NIKE FM BROADCAST EP1/2


 

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THIS IS OUR TAKE ON EPISODES ONE AND TWO

 

"Why do the Black and Indian Culture differ to the Black and Asian Culture ? Now technically some people class India as being a part of Asia, however when combined with the Black culture we simply say Indian Black or West Indian ( as per the Caribbean ) . People also say some West Indians are descendants of Arawaks, who all have Indian in their heritage . 

Our topic on the FM BROADCAST will look at people who are Black and Asian, and their inter-connecting cultures/behavioural norms.

India separated from Pakistan in 1947-1948 , and after years progressed we find that in todays Society , some people of India are more open to adopting news behavioural norms while people of Asian Culture are less open to developing their body Language and psychological behavioural norms for Security of their Culture and Children's behavioural development. This then influences the Black Culture for those Asian Men and women who are married to people from the Afro backgrounds. The influence can results in Black individuals adopting Asian body language and psychological behavioural norms to influence their kids.

When it comes to the way people dress or their Brand association in society, this then influences how we choose to dress our kids. Here at C.O.S,A,M it's important to know that we are not criticising people's choices, but we are just raising the conversation.

Well respected music Artist H.E.R. who is mixed race , of Black and philippino decent is potentially dressed by her stylist for music videos, but when she dresses casually in her private time her dress code could be completely different to her videos. Would H.E.R. watch our AIR PHILOSOPHY Video magazine content and wear our merchandise after listening to the content ? That remains to be seen but we would like to specify, the core values of the AIR PHILOSOPHY BRAND is what allows the adoptation of new behavioural patterns reflecting our values from the relevant cultures . Some people will just use the branding concept by purchasing merchandise fore their kids, but then how do you separate Adult Culture from kids Cultural development while still allowing them to operate in unison when necessary ? This is a question we believe the AIR PHILOSOPHY BRAND will have the answer to. 

For men in sports and music things can be more tricky, as some children may not Understand what type of behaviour constitutes Gender based exploitation. Therefore men with children have to lead by example and guide their kids according their own Cultural perception of right and wrong behavioural norms towards their children, including addressing younger adults who may want to experiment with their gender. How a man dresses can also be indicative of their views on society or their social standing, thats why hearing the views of professional American football player KYLER MURRAY was so refreshing. However, having more discussion on how mens fashion can influence younger men's gender based choices would also have been welcome.

What kids and young adults see on TV often influences how they behave, thats why when we talk about racism , we believe for young adults this goes hand in hand with gender based choices as they often believe they must behave a certain way in order to fit in, but the problem this causes can leave younger men questioning their own sexuality.

This is why from a younger age, children and younger males should be guided according to an adopted version of their cultural norm that protects them mentally from gender based exploitation, allowing them to make their own decision once they reach the appropriate age.

We hope our digital magazine at AIR PHILOSOPHY helps adult men to make Cultural correction from their respective Cultures where possible regarding their behavioural patterns to influence their younger generation positively."

 

SOME KEY COUNTRIES OF ASIA 

 

CHINA

KOREA

PHILIPPINES

VIETNAM

NEPAL

MALAYASIA

JAPAN

HONG KONG

TAIWAN

SINGAPORE

INDONESIA

CAMBODIA

 

 

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