Gangs in america have formed the subject of a large number of research works, thereby becoming a growth sector (Sanchez-Jankowski, 2003). The definition of the term ……
California Department of Justice. (1993). Gangs 2000: A call to action. Sacramento, California: Department of Justice.
Department of Public Security. (2007). Definition and classification of gangs: Executive summary. Washington, DC: Organization of American States.
Sanchez-Jankowski, M. (2003). Gangs and social change. Theoretical Criminology, 7(2), 191-216. DOI: 10.1177/1362480603007002413.
Miami is the de facto gateway to latin america, and Calle Ocho has for decades served as the hub of the city’s Cuban culture and community. When it first began more than … Calle Ocho street festival was almost exclusively Cuban in character. Now the Calle Ocho festival reflects shifting demographics and the greater diversity of latin america people in South Florida. I selected the Calle Ocho street festival as an example of what the overall area has to offer. The … Hispanic festival in the entire country,” (Benowitz 1). Calle Ocho is important to share with the world because of the way it showcases latin america music, food, art, dance, and culture and also because of the way it defines Miami as a unique urban hub.
Traditionally, the Calle ……
“8 Reasons to Fall In Love With Little Havana and Calle Ocho.” The Miami Herald. Retrieved from: https://www.miamiherald.com/miami-com/things-to-do/article225811520.html
Benowitz, Shane. “Calle Ocho Music Festival.” Miami and Beaches. Retrieved from: https://www.miamiandbeaches.com/events/detail/calle-ocho-music-festival/f8f6984e-103a-4784-beff-f6a05c61e9d3
Calle Ocho.com. The MSC 2019 kick-off party. Retrieved from: https://www.calleocho.com/
“Little Havana, Miami, neighborhood guide.” Time Out. Retrieved from: https://www.timeout.com/miami/little-havana
… and his position on the oppressed[footnoteRef:13]. Therefore, the oppressed can see God through their circumstances. [13: Supra, note 10, at 15-52.]
For the latin and Black Church in america, the Asian Christian community in Asia, and the Christian Church in Independent Africa, the ideas that will be generated in these findings will ……
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Hayes, John H., and Carl R. Holladay. Biblical exegesis: a beginner\\\\\\'s handbook. Westminster John Knox Press, 2007.
Klein, William W., Craig L. Blomberg, and Robert L. Hubbard Jr. Introduction to biblical interpretation. Zondervan Academic, 2017.
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Thomas, James, and Angela Harden. \\\\\\"Methods for the thematic synthesis of qualitative research in systematic reviews.\\\\\\" BMC medical research methodology 8, no. 1 (2008): 45.
Tikito, Iman, and Nissrine Souissi. \\\\\\"Meta-analysis of systematic literature review methods.\\\\\\" International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science 11, no. 2 (2019): 17.
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… a familiar gesture in western culture to indicate OK with the thumb and the index finger joined to form a circle, in some latin america countries, it's considered to be an insulting and obscene connotation (Renteln, 2004, 12). For the average westerner, this gesture is an indication of … an insulting and obscene connotation (Renteln, 2004, 12). For the average westerner, this gesture is an indication of satisfaction and wellness, but in latin america, it is demeaning and degrading, an aspect that can be used as a basis or evidence to a criminal case.
It is, however, ……
Renteln, A. D. (2004). The cultural defense. Oxford University Press.
The Indian Removal Act signed by Andrew Jackson in 1830 was meant to establish peace in the nation and to give the Native america their own territory where they could practice their own activities, traditions and culture without interference from the america government. However, the Act resulted in the forced migration of thousands of Native america from their traditional homelands to a region of the U.S. that did not suit their lifestyle or their culture. Many suffered and died … the Southern states to Oregon. Though Jackson may have had good intentions at the time, the removal can now be viewed as an america tragedy that might have been prevented. In fact, it was just one example of an exercise in human rights abuses in a long … it was just one example of an exercise in human rights abuses in a long history of human rights abuses committed……
Crockett, Davy, “On the removal of the Cherokees, 1834,” Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. https://www.gilderlehrman.org/history-now/spotlight-primary-source/davy-crockett-removal-cherokees-1834
“The Magnetic Telegraph.” Ladies’ Repository 10(1850): 61-62. O’Sullivan, John. “Annexation.” United States Magazine and Democratic Review, vol.17, no. 1 (July-August 1845): 5-10.
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… corporations like Disney that seek to promote progressive values that they do not appreciate.
Nike also could benefit from bringing production back to america. This is something the Trump administration has been vocal about and making shoes in america would bolster its image among majority populations.
Changes in Organizational Culture
Nike’s organizational culture has embrace progressivism in recent years but by … labor. Offshoring labor has decimated communities here in the US as they have lost jobs to overseas. Nike could be a Made in america company, which would boost its image and allow it to maintain operations as the virus……
About Nike. (2020). Retrieved from https://about.nike.com/
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Neikirk, T. (2019). Nike sales are again way up. Retrieved from https://hillreporter.com/nike-sales-are-again-way-up-following-conservative-boycott-40033
Nusser, S., Mahle, I., & Pätzmann, J. U. (2015). How Social Commerce Communication can support Brand Loyalty: An Analysis of Nike‘s Efforts in Facebook Community Management. Markenbrand, (4/2015), 48-57.
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… basketball in the East (China). The glocalization of soccer in the U.S. shows the way in which a globally celebrated sport has been america in terms of how it is appreciated. Soccer has never had the appeal in the U.S. that it has had in Europe or … in terms of how it is appreciated. Soccer has never had the appeal in the U.S. that it has had in Europe or latin america. america sport has primarily been dominated by baseball, football, and basketball. Soccer, however, is now on the rise as the fashion trend of following … club) has blossomed in the U.S. and produced an aesthetic glocalization (Jijon, 2017). The International Champions Cup, for example, has been given an america rendition, with “america promoters and communities taking the world’s most popular sport and infusing it with traditional america sporting values. Club chants have been replaced by pop……
Campos, E. (2017). The glocalization of soccer in America. Retrieved from https://thesocietypages.org/trot/2017/07/20/the-glocalization-of-soccer-in-america/
Jijon, I. (2017). The moral glocalization of sport: Local meanings of football in Chota Valley, Ecuador. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 52(1), 82-96.
… it has options when entering this market.
Another opportunity for Peak is to use Brazil as a springboard for the rest of South america. It’s the biggest market in the region, but there are other strong markets, in particular the Andean countries, which make up most of … in the region, but there are other strong markets, in particular the Andean countries, which make up most of the rest of South america. Lessons learned in Brazil can probably be applied to other countries in the region.
There are also threats that Peak has to take ……
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… did. Each tried to spread their influence—the U.S. throughout Europe via the Marshall Plan (Hogan & Hogan, 1989); the Soviets throughout Asia and latin america through subsidization of Communist takeovers. The scare of Communism taking over in the U.S. was evident: McCarthyism was the result of this scare, ……
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… bike-share bikes pop up near a busy corner? That's gentrification.
– Pete Saunders, 2017
Gentrification is one of the most controversial issues in america cities today. But as the epigraph above clearly indicates, it also remains one of the least understood. Few agree on how to define … are accused of committing that newest of social sins: ‘gentrification’” (36).
Not surprisingly, this negative perception of gentrification on the part of the america public has represented a major, long-term constraint to developing the types of public-private partnerships that can help rebuild the inner cities of many … embedded in the way many activists understand urban evolution. And the thinking behind it has become a serious obstacle to the revival of america cities” (36). More problematic for proponents of gentrification has been the uptake of this negative view by policymakers and the america public in general. Civic developers have long recognized……
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