As a result of this intimate relationship regional culture becomes susceptible to influence from other dominant and prevailing culture.In the case of India it’s culture it has been negatively affected through the adoption of western centric ideologies, which have led to a rapid loss of rich Indian culture.Other countries have begun to incorporate local cultural reinforcement as it has been viewed as an effective method of preserving culture.In summation westernization has negatively impacted India and it’s culture and while some beneficial societal changes have been brought about by westernization, India continues to struggle against the rapid loss of culture due to increased societal and cultural emphasis on western culture and society....
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It involves adoption of different life styles, cultural ways, working styles, and even the behavioral patterns of the western countries particularly.• Western culture is about less formality and more fun.In westernization there is no innovation or newness because individuals only tend to follow the ways or patterns that are already prescribed by the western culture.• Dressing for Indian Women in western culture brings in more convenience for the women.Coca-Cola and many more which is always against our own culture.
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This write up examines in detail the prevalent business, socio- economic, and cultural environments that western multinationals have to face in India, as well the implications of their adopted major changes in business practices to succeed in India.Western multinationals/ investors dealing with India so far had to adopt major changes in their business style in order to serve effectively to their customers.Some of changes adopted by Western MNCs to serve their Indian customers are discussed hereunder.Though middle class rules the roast in India, but this class mostly believes in eastern culture, making it imperative for Western multinationals to adopt eastern tastes in their goods and services being marketed in India.But MNCs found that b...
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This information is necessary for Western MNCs to decide about their target sector as well the type of market available in India for their products and services.This write up examines in detail the prevalent business, socio- economic, and cultural environments that western multinationals have to face in India, as well the implications of their adopted major changes in business practices to succeed in India.India is a free economy and taking advantage of this, many Western MNCs are also raising part of their capital investment from India itself.Some of changes adopted by Western MNCs to serve their Indian customers are discussed hereunder.Though middle class rules the roast in India, but this class mostly believes in eastern culture, maki...
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But by adopting we dint loose our traditions and culture; we tend to blend both of them.Effect Of Western Culture On Indian Youth .Coming back to your question, yes we are in the midst of such a western craze that we have almost forgotten what our roots are.We sitting here always crave and imitate western people and their culture.We are running a’moke over this western culture, that over the next couple of generations, we would have become truly westernised.
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Introduction of McDonalds in India brought about the change in the fast food culture of India.This kind of strategy is a sign of bringing the American culture in China.According to the article presented by the author it talks about the recent changes in the Chinese society and the new tendency to adopt the foreign culture influences and transform them into local institution which was restricted by the Chinese political system during the Maoist era.This shows that the Beijing consumers were waiting for such kind of change in China, where they can experience the American or the Western culture.They were keen to learn the American or the Western culture.
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Thus he uses his failed attempts to use the western toilet as a sign of his Inability to integrate.Nariman had returned to Mumbai India but the influence of Western culture was manifested in his behaviours.Having a car is a very Western and materialistic concept, very unlike the culture of the Parsi community that resides in Firozshaa Baag.He unconsciously whistles “Rose-Marie” and “The Bride on the River Kwai” which are great Western hits from Broadway and the movies.Unfortunately this attempt backfires because the individual is so influenced by western culture that he is caught in total displacement from both cultures.
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The core religious traditions are still the same but the life style differences can be found because of western culture.Even the Indian culture has influence the western world.We should not think of which culture is better but should take the good qualities of both cultures and put it into use in our life attribution.Western culture has had quite an influence in india but it has its pros & cons too.Western culture and Indian culture both have good qualities and bad qualities.
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More and more young people have enough disposable incomes that will enable them to purchase western products as well as remain trendy.There have been many advances in technology that can be great examples of western products that interests youth marketers in India as well as China.Companies will thus profit as a result of selling western products in the two countries.The availability of competition in the market place have also enabled the presence of cheaper western products in both countries, also, more and more western companies such as those from the US are setting up production facilities in the two countries (India and China) because of economic uncertainties in the US as well as the economic boom in India and China.Western product...
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Today, Indians have gone to their former traditional way of live and have awakened to the fact that their culture is valuable than the western one unlike the 1920’s belief.This blouse came to be known as choli and the style came to be reffred to as katori which replaced the western one.The mentality that western clothes were long lasting and that would even last longer if repaired, vanished and henceforth, those clothes would be given to charity homes or be put into dustbins.In the 1940s, with the achievement of independence, they deserted western cultures and came to value theirs more and this continued in the following decades.Though this was the case, the 1920s period was unstable period to the Indians as it was the time the western i...
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The novel also exoticises India’s inequality, making it light hearted and approachable for its western audience.Roy promotes this kind of thinking throughout her novel and in a sense she is able to ‘sell’ her culture through her strategic storytelling.Roy plays into a colonial style known for its dominating, restructuring and authoritative power over India using references from politics and history to keep the story real and dangerously intoxicating for her western readers.It serves the dual purpose of being able to write back to the ’empire’ whilst becoming a product of global capitalism, hybridity of the west and the east, using eastern examples of western ideals through examples of critiqued power relations and subverted ideas of the ...
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This is usually not done symmetrically, and the stronger culture will influence the weaker culture.When this process occurs each culture will adopt some of the traits of the other culture.It can cause India’s culture to change, to something unrecognizable to those familiar with the cultural heritage of India.This can be seen by western fast food companies such as McDonalds, which is known for its hamburgers, to coming into a country that has a primarily Hindu population.With the interconnecting of countries around the globe, national identify is becoming diluted by western culture.
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On the other hand, globalization can leave a culture environmentally devastated, exploit their developing world, and suppress human rights.The negative impacts on India are that growth is not up to its expectations, jobs are only provided for the educated, and globalization has only been beneficial to the urban communities and not the rural ones.The Chinese government adopted a series of strategically significant policies that addressed the challenge of economic globalization.It has increased China’s trade market which gives them foreign exchange but also allows other cultures some insight into China’s culture.It can positively impact a culture with economic growth, prosperity, and democratic freedom.
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For Turkey, the special geographical location has decided the food has mixed the oriental food an d western food.Their breakfast is similar with the western countries due to the cultural effect.Generally speaking, the food culture in Japan has been affected by the Chinese culture deeply, they are focus on the family dinner in the weekend, and the family members would sit behind the big table, the soup is also packed in the big bowl, and decorated with sushi and sashimi, the dish would be usually prepared by the females, which reflects the social status of the females in Japan society.The historical empire in Turkey has included the western Asia, North Africa and South Europe, the huge land area has mixed the variety of food and gradually...
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It is primarily a body of western literary theory to be applicable to India.We should also study the western or foreign literary criticism and try to accept whatever is useful as per our culture pattern.Each nation has its unique culture and civilization, which may be called its soul; hence we should cultivate the habit of looking within and be proud of our Indian culture and institutions in the right spirit.Any attempt to be different from the western models which is a sign of originality also may lead to a new native tradition.As a direct example of nativistic line of criticism we may look at the western critical concepts : modernism, post-modernism, realism, existentialism, Marxism, structuralism, deconstructionalism, feminism etc.
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The notion of good and evil is not the same in India as in our Western culture.This has great influence on the way we think in the West : when confronted to a problem, the western thought judges the choice between two opposite necessary.On the other side, we can also notice that influenced by the western mentality, India has started some progress.This way of thinking is totally opposed to our western egalitarian ideology and it seems unstandable to us.But simultaneously, another part of India lives in a new world, in constant evolution, turned toward western rationalism and open to individual dynamism and to social progress.
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As the country has developed industrially and technology, emphasis on education has enabled India to produce highly educated and technically qualified people.An important fact about the country’s development is that beginning with Jawaharlal Nehru and continuing under Dr. Manmohan Singh, India has embarked on an ambitious programme of industrialization.Naipaul, V.S., The Mystic Masseur (Picador, 2001), 10-11 8.India is a country with diverse cultures: three major racial groups, four prominent religious communities, and many language categories.Naipaul, V.S., The Middle Passage (Picador, 2011), 87.
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This was a very sacred ritual to some and those people felt that their culture was being infringed upon.Native tribes as well as several western powers were all trying to gain as much land as possible.It was run by the British East India Company which was only interested in profits and ignored the culture and needs of the Indian natives.The major difference between Western Imperialism in India and Africa is that in Africa more than two groups were fighting for the land.The West believes that it was there duty to spread their “glorious” culture to those who were less fortunate then those.
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Environmental regulation and western food culture in India was almost non-existent.There are many factors that make India an attractive market for Western consumer goods.Extant research suggests that globalization is rapidly influencing consumer culture in India with people showing increasing “predisposition towards foreign brands” (PTFB), a construct defined by Bandyopadhyay (2001), Batra et al.This case study focuses on growing trends towards organic food and green consumerism in view of rising global obesity with fast food consumption in Western countries and significantly very less in India despite obesity being an epidemic in India.However, with times due to increasing awareness and influence of western culture, there is a shift in ...
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Different nationalities of people are working in the restaurant on different posts and everyone has to adopt the culture of the restaurant in a globalise manner.It looks like a western and Indian culture meeting under one roof.Music, taste, interior decorations, paintings on the wall, style of serving the food etc are giving a feel of the culture of India.They have also attracted many of the celebrities to come and see the culture of India in the U.K. Food, religion, paintings, interior decoration, and people of different nationalities, Indian music and import of the products from different countries.However, the environment, the way they serve food in an Indian style, can reflect the culture of India.
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Therefore, Muslims can observe and practice their religion in the Western world without confronting any significant hindrance in it.The policies in western countries make sure that the minorities fully participates the social, cultural, and political life within a community or group.There is a mixed sort of responses to the cause of Muslims in Europe and other western countries and is one of the most significant minority issues in the western civilization.They insist on the fact that although Muslims are practicing their lives and religion in western countries; however, they can never be compatible with the prevailing culture there.People on the contrart side of story are of the opinion that compatibility can never be achieved because of...
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The Indian culture is very different from the US culture and therefore their negotiating styles and ways are much different from each other and work on entirely different variables from each other.The manager of the planning and production , Mc Farland approached me and asked me to give a suggestion to the team of negotiators to increase the margin of production of the product making a deal with the negotiators of India.The client also asked me to give a detailed information about the cultural differences between the England and India.He also asked me about the detailed description of the negotiation styles in India and how it is carried on the culture of India.So that it would help the team of negotiators in achieving their targets.The ...
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In the late 19th Century France began emigrating large numbers of Europeans into Algeria, “By 1881 there were 300,000 Europeans (Half of them French) in an area of 2.5 million Arabs.”Another example of France trying to reduce Islamic culture comes from after the Second World War.However, both the French and British Empires did to differing extents manage to integrate Western technologies such as railways and modern irrigation methods.In Algeria the French also brought about Western civilisation to some extent, creating schools and building cities as well as constructing hospitals, however they spent 162 years with almost constant violence.This issue of religion and culture provides a distinction between the British methods in the India a...
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Another reason why the region should be referred to as the Western Asia is that the term Middle East is considered as a Eurocentric term (Lockman, 2004).By doing so, the name Western Asia should be adopted.Upon the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in the year 1918, the term was used in reference to all Islamic countries who were gaining their independence from their western colonials.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Owing to this, the region should be named western Asia to enhance its international image.
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“It boasts a vast geographic expanse, 3,600 years of written history, as well as a rich and profound culture.” (China Highlights, 2014).On the other hand, the Western culture was derived from Ancient Greece.The Asian culture can be represent as Chinese culture that has dominated the main Asian continent since primitive society; it is one of the Four Ancient Civilizations (alongside Babylon, India and Egypt), according to Chinese scholar Liang Qichao (1900).These cultures can be combined and integrated into one culture because product evolution, society integration and company evolution.There are many contribution of Western culture, such as Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, the American Revolution, the Industrial Revolution and t...
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These people do not know that the western people are trying to copy the eastern culture as they find eastern culture to be more ethical based and sole soothing.Cultural changes and respect of culture: Culture is infamously difficult to define, harder thus to then preserve.The eastern people in wake of progress adopt culture of the western countries and there by displacing there past ethical values and moral.People in western countries are copying the clothing styles of China, marriage rituals of India etc.Respect of culture is must and need to be recognized as an asset of our forefather’s.
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One major bias amongst Muslims regarding the education which the British introduced in India was that their western education was alienating them from Islam.He returned to India towards the end of 1870 and focus on the improvement of education and how Muslims could acquire western knowledge and learn English so that the Muslims have the requisite qualifications have the capability to deal with the situation.East India Company ruled India until 1858 and from 1858 the British Crown directly ruled India.•This college was combining the two types of education where the Muslims were getting modern knowledge, they were learning English but they were also learning Islam so that the product of this college when go outside in the field will not on...
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As values may be extracted from both the native culture and host culture, it is inevitable that conflicts arise.Thus, in this case both parents and children struggle to balance family values of their own culture with the family values of the mainstream culture.Assimilation, on the other hand, involves immigrants who totally accept the new culture, and reject their original culture.In the case of men, they adopted western dress more easily than women due to the influence of colonialism.Though inside the home Indian immigrants could maintain their culture, once outside the home, the system or society itself forced Indians into the acculturation process on all levels of culture.
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His love for the homeland increases and he decides to return to India.In her novel possession, she presents the perpetual conflict between the Indian spiritualism and the western materialism.Kamala Markandaya’s possession published by penguin Books India, 2010.Markandaya explores the spiritual values of the Indian culture which are so deep rooted in Val.The high street reminds him of the malls in the Indian hill stations like simla, mussoorie and Darjeeling the bazaars in India.
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The western notion could be misunderstood an issue raised by Leonard when she notes that children work in many types of work in developing or majority world countries and it’s the minority that work in the production of goods for the global market (Leonard, 2009).There have been critism of HDI no more so than Storey when he states how the Human Development Index is extremely motivated by Western notions (Sen. 1981).The policies forced onto India were to result in India becoming dutiful to Britain and resulting in India becoming dependant on Britain and moving backwards from a moderately progressive industrial nation to a regressive agricultural nation (Baran, 1957) .It is this western notion of childhood that is imposed on the now develo...
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