cultural values

cultural values

the perceptions, beliefs and standards which people acquire from the society in which they grew up. Differences in cultural values both between countries and between ethnic groups within a country (subcultures) are often important in designing a company's MARKET SEGMENTATION strategies.
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Most of the countries have regulatory mechanism in place to ensure that the children are not exposed to any harmful stuff and instead the visual mediums invariably ensure airing or broadcasting children content which ingrains the social and cultural values in their minds and guides them towards healthy and productive activities.
He underlined that cultural values created such a depth and beauty in the conduct and lifestyle of the culturally rich nations like Pakistan which became a guarantee for their success and development.
The government said that machinery is being put in place to reform the celebration of the festival across the state in order to curb the excesses of Egungun followership, saying that the festival will rather be used to showcase the rich cultural values of Egungun in the state and promote it beyond the shores of the country.
He added, "Baloch Cultural Day reminds us that how our forefathers lived in past centuries, participations of other nations in Baloch Cultural Day pushing us more closer to understand each other cultural values.
We must not forget our positive cultural values," he said, adding that extremism can be countered with cultural activities.
In these dramas, Sindhis are being projected as extremists and miscreants in sheer disgrace to the social and cultural values of the province.
Contextual resources should be drafted to immerse global cultural values and to develop rational and critical thinking skills.
It also marks cultural products that possess Korea's unique cultural values.
Sage Publications, Beverly Hills, 1980) cultural values framework.
Purpose: This article proposes a conceptual framework of influence of cultural values on career goals of Gen-X and Gen-Y.
On February 18, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) released a Targeted Examination Letter (Targeted Letter) to member firms underscoring the critical importance of firms establishing, communicating and implementing strong cultural values.
FINRA plans to meet with BD executives in firms' business, compliance, legal and risk areas to discuss their cultural values and how the BD "communicates and reinforces" those values "directly, implicitly and through its reward system" in eight specific areas.
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