The trust ends at the border of the family
◆ Family based companies which are usually small
◆ They have customs to extend the trust beyond the limits of the family
◆ Large companies with the involvement of non-family members at high positions
Other factors lead economic growth
policies are controlled elite group
No only one political culture leads economic growth
The widely shared beliefs, values, and norms citizens hold towards their government
A distinctive and patterned way of thinking about
how political and economic life ought to be carried out
Changes over time
Varies from country to country and region to region
Used to predict political behavior (Voters and
Storey’s introduction to “What is Cultural Studies?” include different perspectives from varying scholars, but they can all seem to be pointing –roughly,- at one direction: Culture is “a particular way of life, whether of a people, a period or a group”(Williams) AND to study culture is chiefly “political in emphasis”(Fiske).
Why is culture ‘a way of life’, and
2-1 Culture of Recording
One special aspect about the politics and governing of the Joseon Dynasty is that it had a very sophisticated and complex recording system. All the events, works that happened in the country were recorded by specialists, and those records were passed down to the descendents with great care.
Here are some of the detailed explanations:
1) Portrait of Kings
Reliance on natural resources.
Uncertainty of market.
Political conflict between oligarch and Cremlin
Multi-cultural and inter-racial society
(a big element of conflict).
Corruption and unnecessary government
intervention coming from concentrated power of
Inefficiency of bureaucracy.