Fb2 Ethnic groups in the city: Culture, institutions, and power ePub
by Otto Feinstein
|Publisher:||Heath Lexington Books; First Edition edition (February 1972)|
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|ePub eBook:||1992 kb|
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Culture and institutions are endogenous variables, determined, possibly, by geography, technology, epidemics, wars, and other historical shocks. being a free city in the 12th century would have nothing do with today’s institutions
Culture and institutions are endogenous variables, determined, possibly, by geography, technology, epidemics, wars, and other historical shocks. being a free city in the 12th century would have nothing do with today’s institutions. At the same time, this long-lasting cultural trait was sparked by early forms of local self-determination, an institutional feature. The experience of a free city in the Middle Ages is clearly not an exogenous variable. For example, even within central and northern cities, there is variation regarding which cities could more easily become free, due to geographic features that made them more or less capable of defending themselves against the emperor.
The Cultural Institutions Group is a coalition of institutions providing cultural and educational resources to the public in New York City that are subsidized by the city. The group originated in the last quarter of the 19th century with planning efforts by New York City to cope with becoming a major city. In the mid 20th century, the institutions first joined together to negotiate with the workers' unions, but continued as they had found a valuable community of interests.
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Ethnic groups and majority cultures have different reactions to each other .
Ethnic groups and majority cultures have different reactions to each other, ranging from acceptance to tolerance to prejudice and discrimination.
PDF The term ethnicity is used for a broad spectrum of groups in history. collectives outside the city-state, sometimes with a derogatory. Here ethnic or racial groups are. a part of the global power structure and are a crucial factor in. processes of colonization, migration, and nation building. Ethnic community building is used to foster solidarity in macro-group structures, to legitimize social inequalities by descent, and to fulfill individuals' need for belonging. connotation; it roughly translates into what in English today is. called a nation.
Germany - Germany - Cultural institutions: Germany has placed great importance on supporting the country’s cultural, educational, and scientific resources
Germany - Germany - Cultural institutions: Germany has placed great importance on supporting the country’s cultural, educational, and scientific resources. Cultural institutions. Germany has placed great importance on supporting the country’s cultural, educational, and scientific resources