... Art, Talmud Bavli 220 sects, sectarianism 139 secular, the (original meaning)
128 Secular Society 129 secularisation xxiii, xxvii, 9–12, 31, 106, ... normative vs.
pragmatic positions on 151, 154, 156, 158, 159, 161, 167 religious courts 151,
154, 155–6, 157–8, 159 society ... thick and thin 275 Solidarity movement,
Poland 148–9, 283 Soroush, Abdolkarim 128 South Korea 178, 292 Spencer,
Baldwin 38, ...
Author: Bryan S. Turner
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Social Science
Religion is now high on the public agenda, with recent events focusing the world's attention on Islam in particular. This book provides a unique historical and comparative analysis of the place of religion in the emergence of modern secular society. Bryan S. Turner considers the problems of multicultural, multi-faith societies and legal pluralism in terms of citizenship and the state, with special emphasis on the problems of defining religion and the sacred in the secularisation debate. He explores a range of issues central to current debates: the secularisation thesis itself, the communications revolution, the rise of youth spirituality, feminism, piety and religious revival. Religion and Modern Society contributes to political and ethical controversies through discussions of cosmopolitanism, religion and globalisation. It concludes with a pessimistic analysis of the erosion of the social in modern society and the inability of new religions to provide 'social repair'.
accounting and finance practices, cultural differences 53–55 acculturation skills
of global managers 38 Adler, Nancy 77, 165, 273 affirmations 216 aisatsu 318,
351 Amsden, Alice 87 analytic versus holistic thinking ... Percy 1, 272, 409 Bavli,
Talmud 45 beliefs and values cross-cultural conflicts 368–369, 371–373
influence of culture 51 Bennis, Warren ... perceptions of 100–102 centralized
decision making 140–143 centralized stakeholder model 130 chaebols (Korean
firms), benefits ...
Author: Richard M. Steers
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Management practices and processes frequently differ across national and regional boundaries. What may be acceptable managerial behaviour in one culture may be counterproductive or even unacceptable in another. As managers increasingly find themselves working across cultures, the need to understand these differences has become increasingly important. This book examines why these differences exist and how global managers can develop strategies and tactics to deal with them. The text draws on recent research in anthropology, psychology, and management, to explain the cultural and psychological underpinnings that shape managerial attitudes and behaviours, whilst introducing a learning model to guide in the intellectual and practical development of managers seeking enhanced global expertise. It offers user-friendly conceptual models to guide understanding and exploration of topics and summarizes and integrates the lessons learned in each chapter in applications-oriented 'Manager's Notebooks'. A companion website featuring comprehensive chapter-by-chapter PPT slides is available at www.cambridge.org/management_across_cultures.
Author: University of California (System). Institute of Library Research
Category: Catalogs, Union
dated and all of the known commentaries were written on it ) has become the
standard Talmud studied all over the world ... all references in this paper will be
to the Talmud Bavli . a legal status presumed until evidence otherwise is
provided . ... See Deuteronomy 19 : 16 ( The Jerusalem Bible Harold Fisch ed
Koren Publishers Jerusalem 1982 ) . ... 38 See Sanhedrin , supra note 23 at 9b .
... 48 53 Id . See Miranda v Arizona 384 US CHITTY ' S LAW JOURNAL
INCLUDING FAMILY ...
Category: Domestic relations