Tag Archives: Cultural

political & cultural symptoms of a pathological moral psychology among the powers-that-be

Consider and compare these three recent news items: (i) “Federal prosecutors are pursuing criminal charges against activist Scott Daniel Warren for doing nothing more than giving food, water and shelter to migrants trekking through the desert.” “[P]rosecutors charged Warren with … Continue reading

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Google – Explore cultural treasures from around the world

Open Heritage – Explore iconic locations in 3D, discover the tools of digital preservation, and download the collection. Heritage preservation around the world. 54 sites that are digitally preserved and downloadable. 54 sites that are digitally preserved and downloadable. Read … Continue reading

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Developing your cultural competency: A key to handling bias

In law school and as they enter the legal profession, law students need to have the ability to understand and appropriately interact with diverse groups. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Ashley Baker talks to Kennedy LeJeune, Miosotti Tenecora, and De’Jonique Carter about … Continue reading

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When Cultural Barriers Affect Your Estate Planning

Cultural barriers can impact your estate planning in unexpected ways. If you want to start an estate plan in the United States but your family’s culture gets in the way, it can be frustrating. But given tax and estate laws … Continue reading

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How Cultural Influences Impact the Divorce Rate

It is commonly stated that nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce, but is that true? Not exactly, although the media attention given to high-profile celebrity divorces can make it seem that way. The divorce rate, like many other … Continue reading

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