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CULTURE AND COMMON TRAITS OF RUSSIA. Culture and the Common Traits. Culture – the way of life of a group of people who share similar beliefs and customs. Culture and the Common Traits.

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Culture and the common traits
Culture and the Common Traits

  • Culture – the way of life of a group of people who share similar beliefs and customs.


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Culture and the Common Traits

  • Culture region – a way of dividing the world into areas where a particular form of government, religion, economic system, language, or tradition is predominate.


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Culture and the Common Traits

  • Dominant Russian culture spread throughout the republics of the former Soviet Union by forced migration.


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Culture and the Common Traits

  • Government:

    • Soviet Union: Stalin’s form of government was Totalitarian.

    • Today’s government is a Democracy.


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Culture and the Common Traits

  • Architecture, food, and traditions focused on Russian heritage.


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Culture and the Common Traits

  • Russian language is dominant and strictly enforced.

    • However, minority languages still exist, making people bilingual.


Sustaining institutions over time
Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Religion:

  • Use monumental architecture to attract new members.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Religion:

  • Used to sustain their impact on communities.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Religion:

  • This was set up during the Soviet Union to encourage the supremacy of the Russian Culture.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Education:

  • Education changes with time.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Education:

  • Russia continues education because they need well educated and informed citizens.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Education:

  • This was set up during the Soviet Union to encourage the supremacy of the Russian Culture.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Ways of Work:

  • Sustain the institution because individuals need jobs so they can earn money and survive.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Ways of Work:

  • Government changes the way work is completed.

    • Farmers:

      • Soviet Union – Farmers worked for Government

      • Russia – Farmers make decisions for themselves.


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Sustaining Institutions Over Time

Ways of Work:

  • This was set up during the Soviet Union to encourage the supremacy of the Russian Culture.


Examples of conflict and cooperation among cultures
EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

CONFLICT:

  • Yugoslavia:

    • 1991 – Communist party divided causing civil wars between ethnic groups.


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EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

CONFLICT:

  • Yugoslavia:

    • This continued until 1995; resulting in many nations becoming independent.


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EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

CONFLICT:

  • Yugoslavia:

    • Known as the deadliest conflict in Europe since World War II.


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EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

CONFLICT:

  • Yugoslavia:

    • 140,000 people died from the wars.


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EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

COOPERATION:

  • Russian Republics:

    • Passed laws to protect the rights of small minority groups.


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EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

COOPERATION:

  • Russian Republics:

    • Teach school in multiple languages, supplying minority language textbooks.


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EXAMPLES OF CONFLICT AND COOPERATION AMONG CULTURES

COOPERATION:

  • Russian Republics:

    • Use minority languages on TV, magazines and radios.


Impact of cultural diffusion positive of negative
Impact of Cultural Diffusion= Positive of Negative

Cultural Diffusion – the spreading of culture from one country to another.


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Impact of Cultural Diffusion= Positive of Negative

  • Positive Qualities:

    • Larger varieties of food, tradition, music, religions, better opportunities.

      • Ex. McDonalds, computer manufacturers, etc.


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Impact of Cultural Diffusion= Positive of Negative

  • Negative Qualities:

    • Cultures often clash:

      • Socially

      • Economically

      • Politically

      • Criminal organizations


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