The “mod” movement of the 1960s was not just a fashion or a type of music, but a lifestyle. To make the point I was discussing as to how the nascent culture is affecting Africans, Wilson further points out that: “The habitus also provides individuals with a sense of how to act and respond in their daily lives. It ‘orients’ their actions and inclinations without strictly determining them. It gives them a ‘feel for the game’, a sense of what is appropriate in the circumstances and what is not, a practical (le sens pratique). When cultures influence each other, conflict and conformism are inevitable. Cultures are permeable and diffusible; when people come in contact with foreign styles, knowledge, and language they cannot resist thinking differently nor have their values challenged. As odd as it may sound, people often desire otherness (Buckingham et al., 2011). Despite people’s compulsion to habitually conform, they want to be seen as a unique individual. Even so, people fear the criticism that is inherently linked to otherness. Thus, they paradoxically desire commonness and uniqueness. At the cross-roads of cultures and at the exchange of multicultural literature this ambiguity thrives because everyone is different; that common link of embracing otherness brings about new knowledge and perspectives. This is the beauty of diversity. “At Prose, we’ve launched the first-ever custom hair oil so that (finally!) all hair types can benefit from hair oil â€” particularly those with fine hair who typically find that oils weigh them down or leave them feeling greasy,”Â Faith Huffnagle, the Director of Education at custom hair care brand Prose , tells The Zoe Report. She notes that hair oil can be beneficial for all hair types, but works especially well on split ends, chemically treated hair, or moisture-starved strands. All you have to do is fill out a quick questionnaire on Prose’s site, and the company makes a custom hair oil suited to your exact needs. It was The Birds’ keeper Moses Khanyeza’s chance to face Sono. â€˜The Troublemaker’ made no mistake, planting his kick beyond the keeper to complete his brace and achieved a 3-2 win. Pirates were Mainstay champions for the first and only time in their history. The recent passing away of Cheik Anta Diop has undoubtedly not only impoverished African historiography which he himself had assisted in establishing by clearing large sections of its landscape which had been hidden by the then dominant colonial historiography, but it has also in many ways weakened and debilitated the strong foundations of African intellectual culture. For Cheik Anta Diop belonged with, among many others, Frantz Fanon, Alioune Diop and Aime Cesaire, to that generation whose task it was to liberate Africa from imperial and colonial domination, and to define culturally and politically the historical uniqueness of Africa in a culture of nations.
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