context and low-context cultures

In anthropology, high context culture and low context culture is a measure of how clear the messages in the culture, and the importance of context in communication. High and low context cultures fall on a continuum that describes how a person com ...

                                               

Highbrow

Used colloquially as a noun or adjective, "highbrow" is synonymous with the mind, as an adjective it also means elite, and generally carries a connotation of high culture. The word draws its metonymy from the pseudoscience of phrenology, and was ...

                                               

Homo faber

Homo Faber is the notion that people are able to control their destiny and their environment in the use of tools

                                               

Human interactions with microbes

Human interaction with microbes include both practical and symbolic use of microbes and negative interactions in the form of humans, Pets and diseases of plants. The practical use of microbes in ancient times, began with fermentation of food, bre ...

                                               

Human rights

Human rights are moral principles or norms that describe certain standards of human behaviour and are regularly protected by both physical and legal rights in municipal and international law. They are commonly understood as inalienable fundamenta ...

                                               

Hypermobility (travel)

Hypermobile travelers are "highly mobile individuals" who take "frequent trips, often over large distances". They make up "the lions share of the total mileage, especially air". These people make a significant contribution to the overall total al ...

                                               

Cultural identity

Cultural identity is the identity or feeling of belonging to a group. It is part of self-concept persons self-perception and the attitude to nationality, ethnicity, religion, social class, generation, locality or any social group that has its own ...

                                               

Cultural imperialism

Cultural imperialism also called cultural colonialism involves the cultural aspects of imperialism." Imperialism” here refers to the creation and maintenance of unequal relationships between civilizations, in favor of a more powerful civilization ...

                                               

Individualistic culture

Individualistic culture is a society characterized by individualism, the priorities and emphasis of the individual over the whole group. Individualistic cultures are oriented around themselves, to be independent and not to identify with the psych ...

                                               

Cultural institution

Cultural institution or culture is the organization within the framework of the culture / subculture that works for the preservation and development of culture. The term is used especially in public and charitable organizations, but its range of ...

                                               

Intercultural communication

Intercultural communication is the discipline that studies the connection between different cultures and social groups, and how culture affects communication. It describes a wide range of communication processes and problems that naturally arise ...

                                               

Interculturalism

Interculturalism refers to support for cross-cultural dialogue and challenging self-segregation tendencies in the culture. Intercultural communication involves going beyond passive acceptance of a multicultural fact of multiple cultures effective ...

                                               

Languaculture

Languaculture is a term meaning that the language includes not only elements such as grammar and vocabulary, but also past knowledge, local and cultural information, habits and behaviors. The term was created by the American anthropologist Michae ...

                                               

Legal culture

Legal culture is characterized as temporary outcomes of interactions and occur in accordance with the challenge and response paradigm. Analysis of the main legal paradigms Shape the characteristics of individual and distinctive legal cultures. "C ...

                                               

Low culture

"Low culture" is a derogatory term for forms of popular culture that have mass appeal. Its opposite is "high culture", which can also be offensive. It was said of theorists of culture as high culture and low culture are subcultures.

                                               

Cultural memory

Because the memory is not just an individual, private experience but is also part of the collective domain, cultural memory has become a topic in historiography and cultural studies. These emphasize the process of cultural memory and its implicat ...

                                               

Middlebrow

The term middlebrow describes an easily accessible art, usually literature, and people who use art to acquire culture and class. First used by the British satire magazine punch in 1925, middlebrow term intermediary "brow" descriptor between highb ...

                                               

Occidentalism

Westernism refers to and defines the views of the Western world in two ways: as inhuman stereotypes of the Western world, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Israel, and as an ideological representation of the West is occidenta ...

                                               

Official culture

Official culture is the culture that receives social legitimation or institutional support in a given society. Official culture is usually identified with bourgeoisie culture. For a revolutionary, guy Debord, official culture is a "rigged game", ...

                                               

Peng's Coefficient

Pan coefficient is an economic term that refers to the proportion of individuals spending on culture and the spirit of products and services such as books, cinema, Opera, concert, travel, training and so forth to his / her total expenditure. The ...

                                               

Philosophy of culture

In the 19th century, humanists such as English poet and essayist Matthew Arnold, 1822-1888 used the word "culture" to refer to an ideal of human refinement, of "the best that has been thought and said in the world". This concept of culture is com ...

                                               

Primitive culture

Primitive culture book 1871 Edward Burnett Tylor. According to Taylor, the defining characteristic of primitive cultures is the large number of free time than in more complex societies. In 1953, John Carothers, colonial psychiatrist who previousl ...

                                               

Purple economy

The purple economy is a part of economy that contributes to sustainable development by promoting the cultural potential of goods and services. Purple economy refers to taking into account cultural aspects in the economy. This means that the econo ...

                                               

Reshaping Cultural Policies

Reorganization of cultural policy is a series of report published by UNESCO, which monitors the implementation of the UNESCO Convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions. The UNESCO Convention of 2005 encour ...

                                               

Resistance through culture

Resistance through culture is a form of non-conformism. This is not an open dissident, but a discreet position. A revolt "so well hidden that it seems to exist" is a quest "to extend the boundaries of tolerance, either by adopting a line consider ...

                                               

Semiotics of culture

Semiotics of culture is a field of research in semiotics that attempts to define culture from semiotic perspective and as a type of symbolic activities of man, the creation of symbols and a way to give meaning to everything around. So here cultur ...

                                               

Culture and social cognition

Culture and social cognition is the relationship between human culture and cognitive abilities of the person. Cultural and cognitive evolution offers a unique human cognitive abilities not only due to biological inheritance, but in fact largely d ...

                                               

Sophistication

Sophistication has come to mean several things, but its original definition was "denatured or simplify". Today it is often used as a measure of the refinement show your good taste, wisdom and subtlety, not rudeness, stupidity and vulgarity. In th ...

                                               

Superficiality

Discourses in philosophy, concerning social relations. What social psychologists call "the principle of superficiality versus depth" has permeated Western culture at least since Plato.

                                               

Theology of culture

Theology of culture is the branch of theology that studies the culture and cultural phenomena. It is close to the philosophy of art, but focus more on existentialism and spiritualism. Paul Tillich was the first theologian who wrote about the theo ...

                                               

Trademark look

The trademark or signature look characteristic clothes or other distinguishing signs used by a certain character or performer, making the person more recognizable by the public. Policies can also have trademarks, such as the suit of U.S. Presiden ...

                                               

Value (ethics)

In ethics indicates the importance of some things or actions in order to determine what best to do and how to live better, or describe the value of different actions. The value system of prohibitory and prescriptive beliefs, they affect the ethic ...

                                               

Welfare culture

Welfare culture refers to the behavioral consequences of providing poverty relief for those with low income. Well-being is considered to be one of the types of social protection, which could come in the form of remittances, such as checks, or sub ...

                                               

Economy

The economy is the area of production, distribution and trade, and also consumption of goods and services by different agents. To understand in the broadest sense, Economics is defined as a social domain that emphasizes the practices, discourses, ...

                                               

Education

Education is a process of learning or acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits. Teaching methods: teaching, training, storytelling, Discussion and directed research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of teach ...

                                               

Outline of education

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to education: Education in General sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of a person. In its technical sense edu ...

                                               

Academica (charter school)

Academician is a global educational organization, with headquarters in Miami, Florida. As a provider of education services, it services more than 200 public Charter schools in the United States. Academician supported schools characteristics of im ...

                                               

Wallace Buttrick

Wallace Buttrick was a Baptist minister who served as secretary, president, and chairman of the General Education Board, and as a trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation. Wallace Buttrick believed that schools, teachers, and institutions were not n ...

                                               

Demerit (school discipline)

A reprimand is a point for students as punishment for bad behavior. At the same time as practice shows, students are given a number of advantages in the beginning of the school year and a certain number of merits are deducted for each offense. Sc ...

                                               

Educational architecture

Originally this term was used only for the physical building where the education was given, for example, in school. Later this term is also used for the design of the educational process. Therefore, the education architect can also be someone wit ...

                                               

Glossary of education terms

In subsequent articles comprise the Glossary of education terms: Glossary of education terms D–f. Glossary of terms education. Glossary of terms education. Glossary of terms education M–O. Glossary of education terms t–z. Glossary of terms educat ...

                                               

IAPCC

IAPCC - international Association for private colleges is a not-for-profit membership organization established in colleges to act as their collective voice representing professional education and training colleges around the world. The Associatio ...

                                               

International Day of Education

Education Day is an annual international day celebrations held on 24 January and on education. On 3 December 2018, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution declaring January 24 as the international day of enlightenment, in celebration of the ...

                                               

Macabre constant

Terrible constant is an assumption of bias in the assessment of the quality of education, what happens when a Professor unconsciously divide students into three subjective categories - good, average and poor - regardless of their actual objective ...

                                               

Van Empel Goldman Foundation

Fund van Empel Goldman is a charity, registered in the Netherlands in the framework of the Fund name van Empel Goldman. A Fund is defined as a Algemeen nut beogende instelling architecture or in English" - public organization” the Dutch tax and c ...

                                               

Energy

In physics energy is a quantitative property, which must be passed to the object in order to perform work on, Or to heat the object. Energy is a conserved quantity, the law of conservation of energy States that energy can be converted in form but ...

                                               

Index of energy articles

Activation energy - alternative energy - alternative energy indexes - American Museum of science and energy AMSE - anisotropy energy - nuclear energy

                                               

Outline of energy

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide energy: Energy – in physics, this is indirectly observed quantity often understood as the ability a physical system to do work on other physical systems. Since work is defined ...

                                               

Brown energy

Brown energy may refer to: The term "brown Energy" was coined as energy produced from sources of pollution in contrast to the "green" energy from renewable, clean sources. This term is controversial because it may cause resentment, linking pollut ...

                                               

Drakoo wave energy converter

In the Drakoo WEC does not fall under any of the usual wave energy Converter classification: the principle of operation is based on twin-chamber oscillating water column system, is the transformation of waves in continuous flow of water that driv ...

                                               

Driving factors

Energy monitoring and targeting, the driving factor is recurrent and measurable value which explains the differences in energy consumption. The concept of independent variable is sometimes used as a synonym. One of the most common factors is the ...

                                               

Earth's energy budget

Earth energy budget accounts for the balance between the energy that the Earth receives from the Sun, and the energy the Earth radiates back into space after it had been distributed on the five components of earths climate system and thus the pow ...

                                               

Emergy

Extraordinary is the amount of energy that is consumed in direct and indirect transformations to make the product or service. Emergency measure qualitative differences between different forms of energy. The extreme expression of the total energy ...

                                               

Energy accidents

Energy resources bring with them great social and economic promise, providing financial growth and community power for local economies. However, the infrastructure that provides energy services to break the energy crash, sometimes causing conside ...

                                               

Energy broker

Energy brokers help clients in the purchase of electric or natural gas from energy wholesalers / suppliers. As electricity and natural gas are commodities, prices change daily with the market. It is challenging for most businesses without energy ...

                                               

Energy customer switching

The energy shift the client is a concept arising from the global energy markets. The concept refers to the action of one switching energy supplier the customer energy, the switch, in fact, is regarded as a free movement of the client. In addition ...

                                               

Energy density

Energy density is the amount of energy stored in a given system or region of space per unit volume. In common parlance it can also be used to obtain energy per unit mass, although the exact term for this specific energy. Often only the useful or ...

                                               

Energy flow (ecology)

In ecology energy flow also called the calorific flow, refers to the flow of energy through the food chain, and is the subject of research in ecological energetics. In an ecosystem, ecologists are trying to determine the relative importance of di ...

                                               

Energy informatics

Energy Informatics is a field study on the use of information and communication technologies to address energy use and control problems. The methods used for "smart" implementations often combine many sensors with artificial intelligence and mach ...

                                               

Energy management

Energy management includes planning and operation of energy production and consumption units of energy. Objectives of resource conservation, climate protection and cost savings, while the users have permanent access to the energy that is required ...

                                               

Energy management software

Energy management software is a General term and category referring to a variety of energy-related programs, which may provide utility bill tracking, real-time metering, building HVAC and lighting control systems, building simulation and modeling ...

                                               

Energy monitoring and targeting

Energy monitoring and targeting is a method of energy efficiency based on the standard management axiom stating that" you cant manage what you cant measure”. M&amp T technology to provide energy managers with feedback on operating practices, resu ...

                                               

Energy operator

In quantum mechanics energy is defined from the point of view of the energy operator acting on the wave function of the system, just a consequence of translation symmetry.

                                               

Energy rate density

Rate energy density-the amount of energy per unit time per unit mass. This terminology is equivalent to the power density, measured in SI units in W / kg. Regardless of the units used, the energy density which describes the energy flow through an ...

                                               

Energy system

The energy system is a system primarily designed to supply services to end-users. Taking a structural perspective, the fifth assessment report of the IPCC defines energy as "all components associated with the production, transformation, supply an ...

                                               

Exertion

Tension is physical or perceived energy use. Voltage traditionally means heavy or expensive efforts result in the generation of power, the beginning of movement or during execution of work. It often refers to muscle activity and can be quantified ...

                                               

Fowkes hypothesis

The fowkes hypothesis is a first approximation to the surface energy. She States the surface energy is the sum of the forces of each component: γ=γ d γ n γ me. where γ d is the dispersion component, γ p is the polar, γ I is the dipole and so on. ...

                                               

Fusion energy gain factor

In fusion energy gain factor, usually expressed with the symbol Q, is the ratio of fusion energy produced in the reactor of nuclear fusion to the energy required to maintain the plasma in steady state. The condition of Q = 1 when the energy relea ...

                                               

Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin limit

Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin theoretical upper limit of the energy of cosmic ray protons coming from other galaxies with the intergalactic medium in our galaxy. The limit is 5 × 10 19 eV, or about 8 joules. The limit is set to slowdown in the interact ...

                                               

Intelligent Energy

Intelligent energy fuel cell engineering company focused on the development and commercialization of its PEM fuel cell technology for a wide range of markets, including automotive, stationary power and UAV. The headquarters are located in the UK, ...

                                               

Margham

Margham is the field of oil and gas in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the largest gas field in the Emirate. The field is operated by Dusup Dubai on nutrition. The condensate production ran at some 25.000 barrels a day in 2010. Margham also has t ...

                                               

Maximum power principle

The principle of maximum power or principle Lotkas was proposed as the fourth principle of energetics in open system thermodynamics, where an example of an open system is a biological cell. According to Howard T. Odum, "the principle of maximum p ...

                                               

National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day

National hydrogen and fuel cell Day was established fuel cell and hydrogen energy Association to help raise awareness of fuel cells and hydrogen technologies and to celebrate how far the industry, as well as the huge potential of technology today ...

                                               

NET Power Demonstration Facility

Useful power demonstration facility located in La Porte, TX, is burning in an oxygen environment, with zero emissions 50 MW gas operated power plant net power and owned by Exelon, McDermott, Hydroxy low-carbon enterprises and 8 rivers capital. Th ...

                                               

Open energy system databases

Database projects open system energy use of open data techniques to collect, clean and publish energy data for public use. As a result, information becomes available, given the appropriate open licence, for statistical analysis and to construct n ...

                                               

Orders of magnitude (energy)

Joule named after James Prescott Joule. Like any other SI unit named after a person, its designation starts with a capital letter J, but when writing to fully comply with the rules of capitalization common nouns, i.e. "Joule" becomes kapitalisere ...

                                               

Phakalane power station

The Phakalane plant is a pilot photovoltaic plant, located in Phakalane, Botswana. The plant is funded by a grant from the Japanese government, which was part of the Prime Ministers initiative strategy Hatoyamas called the Land partnership aimed ...

                                               

Primary energy

Primary energy is the form of energy in nature which have not been subjected to any processes engineering human transformation. It is energy contained in raw fuels and other forms of energy received as input to the system. Primary energy can be r ...

                                               

Statistical study of energy data

Energy statistics refers to collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of data in respect of such goods as coal, oil, natural gas, electricity, or renewable energy sources when they are used for energy, they contain. Energy is the abilit ...

                                               

United States Energy Association

Energy Association United States Committee, member of the American world energy Council. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., USEA-Association of public and private energy organizations, corporations and government agencies. The Association hol ...

                                               

Water-energy nexus

There is no formal definition for water-electricity – concept refers to the relationship between water used for energy production, including electricity and fuel sources such as oil and gas, and energy consumed to extract, Refine, deliver, heat / ...

                                               

Tragedy (event)

A tragedy is an event of huge losses, usually of human life. This event is tragic. Traditionally, the event will require "some elements of morality, some flaw in character, or an unusual combination of elements" to be tragic. Not every death is a ...

                                               

Drink

The drink is a liquid intended for human consumption. In addition to their main function of quenching thirst, drinks play an important role in human culture. Common types of drinks include plain drinking water, milk, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, j ...

                                               

All-day cafe

Restaurant dining establishment that usually serves a separate menu for Breakfast, lunch and dinner, switching from daily work-friendly atmosphere for Breakfast and lunch to a more formal menu and setting in the evening. Restaurants remain open b ...

                                               

Eating

Nutrition is a meal, typically to provide a heterotrophic organism with energy and allow for growth. Animals and other heterotrophs must eat in order to survive - predators eat other animals, herbivores eat plants, omnivores consume a mixture of ...

                                               

Famine food

A famine food or poverty food is any inexpensive or available food used to nourish people in times of famine and starvation, whether because of extreme poverty, for example, during an economic depression, caused by natural disasters such as droug ...

                                               

Food biodiversity

Food biodiversity is defined as "the diversity of plants, animals and other organisms used for food, covering the genetic resources within species, between species and provided by ecosystems". Food biodiversity can be considered from two main poi ...

                                               

Fresh food

Fresh food is food that is not preserved and not spoiled. For vegetables and fruits, it means that they were recently collected and properly treated post-harvest, for meat recently slaughtered and butchered, fish he had recently caught or harvest ...

                                               

Health food

Healthy food is a marketing term to suggest implications for human health beyond a normal healthy diet required for human nutrition. Products that are advertised as healthy food can be part of one or more categories such as natural products, orga ...

                                               

House wine

Homemade wine usually refers to an inexpensive drinking wine served in restaurants. Restaurant menus often omit detailed descriptions of homemade wine the country of origin, factory of sparkling wines or grape varietal, listing it simply as "hous ...

                                               

Hunger

In politics humanitarian aid and social science hunger is a condition in which a person, over a long period, unable eat sufficient food to meet basic nutritional needs. Thus, in the field of assistance of hunger, the term hunger is used in a sens ...

                                               

Malnutrition

Malnutrition is a condition that results from eating diet in which one or more nutrients are either insufficient or too much that diet can cause health problems. It may include calories, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Not enough ...

                                               

Thirst

Thirst craving for drinking fluids, resulting in the Basic instinct of animals to drink. It is an essential mechanism involved in fluid balance. It arises from lack of fluids or an increase in the concentration of individual osmolites, such as so ...

                                               

Geography

Geography is the science devoted to the study of land, features, inhabitants and phenomena of the Earth and planets. The first person who uses the word γεωγραφία was Eratosthenes. Geography is a complex discipline that seeks understanding of the ...

                                               

Outline of geography

Science – widely recognized category of specialized knowledge in science, and typically embodies its own terminology and nomenclature. This field usually represents one or more scientific journals that published peer-reviewed studies. There are m ...

                                               

Adigrat Sandstone

In the adigrat Sandstone formation in Northern Ethiopia, in a wide range of reddish colour, composed of Sandstone with coarse to fine grains, and locally conglomerates, silt - and mudstones. Given the numerous lateritic palaeosols and locally fra ...

                                               

Amba Aradam Formation

The formation of AMBA United by a common door for the formation of Cretaceous sandstones in Ethiopia. It is up to 200 metres thick, for example, in the Degua Tembien district. As fossils are absent, the age of AMBA United by a common door educati ...

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