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4 Pages • Essays / Projects • Year: Pre-2018
From historical records to contemporary life, the social force has always shaped the way how individuals think, act and cooperate with each other. In order to explore why individual live in a particular way, this essay will explore at how individual’s life fits into a larger social context that accompany with contemporary conditions and changes. While evaluating the broader social context into a number of key themes such as belonging and glory of cultural practice, capitalism character behind cultural practice and the social understanding of the cultural commodity. By applying these key themes, this essay will examine the similarities and differences among three important cases, Tonga Diaspora, Ongka’s Big Moka and Village Coffee.
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