Applied Worldwide guest blogger Lily Chia Hui Yi writes provides an example of a Kopitiam chit-chat or Malaysian coffee house discussion about sociology..
Exploring the connection between sociology and cultural experiences!
Applied Worldwide guest blogger Bijon Chakraborty writes about identity politics in India and how it is preventing uniform public policy during COVID-19.
Adamu Usman Garko outlines the history of pidgin English and perceptions of Nigerian pidgin English, the most widely spoken language in Nigeria.
Bilqis Omolayomi Oseni writes about the traditional Yoruba wedding experience. What are eight steps of a Yoruba wedding. Live the experience!
Applied Worldwide contributor Mr. Lionell Ball shares his experiences of growing up Black in Detroit in this article called Posing to Cope.
Bilqis Omolayomi Oseni writes about the Yoruba food of Nigeria and describes Amala, Akara, and pap as representations of Yoruba culture in Nigeria and beyond.
Adamu Usman Garko writes about his encounter with Nobel Laureate in Literature winner, Wole Soyinka. Learn about the whole journey in Nigeria.
Applied Worldwide contributor Adamu Usman Garko portrays his experience visiting Kaduna at night. Kaduna is the capital city of Kaduna State, Nigeria.
Muhammad Rabiu Jibrin (Mr. J) writes about his experience traveling to south Nigeria. Learn about cultural differences and overcoming bias.
Applied Worldwide contributor Rufai Lateefah writes about her experience visiting the historic home of Kutis and learning about the life of Mama Funmilayo.