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On the uses of cultural knowledge
Sheila Miyoshi Jager
by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA
Written in English
The author explores the role that cultural knowledge must play in thinking about a new strategy for counterinsurgency. Although the importance of cultural awareness and understanding of adversary societies has been widely recognized as essential to operations and tactics on the battlefield, its significance has been largely ignored in formulating the broader strategic goals of counterinsurgency. The author highlights the importance of culture, and cultural awareness, in formulating a broad strategy for counterinsurgency which also has wide-ranging implications for U.S. foreign policy.
|Statement||Sheila Miyoshi Jager|
|Contributions||Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute|
|LC Classifications||E183.7 .J35 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||2009526815|
Human beings learn through social means—through interactions with others as well as through the products of culture such as books and television (IOM, ). Reliance on tools and symbolic resources, notably language, is a hallmark of culture. Language is central to social life and mediates the acquisition of much cultural by: 1. Cultural Practices, Products, and Perspectives Practices—are patterns of social interactions, behaviors. Practices involve the use of products. They represent the knowledge of “what to do when and where” (p. 50) and how to interact within a particular culture. Products—are the tangible or intangible creations of a particular culture File Size: 82KB.
Cultural awareness must be supplemented with cultural knowledge (Adams, ). Cultural Sensitivity: Knowing that cultural differences as well as similarities exist, without assigning values, i.e., better or worse, right or wrong, to those cultural differences (National Maternal and Child Health Center on Cultural Competency, ). Institutionalizing Cultural Knowledge and Adapting to Diversity. Culturally competent educators, and the institutions they work in, can take a step further by institutionalizing cultural knowledge so they can adapt to diversity and better serve diverse populations. Strategies.
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On the Uses of Cultural Knowledge [open pdf - KB] "The aim of this monograph is two-fold. First, it attempts to distinguish between the various 'levels' of cultural knowledge and how they are used at various levels of warfare--strategy, operations, and by: The recent focus on cultural knowledge in counterinsurgency operations and tactics is a welcome development insofar as it has allowed field commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan to radically reassess the failed operations and tactics in counterinsurgency in both these places.
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