What is Culture?: Generating and Applying Cultural Knowledge

What is Culture?: Generating and Applying Cultural Knowledge

By: Richard H. Reeves-Ellington (author)Hardback

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Proposes a theory of culture that unifies the various definitions of culture by social scientists. This book is suitable for those who attempt to make sense of multi-level, global shifts in their own enviro-systems, and who wish to build collaborative community strategies.


List of Figures and Tables; Foreword; by Francis J. Yammarino; Introduction; Part I: Defining, Modeling, and Researching Culture; 1. Understanding Culture through Definition and Modeling; 2. The Challenges of Culture Research: Building a Research Model; Part II: The Artifact Environments of Culture; 3. Culture's Climate Environments; 4. Culture's Leadership Environments; Part III: Building a Culture's Society; 5. Building Society through Knowledge Environments; Part IV: Analyzing Culture's Logic; 6. The Influence of Time Environments on Culture; 7. The Moral Environments of Culture; 8. Where Next with Culture?; References; Index.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773413207
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 486
  • ID: 9780773413207
  • ISBN10: 0773413200

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