Cultural Erosion.

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Cultural Erosion.. By:Trevor,Elijah and Yahye.

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What is Cultural Erosion?. Culture erosion describes the process of a civilization, group or organization losing its core elements — often because of new elements taking their place..

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Causes of Cultural Erosion.

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Immigration. 01. Globalisation. 02. Industrialization.

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1. IMMIGRATION.. When people migrate to a new country, they often have to assimilate to the culture. They strive to fit in to the host culture, and then they start lose their own culture..

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2.INDUSTRIALISATION. With industrialization, the rise of industry and growth of population is causing an outward expansion of cities. More and more land is needed for the cities and industrialized areas. It has become a growing problem that smaller cities and villages are being destroyed by this expansion..

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3. GLOBALISATION.. Globalization is becoming more and more of a problem with the rise of technology. Areas all over the world are getting to view the cultures and customs of other countries. As dominant countries and cultures arise, other countries are striving to become like these countries, whether economically or finacially.

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Once you start to gain familiarity and comfort with your new home, it’s easy to lose touch with people you use to know. It is vital to keep in touch with friends and family members to stay connected to your old home and heritage. Whether it’s to call your mom for your favorite family recipe or your friends to reminisce on memories, keeping in touch with your friends and family can help you preserve your culture..

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Another great way to preserve your heritage in a new country is by joining associations or clubs that affiliate with your lifestyle and community. These types of organizations, also known as social clubs, are gatherings where you can practice the traditions of your culture. It is also the perfect opportunity to meet new people who have also moved far from their former homes. There may also be an opportunity to volunteer for organizations or groups that work with people from your cultural community. Some may focus on recent immigrants or work with partner organizations in your home country. This will help you create strong ties to your heritage while giving back to the community ..

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We all have traditions that we grew up with, whether they are daily habits, celebrations, or food. A perfect way to preserve your traditions is to continue practicing them in your new home. There is nothing better than sharing the traditions you love with friends or colleagues in your new home. You can do this by bringing homemade treats to your office or hosting traditional events with new friends..