Monthly Archives: July 2008

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It is better for university students to first get a general education, taking classes in many fields, than it is for them to take classes only in their own field of study. Some places need persons of Jack-of-all-trades and some need specialists. It depends on the requirements and workplace where […]


The economic penetration by multinational corporations shapes and distorts cultural patterns in developing countries. The Westernization, particularly, the Americanization, of culture presents a formidable threat to the cultural integrity of the non-Western world. Nevertheless, the know-how of these corporations is necessary to fuel the economic development of the developing countries. […]