The Shudra is the lowest of the four traditional castes, or varnas, of India and traditionally includes artisans and laborers. According to the Rig veda, the main function of the Shudra is to serve the other three castes... More »

The different levels in the Indian caste system are the Brahmins, the Kshatriyas, the Vaishyas, the Shudras, the Adivasi and the Dalits. While Indian law prohibits discrimination by caste, the system still appears to hav... More »

The most famous example of a caste system is the Hindu caste system of ancient India, with Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka having similarly structured systems. Nepalese castes are directly derived from the Hindu castes fou... More »

While it has been illegal in India to discriminate against others based on caste since the 1950s, the system continues to affect society in terms of economic inequality, genetic disease and even the election of politicia... More »

In Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World," the World State divides people into Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon castes. These castes define the role a person has in society, the work they perform and how they compare to ... More »

Role culture is a business and management structural concept in which all individuals are assigned a specific role or roles. This applies primarily to organizations and departments that operate within the same business, ... More »

According to the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, an example of a question about cultural diversity could be, "Explain how diversity has played a role in your career and contributed to the professional ... More »