A Comparative Study of Chinese and Western cultures under the Background of Internationalization and Diversification
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- Internationalization; Diversification; The Comparison of Chinese and Western Culture
There are scores of definitions of "culture", which shows the complexity of the concept of culture. To explain its connotation, there is a certain degree of difficulty. From literature recorded, the word "culture" had already appeared in two thousand years ago, the original meaning refers to the ancient emperors of sandwiches and enlightenment. "Culture" is borrowed from the Japanese; Japanese translated from Latin Cuhura, now it is the English Culture in the modern sense. The term "culture" is the middle of the 19th century was hired in anthropological writings. In 1871 British scientist Taylor in his book definition of "primitive cultures" to the next culture is "the whole complex includes knowledge, belief, art, law, customs and habits of any capacity and as a member of society, including the acquired.”Later, the American sociologist, cultural anthropologist was supplemented with an amendment to increase the "kind" and "values." Culture is complex system architecture, which contains many components.
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TY - CONF AU - Wang Jinjun PY - 2014/12 DA - 2014/12 TI - A Comparative Study of Chinese and Western cultures under the Background of Internationalization and Diversification BT - Proceedings of the 2014 2nd International Conference on Advances in Social Science, Humanities and Management PB - Atlantis Press SP - 299 EP - 301 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/asshm-14.2014.83 DO - 10.2991/asshm-14.2014.83 ID - Jinjun2014/12 ER -