You finish Prose's book in a rush, too, head swimming with the breadth of Guggenheim's cultural web
and a sense of the reckless energy with which she wove it--the source of her profoundest accomplishments and heartbreaks.
Richard Geertz first referred to these cultural webs
in his book The Interpretation of Cultures, but many of the authors in this volume are unaware of the cultural web
that ensnares them.
There are also a large number of web pages of tourism and cultural web
portals and various media.
(1) If one pulls at one part, an entire cultural web
is found to be connected.
At 6pm, there will be a lecture at the village coffee shop on the theme of 'Olive Oil: Nutritional Value and Historic Course', and a presentation of plans for a project encompassing the olive press, the winery as well as a centre for women, under a common cultural web
Application of the cultural web
to modern practices
New top-level domains were needed to relieve the clutter and to allow more focused domains for business and cultural Web
* Ongoing virtual initiatives including a digital library and a cultural web
site to support the "MI University" (University of Military Intelligence).
For middle managers in the manufacturing and process industries, this manual describes how to improve maintenance and reliability performance at the plant level by changing the organizational culture, implementing it through leadership, work process, structure, group learning, technology, communication, interrelationships, and rewards, and Thomas' assessment tool called the Cultural Web
Murdock also explains how these networks drew the Hungarian Calvinists into the cultural web
of international Calvinism.