Annotated Bibliography 7 & 8

Crothers, Lane. “American Culture, American Influence.” TheEuropean, The European, 19 Sept. 2011, www.theeuropean-magazine.com/lane-crothers–2/6201-american-culture-american-influence. Accessed 20 Apr. 2017 In the article “The Hegemony of Pop” written by Lane Crothers, Crothers details the ways in which the American influence over global popular culture is not only strong, but will likely outlast the power of our military and […]

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The Real Modernism

In Suzanne Tick’s article “His & Hers? Designing for a Post-Gender Society”, Tick notes today’s “gender revolution”, stating that the traditional definitions and roles of the male and female are being challenged in industry today. Tick goes on to explain the male-dominated ways in which the professional world has been shaped over many decades. Modernism, […]

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Algerian Disconnect

Recently, while on a facetime call with three Algerian students for a cross cultural communications project, the importance of word choice was brought to my mind. During a conversation regarding the traditional sequence of events in an Algerian wedding, the cultural gaps and misunderstandings I was experiencing were made entirely more dramatic though maybe not […]

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Annotated Bib 78

“Washington, DC Fact Sheet.” Washington.org, Washington.org, 9 Mar. 2017, washington.org/DC-information/washington-dc-fact-sheet The first first source that I am chasing to write about is an collection of statistics about D.C.  Everything from demographic information of the citizens of D.C to the climate to different information about the universities in D.C. However the most valuable parts of information […]

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