Cultural Change

Some articles on cultural change, cultural, change:

Transformation Of Culture - Theories of Cultural Change
... Various scholars have proposed different theories of cultural change ... Rochon proposed a differentiation between three modes of cultural change value conversion – the replacement of existing cultural values with new ones (ex ...
Ronald Inglehart - Bibliography
... Value Change in Global Perspective, University of Michigan Press, 1995 (with Paul R ... (with Wayne Baker) “Modernization, Cultural Change and the Persistence of Traditional Values.” American Sociological Review ... Rising Tide Gender Equality and Cultural Change around the World, Cambridge University Press, 2003 (co-authored with Pippa Norris) ...
Types of Organizational Cultures - Edgar Schein
... components of the organization that relay cultural meaning ... It also explains why organizational change agents usually fail to achieve their goals underlying tacit cultural norms are generally not understood before would ... at the deepest level may be insufficient to institute cultural change because the dynamics of interpersonal relationships (often under threatening conditions ...

Famous quotes containing the words cultural change, change and/or cultural:

    All cultural change reduces itself to a difference of categories. All revolutions, whether in the sciences or world history, occur merely because spirit has changed its categories in order to understand and examine what belongs to it, in order to possess and grasp itself in a truer, deeper, more intimate and unified manner.
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    The earth only has so much bounty to offer and inventing ever larger and more notional prices for that bounty does not change its real value.
    Ben Elton (b. 1959)

    If we can learn ... to look at the ways in which various groups appropriate and use the mass-produced art of our culture ... we may well begin to understand that although the ideological power of contemporary cultural forms is enormous, indeed sometimes even frightening, that power is not yet all-pervasive, totally vigilant, or complete.
    Janice A. Radway (b. 1949)