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Black just doesn't mean Black (neither does White): Emotional Intelligence and Cultural Intelligence

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Color and cultural design considerations | Webdesigner Depot

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Jun 11, 2012 -- Colors have a variety of associations within North American culture alone, and can meansomething radically different to Japanese or Middle "

Color Meanings -- Color Wheel Artists

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Color meanings, symbolically and emotionally, can vary widely from culture to culture " meanings and general color symbolism associated with various cultures.

Colours And Their Meanings In Different Cultures Around The World "

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Feb 17, 2016 -- Let us take a tour around the world and see what meanings do the colors hold in various cultures. Same color may mean the opposite thing to "

Meanings of Purple/Violet -- Color Wheel Artists

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Remember that the meanings of violet or any other color are cultural and " The meanings of violet can be quite different depending on whether they lean toward "

Color Meanings From Around the World -- Lifehack

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Color meanings vary drastically throughout the world and understanding these meanings can help you communicate with others from different cultures.

What Colors Mean in Different Cultures | Visual.ly

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Mar 18, 2011 -- Every culture associates colors with different ideas and emotions. In the U.S., we assign red to hate or anger, blue to sadness, and green to "

Color Meanings in Different Cultures | Study.com

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Color is an important aspect of every culture. Colors can represent love, anger, sadness, infidelity, and religious affiliations, depending on the"

Meaning in Colors: Learning How Cultures Think About Color |Marked "

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In fact, finding meaning in colors is very much a continuation of the cross-cultural " from variousplaces on the Internet, here are some examples of how culture "

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