Nationalism, Cultural Indoctrination, and Economic Prosperity in the Digital Age

Nationalism, Cultural Indoctrination, and Economic Prosperity in the Digital Age

Bryan Christiansen (PryMarke, LLC, USA) and Joyce Koeman (University of Leuven, Belgium)
Indexed In: PsycINFO®, SCOPUS
Release Date: January, 2015|Copyright: © 2015 |Pages: 364|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-7492-9
ISBN13: 9781466674929|ISBN10: 146667492X|EISBN13: 9781466674936
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Description

With a background of technological and communication innovations, socialization research, particularly as it refers to cultural and academic learning, has become increasingly connected with the business and economic aspects of global societies.

Nationalism, Cultural Indoctrination, and Economic Prosperity in the Digital Age examines the doctrines that society is expected not to question, particularly the influence these beliefs have on business and the prosperity of the world as a whole. This book is an essential resource for business executives, scholar-practitioners, and students who need a multidisciplinary approach to the effects of culture on cognitive strategies and professional methodologies.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Business and Technology Trends
  • Class Conflict and Economic Inequality
  • Cultural Indoctrination and Intelligence
  • Cultural Integrity and Integration
  • Diversity Management
  • Ethics and Politics
  • Global Education
  • Mass Media and Globalization
  • Social Psychology
  • Stereotypes

Reviews and Testimonials

Noting the rise of nationalism in the second decade of the twenty-first century, and using examples of Ukraine, Russia, Sudan, islands in the South China Sea, and the Arab Spring, the book raises two critical questions: can these conflicts and resulting situations provide sustainable new states over the long term, given the effects of contemporary globalism on national economies and prosperity everywhere? What have been the real root causes of these nationalistic fervors? Citing cultural indoctrination (CI) as the real foundation of nationalism, fourteen chapters treat, inter alia, the culture of development and the developmental capacity of states; how social controls can create political stability and social cohesion which allows for rapid economic development; the impact of cultural intelligence (the capability to relate and work across cultures) on global business; the pitfalls and potential of ethnic marketing in the financial services industry.

– ProtoView Book Abstracts (formerly Book News, Inc.)

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Bryan Christiansen is the Chief Executive Officer of Tactical Systems, LLC in Indiana, USA. A former business lecturer at universities in Turkey, Russia, and the USA, he has traveled to 41 countries where he has conducted international business since 1985 in multiple languages and various industries with Global 500 firms and smaller. Christiansen received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing at the University of the State of New York in 1996 and his MBA degree at Capella University in 2003. The author of 20 Reference books on business, economics, and psychology, he is currently working on his Doctor of Business Administration degree at Middlesex University in London, England and is expected to graduate in 2020.

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