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What Did You Take for Granted Until Living Abroad?

“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and...
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Globalization Will Kill Black Pete

Every November there’s a good chance that you’ll hear a conversation in the Netherlands that goes something lik...
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Is English a Threat to Linguistic Traditions?

As a native speaker of English, I revel in a fantastic luxury when I travel. Wherever I go, I can assume that the l...
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Globalize Your Traditions

Tradition vs. Globalization My father’s family moved from Latvia to the United States in the 1940s. With them the...
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French Historical Conversations: Pope Edition

Sometimes people believe that walking under a ladder is bad luck. Sometimes people think that swallowing a watermel...
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Glocalization: Taking the edge off Globalization

– Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France? – They don’t call it a quar...
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If I Were an Outsider, What Would I Say About Mass Media?

If I were an outsider to our “modern” and “connected” society—perhaps someone hailin...
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What Good Is Cultural Diversity, Anyway?

The human race now possesses the ability to share ideas among a more culturally diverse range of people than has ev...
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Afraid of Your Smartphone? You’re in Good Company

Today, it is almost strange to see someone without a smartphone in hand, uncomfortable to be in a place where there...
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Net Neutrality: Which Side Are You On?

  Net Neutrality – the who, the what and the where Net Neutrality is a modern phenomenon that has been under...