Cultural fluidity

Migration to host countries birth diasporic conditions, the cultural and social dimension of a mutualistic relationship with an American culture and the culture of one’s family vary and are a¬†complicated relationship of immigrant identities. Those that are fluid and modulate according to family, networks, friends, environments evolve through time merging cultural practices and meanings.¬† By […]

Social theory

For a society to become conscious and to maintain high sentimentality, it must construct an ideal. Our conscious and unconscious experiences are relative much the same way as our creative nature. Unfamiliarity may not necessarily be unknown but that the outcome in so far as one believes our mind capable of more than what we […]

Funds of Knowledge/Identity

Scholars have likened the term funds of identity (Bagnoli, A., 2004, Bruner, 2001) and knowledge (Gonzalez, Moll & Amanti, 2005) to cultural bound stories, technologies, documents, and discourses that people internalize and construct in order to make sense of the events in their lives. Furthermore, by combining funds of identity with knowledge as a mean […]

Vygotskyian Cultural Historical Theory

The socio-cultural historical (Vygotsky) theory acknowledges that the social experiences and cultural tools shape the way in which immigrants look at the world and contour their perceptions of how the worlds operates and, consequently, their experience. The Iranian Diasporic culture can be considered through Vygotskyian cultural historical theory; that involves a consideration of the process […]