Hybrid Essays

Hybrid Cultures

The ease of travel and almost universal access to the information superhighway facilitates the massive cultural exchange that goes on in the world today. In 2005, Kwai-Cheung Lo had written extensively on the exportation of Hong Kong popular culture and its strange relationship to China. Hong Kong could be considered one of the best modern examples of a hybrid culture. Settled by the British for 150 years before its transfer back to China in 1997, Hong Kong bears much similarity…

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How Cultural Beliefs and Social Forces Are Shaping the Use of Technology

David Wigder, who has significant experience as an Environmental Engineer (2007) wrote that marketers have historically faced an uphill battle when it comes to marketing eco-friendly goods. Simply put, it is difficult to influence consumer purchase behavior without first impacting attitudes and values. These values, however, take a concerted effort over a long period of time to change. As a result, corporate marketers tend to stay clear of awareness and education communications, preferring to target consumers lower in the purchase-funnel…

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Hybrid Vehicles

The 21st century is considered as the time for more advance development and innovation of the human society. Prior to this era, mankind has already been busy with making ground-breaking design to significantly improve how people live their lives. However, due to changing times, these actions have resulted to some consequences that initiated changes for the better and for the worse. Some of the changes that have transpired in the past nine years since the commencement of the 21st century…

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Hybrid Technology_ Shaping Society’s Future

An Introduction to Hybrid Cars According to TechFaq, A hybrid car depends on two kinds of engines for propulsion power. Most hybrid cars available today use a combination of gasoline and electric engines while some use a combination of diesel and electric engines. Traditional gasoline-powered cars derive their propulsion power from combustion of gasoline. The combustion of gas produces the energy needed to turn the transmission as well as the wheels. Unfortunately, although fossil fuels still delivers the most power…

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Hybrid Cars

Automakers are facing energy instability and higher gas prices, and customers are pushing for cleaner and more efficient solutions. New vehicles and fuels are gaining traction as Americans seek to address the world’s most pressing concerns-terrorism and global warming. These forces have converged in the hybrid phenomenon-millions of automobile owners choosing hybrid and alternative fuel platforms to promote the greening of the automobile business. American manufacturers, late to the game, are working overtime to catch up to, and eventually surpass…

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