Interview about Ghanaian traditional kente cloth.

We talked about what Ghanaian traditional kente is? For which occasion is being wear and who wears them?

U.S. Culture of Previous Generation – David Wei
January 10, 2019 App Interview

My french teacher came to the u.s. around the 1980s from Belgium. There were a lot of culture change she experienced here in America. She talked about the difference in cultures 30 years ago compared to her home country.

Interview with my Uncle

We talk about his past and how life has change drastically

Cultural interview

We talked about questions that I had.

Small Town vs. Big City Life

This conversation give listeners an inside look into small town vs. big city living and how the two affect quality of life.

The Role of Media in Culture II
December 6, 2020 App Interview

Media can influence societies and cultures positively or negatively, as has been seen more and more throughout the years. The rapid change of media has caused both a sense of unity, as well as diversity through the information that is...

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Trinh Jones and Tim Jones

Spouses, Trinh Jones (59) and Tim Jones (58), talk about their contrasting childhoods in Saigon, Vietnam and Troy, Missouri, as well as the shared values that bring them together. They also reminisce about their early relationship, raising their two sons,...

My Cousin, Beth’s Life In China

This interview is about my cousin’s life living in china. We talked about covid, her life, our relationship, and more.

my mother’s cultural influence

i interviewed my mother on her childhood, immigration, and cultural connections.

Overcoming stereotypes

Finding out how a person is different from the assumptions made

The Beatles, Music, and Mass Media Through the Decades with Sarah Burroughs and Chip Carter

Sarah Burroughs: 2020-11-21 22:44:47 An interview with Journalism teacher Chip Carter by former student Sarah Burroughs in which they discuss the influence and impact of the Beatles on the music industry and on music as a form of mass communication,...

Olver’s culture&traditions

Chinese transition and culture complete in the U.S

Kaitlyn Gerstler (20) interviews her dad William Gerstler (53) for her Language and Culture class

Kaitlyn Gerstler interviews her Dad William Gerstler about his life and language for her Language and Culture class (ANTH120) at SUNY Geneseo. Interview took place on 11/26/2021 in Niskayuna, NY

Hannah Park and Jinse Park

Jinse Park (57) talks with his daughter, Hannah Park (21) about his exposure and experience with food while growing up in Korea and after moving to the United States.

Today’s Idea of “Culture”

How the millenial age group’s idea of culture relates to past generation’s idea of culture. Is it as meaningful? *please disregard the discrepancies at the end of the interview. I thought the recording ended. Thank you for listening!

The Beauty of Growing Up in Two Cultures

A conversation between a mother and son about growing up in two cultures

Cultural Identity

I interviewed sisters Denise and Carmen Genao. They are from the Dominican Republic and moved to the United states at age 6 and 8.

China: Then and Now

In this interview, I talk with my father about the political and economic situation of China, and both its advantages and disadvantages. We also talk about his cultural experiences, immigration process, and how China has changed since then.

Primary Research Interview

I interviewed my mom about how Hawaii and Indiana influenced her sense of place. I wanted to get a understanding of how she combined how she grew up with where she lives now and where my dad grew up. We...

Rahaf Abdallah and her mother, Azza Ghanem, talk about their lives growing up in Egypt and America.

In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Rahaf Abdallah (16) interviews her mother Azza Ghanem about her life growing up in Egypt and in America. Azza shares her stories about education and living the...