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What is Culture?

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Defining Culture   Why Study Culture Now?  •We live in an interconnected global economy Global Village   •Globalization AmeriChina •Growing awareness of ethnic identity   •Growth of inter-ethnic hatred    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Culture Defined   Lusting and Koester •Culture is Learned … Continue reading

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Study in Paradise

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Hawaiian Culture and Society This course has been postposed for a future time. If you and your friends still want to go during that time we could do it as a club and I could direct it for the same … Continue reading

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Ancient Stories of Northwest Native Peoples

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Who are Northwest Native Peoples? Based on findings at archaeological sites, we know that Native Peoples lived around Puget Sound from 4,000 to 10,000 years ago. My interests — designed Northwest Native Art and Culture class. My Pinterest page Traditional … Continue reading

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The Comedy of Errors

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Northwest University Drama Department Presents Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors                                                  Performances Nov. 7 — 9 and 14 — 16 Millard Drama Hall 7:30 PM $8 Tickets at the door Center of the Northwest University campus in Kirkland   This silly, … Continue reading

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levels of communication

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Eagle Debaters Sweep UPS tournament

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Second, Third Place — Top Four Best Speakers Kirkland, October 29, 2012 Congratulations to Calvin Horne and James Bowsher for winning Second Place at the University of Puget Sound Debate tournament last weekend The Northwest University team of Kyle Hamar … Continue reading

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Analysis of Famous Speeches COMM 3283

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Speeches Change the World! Do you want to learn how to inspire an audience? Study famous speakers and the speeches that define turning points in history. Learn about how historic leaders used the power of speech making to change the … Continue reading

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Communication Technology development

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Kurweil Imagines years future — time line Kurweil Graph http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:PPTExponentialGrowthof_Computing.jpg Iron Man Computer Interface http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKyQhriOrD0&NR=1&feature=endscreen Humanity of robots http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-pS0t27-nM _______________________ ______________________________ Development of Communication Technology Tens of Thousands of Years BC: Human Speech Thousands of Years BC: Cave Paintings and … Continue reading

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Lucky Charms: Irish National Debate Team at NU!

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Three of Ireland’s top university debaters will face off against American students in March. A tour of American colleges and universities is the prize for winning the Irish Times Debate Tournament in February. The winning team and the top speaker … Continue reading

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Eagles Soar in Salem

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NU Brings Home Two Semi Finalist Debate Awards AND Second, Fourth Place Best Speakers February 27, 2012 Congratulations to the debate teams of Kyle Hamar –Max Mooney and Calvin Horne — James Bowsher for winning semi-final plaques at the Willamette … Continue reading

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