THE CONTEMPORARY SELF’S ADAPTATION TO CULTURAL DIVERSITY OR MALCOLM BRADBURY’S HERO-TRAVELLERS

Posted On Oct 18 2011 by

The universally accepted trait of the contemporary age – plurality of cultural values and forms of manifestation – has imposed a need for the contemporary self to adapt to such new societal trends and to come to foster such pluralities. The academic self found himself/ herself in a position in which he/ she lost previous superiority upon the common individual because the latter was now defter in adapting to changing cultural values most of the time as a result of the demographic, geographical and cultural migration. Thus, he/ she began a process of adaptation to the new conditions transmitting and …