Since the beginning of the Compendium project, several different socioeconomic impacts of culture have been treated both as a transversal issue of relevance in different areas of cultural policy making and as a theme of specific Cultural Background Paper Natesha C. Robinson SCO100 May 5th, 2010 Leslie Hart University of Phoenix Cultural Background Culture is the totality of learned, socially transmitted customs, knowledge, material objects, and behavior.
It includes ideas, values, and artifacts of groups of people (Schaefer, 2006). That is, some teachers hold lower expectations for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, believing that these students have less learning potential than their more advantaged peers, or that background factors will My cultural backgrounds vary with that of other people due to migration and time of arrival at that particular destination, socioeconomic background, and period of settlement, education level, cultural and religious background, rural and urban residence, different life experiences with migration experience (Feagin and Feagin, 1993, p.
42). Socioeconomics (also known as social economics) is the social science that studies how economic activity affects and is shaped by social processes. In general it analyzes how societies progress, stagnate, or regress because of their local or regional economy, or the global economy. Societies are divided into 3 groups: social, cultural and economic. In nowadays economic and technological advancement as well as unlimited communication means, the work environment is more heterogeneous then ever, especially in terms of cultural background.
This has provided for broad and diverse communication and interaction styles, behaviors, expectations and manifestations Jan 23, 2012 Socio Economic Issues Essay Economics and Financial Economics Course another, successfully applied their logical and analytical capability to the study of economics at university and higher level to build up a sound career as well as contribute to the development of the economy.
For example, in a case involving a wealthy person and an underprivileged person, the wealthy individual may experience a communication variance in associating with the underprivileged person (Sonnenberg, 1990).