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  • Cultural Heritage Of The Church
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    1. Like a highly contagious virus, Culture Industries are transforming the world with a corrupting influence on the most unlikely of cultures. The corrupting influence of commercialism has all but destroyed the sacredness of the religious counter-culture and symbols of the Church. For many years, the religious heritage of the Church played a counter-cultural role in American and transnational cultures. It countered the evil aspects of contemporary pop cultures within American and transnational s...
  • Name As Part Of Her Heritage
    502 words
    In Alice Walker's story "Everyday Use", symbolism, allegory, and myth stand out when thinking about the characters, setting, and conflict in the story. The conflict is between the mother and her two daughters (Maggie and Dee). There is also the conflict between the family's heritage (symbolized by the quilt, bench, and butter chum) and their different ways of life. Dee chose a new African name, moved to the city, and adopted a new way of life while Maggie and her mother have stay behind. The qui...
  • Unique Australian Heritage
    370 words
    What It Means To Be an Australian Australia is a very unique place, along with our multiculturalism there is also a strong heritage surrounding us. At first thought of Australian heritage we think about such landmarks as Uluru, The Sydney harbour bridge and The Sydney opera house, The Great Barrier reef and other internationally recognised places. But our heritage goes much deeper than that; it is far more than outstanding icons. Along with these icons there are also unsung places like the old c...
  • Alice's Own Life And Heritage
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    February ninth 1944, it was a dark and stormy night... well maybe not. Regardless of the weather this is the date of Alice Walkers birth in Eatonton Georgia. Born to the sharecroppers Willie Lee and Minnie Grant Walker, who had already been blessed (cursed) with seven children, Alice was their eighth and final bundle of joy. She led a fairly normal life till she was eight years old and her elder brother accidentally (or was it?) shot her in the eye with a BB gun. This unfortunate incident caused...
  • Walker's Use Of The Quilt As Heritage
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    HERITAGE Heritage is an important role in a person's life. It defines who we are and what we are to become. Many people are proud to belong to a certain group or nationality. There are some days where these groups express their heritage and culture through activities such as parades and carnivals. There are some people who choose to live out their heritage and those who try to discover their heritage. In Alice Walker's story, Everyday Use, a daughter's quest to find her heritage leads her to ret...
  • Cultural And Heritage Tourism
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    Tourism is a circumstance of worldwide significance. A prestige human characteristic is a curiosity to see various places, peoples and customs, which the travel and tourism industry has been very responsive. Raising obtainable income, leisure time, and technology have merged to encourage the inception up of sacred places to tourist visitation. While countries offer alike condition for tourists in term of accommodation and other tourist amenities, each place also offers an outstanding experience....

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