Social and Cultural Change

  title={Social and Cultural Change},
  author={Bryce. Ryan},
  • B. Ryan
  • Published 1 June 1970
  • Sociology
American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research
Because alcoholism is said to be exacerbated by stress, a review was undertaken to determine whether or not a causal relationship could be identified between psychogenic stress and alcohol abuse.
Political Activism in Pentecostal Charismatic Evangelical Churches and the 2019 Elections in South Africa
  • M. Frahm-Arp
  • Political Science
    Journal of Religion in Africa
  • 2021
This article examines the public messages of the leaders of six Pentecostal Charismatic Evangelical Churches (PCE) in South Africa during the six months leading up to the 2019 presidential elections
Measuring Corporate Culture Using Machine Learning
We create a culture dictionary using one of the latest machine learning techniques—the word embedding model—and 209,480 earnings call transcripts. We score the five corporate cultural values of
Cultural Integration of Immigrants in Europe
The concepts of cultural diversity and cultural identity are at the forefront of the political debate in many western societies. In Europe, the discussion is stimulated by the political pressures
New perspectives on Chinese immigrants’ experiences under the New Zealand Healthcare System: a qualitative descriptive study
  • Wang Yi
  • Medicine, Political Science
  • 2011
The importance of understanding the characteristics of Chinese immigrants in terms of healthcare awareness, attitudes and decision-making process is highlighted; along with implications for effectively engaging the Chinese immigrant population in the healthcare systems at their destinations of migration.
Attitudes Towards Seeking Professional Counseling: The Role Of Outcome Expectations And Emotional Openness In English-speaking C
Purpose: The college environment is documented as a universally stressful period where students face many challenges (Baysden, 2002; Pandit, 2003). In addition to these potential stressors,
Immigration, Acculturation, and Adaptation
La psychologie interculturelle a montre qu'il existait des rapports etroits entre le contexte culturel et le developpement comportemental de l'individu. Cette relation etablie, l'effort des