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Florida Scene Review Culture Report
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Thomas Moran is an artist who is popular for creating work that is under the influence of the state of nature. His work, Florida Scene, mostly employs organic shapes, which aim at attracting the attention of his audience. The southern landscape present in his work is characterized by rounded or often curving forms as noted in the ocean, sky, and vegetation.
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How Culture Was Brought to Brick Lane Culture Essay
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Since the seventeenth century, immigrants have continuously settled there starting with the French Huguenots who were experts in tailoring and weaving while the Irish and Ashkenazi Jews settled in the place from the nineteenth century into the twentieth century. The major reason for the place being very attractive for the immigrants was to provide semi or unskilled labor.
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Rivalry, Imitation, and Envy in Italian Renaissance Art Culture Report
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Cities and towns in Italy outdid each other in building and appearance. Florence in particular is credited to the origin of a renaissance. During the time, this city competed with Siena in grandness and appearance. Known as the biggest city in Europe during the time, it had the financial muscle to show off and appear as a cut above the rest in artistry.
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The Miao Clothing Culture Essay
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According to the last census by the government of China, the people of Miao total to almost nine million of the Chinese population. The sequence of these people remains consistent for the last five thousand years. The culture of the people of Miao constitutes among other rich historical legends. In many ways, some of their clothing forms part of the traditional Chinese clothes.
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The Flying Dragon of XiAn Culture Report
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The dragon is depicted in a downward flying stance, and the viewer can imagine that his front feet do not touch the ground and he dives on about a 45-degree angle with his body flowing behind him waving like a snake or a swimming eel. Tilting the picture makes this easy to see. The dragon’s rear legs trail almost straight up with his feet.
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Art Consciousness Culture Coursework
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Art theory, criticism, and scholarship, as mentioned earlier isolates itself from “ordinary” people, but while the major sponsorships come from galleries, art patrons and education, these do not constitute the artist's audience. What all this criticism of art critics and scholars shows is that they cannot even understand the work, much less judge it, without considering the audience.
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Representation of 3d Space in Art Culture Report
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Representation of elements in the painting is not clear like would be in traditional paintworks (Tyler & Ione, 2009). A person looking at the painting cannot clearly identify the wheat if the title is not read. The clouds are also represented in an experimental way away from what was previously the norm (Harvard, 2014). The space illustrated is that of farmland on a warm calm day.
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How Fashion Helps Individuals Manage Their Identities Culture Coursework
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Unlike the face or hair, or other aspects of the bodily appearance, they are wholly cultural productions, and they can literally be put on or off. But as we noted, this capacity to transform and redefine is limited. Clothes operate in conjunction with the body; there is an interplay between the two.  
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Textile as Identity Culture Case Study
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The outward definition of textile, too many, is nothing but a fabric that is made by knotting, weaving, crocheting, knitting or pressing fibers together. However, if one was to investigate the term and [textile] industry further, they would realize that there is much more to the term textile than meets the eye.
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Whether Racism Is Social or Biological in Nature Culture Essay
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There are whites, Indians, Asians, Hispanics, and African-Americans. The bible tells us that all human beings were created equal and in the image of God. So where did all these distinctions of race come from? Is race biological or socially constructed as Winant claims? These are questions that sociologists are concerned with researching. 
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Cross-Cultural Interview and Summary Culture Essay
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Therefore, I was able to find an Asian man for this cross-cultural Interview and summary essay. He was a man, aged 29 years from India and who had lived in the US for over seven years.
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Funerals in Japanese Culture Culture Essay
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Most of the Japanese culture has significantly been affected by westernization particularly on functions as a wedding with less change being experienced on funerals. The custom and beliefs are splicing of a Shinto, Confusion beliefs, and Buddhist, whereby most of the Japanese are considered as Buddhist, Shinto, or Shinto-Buddhist. 
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Comparison between Buddhist Culture and the Jewish Culture on Death Rituals Culture Assignment
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Death and grief are normal in life all over the world. Different cultures adopt their own ways of coping with death respectfully. Disrupting these cultural practices on death interferes with the ability of family members from coping with the problem of grief. Cultural views on the ritual of death differ on the basis of coping mechanisms. 
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Minority Inequality Culture Essay
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The world we live in is made up of unequal societies; people from different ethnic and social classes tend to have the different social treatment and as Aggleton mentions, “it is important to recognize that while all minority ethnic groups may experience discrimination, the form and intensity that this takes varies from one group to another”. 
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Race and Ethnicity in the United States Culture Assignment
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The interactions of the African Americans and the Native Americans among other population groups in the country have corroborated the claim that culture is a dynamic social concept as people trade values. As the African Americans interacted with the rest of the American population, they traded values influencing the cultures of each population. 
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Sporting Sub-Cultures - Pain and Injury Culture Essay
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The prevailing contingencies of cultural, social, economic, spatial, technological and political settings all contribute to the notion of sports being an inevitably localized practice. In this regard, sports as a localized practice can incorporate prevailing peculiarities of local contexts, into its ritualized performance. 
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Cultural Photographs by Martn Chambi Culture Essay
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The most immediate cultural constituent is a musical one which can be deduced from the fact that the subject is playing the flute. It is apparent that this of paramount importance to him as he is so engrossed in the act that he appears oblivious to the rest of the world. In a sense, one could imagine that the Quechan man is playing to the llama. 
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The Concept of Intersectionality Basing on the Work of Jordan-Zachery Culture Essay
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Intersectionality can be described as the interaction of different identities and experiences that promote exclusion and subordination. This is mainly concerned with how the aspects of gender, race, and other categories of individual and group differences interact and the outcome of their interactions based on the aspect of power. 
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Perception of the Culture on Weybosset Street Culture Essay
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The groups of people I saw were mostly mixed races of both black and white women and men, and as said before, mostly women.  Perhaps there is no cosmo and ethno social gathering in the cosmopolitan canopy present here as it seems that there is no implication of a racial divide in this particular scenario such as Anderson discusses (196). 
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Barthes Structural Analysis of Popular Culture Culture Essay
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Universality is a characteristic of signifiers so that they are recognized globally and used by people without limits. A good example is traffic lights. Traffic lights can be of different colours to signify the signs communicated such as go, stop, and caution. Through the development of society, the use of the signs should have developed further. 
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American Responses Culture Essay
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By insisting that those who come to our shores give up any sense of their former cultural or national affiliations, America becomes a land empty of feeling, forcing these empty individuals, despite their sacrifice, to the bottom rungs of society in an attempt to uphold ideals that should not be ours, to begin with. 
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The Importance of an Arcade as Urban and Socio-Political form within a City Culture Coursework
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The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, as an architectural form of the nineteenth century, has remained critical of consumerist culture revealing the importance of commerce in collective lives. At the same time, the Galleria became a social core of the city of Milan and became an alternative to the contemporary street that is overflowed with traffic.
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The Role of Oedipus Culture Essay
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“Oedipus Rex” or “Oedipus the King” by Sophocles is a strong document bearing the pros and cons of human psychology and facets. The character of the Oedipus itself has myriads of personality traits which need close introspection for exposition. The play is cast totally in numerous allegorical implications.
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Two Different Theories about the Dimensions of National Culture Culture Essay
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The present business world thus does aptly justify the metaphors of a “flat world” (Friedman, 2005) or a “global village” (Ger, 1999). Even a casual glance at the present global demographic features is enough to perceive the fact that Globalization is a force that will only grow in its influence on all major frontiers in everyday life. The very uneven distribution in terms of magnitude and density of population across the globe which continues to grow by the minute makes increased interactions across cultures for purposes of mass livelihood through participation in the integrated markets inevitable.
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Expression of Interest Culture Personal Statement
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However, my opinion is, this is not the case because some countries form the UAE took root in contemporary arts as from the early 90s. The cultural infrastructure has therefore been furnished and expanded through the projects which are being initiated in the region such as the Gulf Region.  Words: 21 Characters: 112
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French Politics and Culture in the Jean-Jacques Rousseaus View Culture Book Report/Review
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Through the work, the author elaborates on the different modes of leading a life as well as having a better understanding of leading a simple life. In the reveries, the author details the effect of societal life on the innate qualities that human possesses. The philosopher even projects on the natural independence of the misery of human evolution. 
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Ethnic Group in Saudi Arabia Culture Coursework
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A very interesting mix of ethnicity is available to be assessed in Saudi Arabia because a truly wide variety of groups can be found living here as this surely happens to be one big land fraught with cultural and ethnic diversity but which is handled in a very appropriate manner by both the locals and expatriates.    
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Intercultural Awareness and Communication Culture Coursework
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It is, however, a fact that in itself communication is not enough. Total intercultural competence is needed for all people to co-exist and work together harmoniously. It means being in a position to understand the specific concepts of acting, feeling, thinking, and perception of other people.
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Town Re-imaging using Sports Strategies Culture Report
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This makes cities and towns very competitive against one another (Page and Hall, 2003: Smith, 2001). This re-imaging process takes place through place marketing. The UK is one of the most favorite travel destinations for people across the world. Every year innumerable people come to visit different parts of this country.
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Introduction to Visual Theories and Narrative Form Culture Article
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At the same time, the image portrays how the intelligent man who has undergone evolution can be involved in behaviours similar to those of the ape which depicts the stages he was before reaching the current status. Humanity has severally met its doom due to neglect and failure to take careful measures (Hall 1992). The natural world has in turn severally taken advantage of humanity’s don’t care attitude to bring threats like asteroid impacts as well as eruption of super-volcanoes among others (Graham 2003). 
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The Globalisation of Childhood and the Cultural Politics of Childhood Culture Coursework
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Different communities in the world have had different perspectives of bringing up their young ones, but the overall goal has been one: bringing an upright generation that will take care of this earth the same as we have taken care of it. Hence, the aim of bringing up the young generation has been identical. (Small1998, p. 254)
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The History of Hollywood Movies Culture Case Study
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The author of the paper states that this can be seen as a way of reacting towards the Protestant's work ethics. While the protestants are seriously looking for work efficiency in the workplace, Charlie Chaplin is seen as messing around the shop and this has brought a lot of losses to the pawnshop owner.
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Social Foundation: Islamic Scripture, Philosophy and Poetry Culture Coursework
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Whereas, the other philosopher, Ibn-Sina is of this view that God's knowledge should be limited to very general and abstract features of the world. It should be individual, not universal. He argues that God does not need to know every minute details of the world since any other sort of knowledge would diminish Him as an eternal and immaterial being
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The Metamorphosis from Medieval to Modern Era Culture Term Paper
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In the aftermath of the holy wars when education and economical advances became the focus of a dynamic social order in Europe, internal and external factors among the dominant nations led the think tanks to exercise their minds and draw upon their experience to scout for governmental systems that provided solutions to vexatious issues.
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The Identity of 'Britishness' amongst Northern British Asians Culture Literature review
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The review discusses the reasons for the propensity of the South Asians in specific residential areas due to their unique and culturally diverse identity and how their newfound prosperity as entrepreneurs and businessmen has inculcated in them a sense of belonging to the country and being more ‘British’.
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Reconstructing the Enlightenment Culture Essay
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On another level, David Bebbington, in his articles Preaching the Gospel: The Nature of Evangelical Religion and Knowledge of the Lord: The Early Evangelical Movement, claimed that there are a number of senses wherein the concept ‘evangelical’ is applied nowadays as the world goes into the new millennium.
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Should Britain ban the Burka Culture Essay
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The burka, as commonly known a female outer garment worn as an overall to what is considered normal casual or business wear. The burka whose origin is from Afghanistan is widely worn by Muslim women, both young and old. The face portion of the burka is usually in rectangular form of semi transparent cloth material attached to the headscarf, which can be overturned if the woman wishes to show her face while in the presence of someone.
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The 1960s Cultural Revolution - Was It a Triumph for Individualism Culture Essay
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The 1960s stood out from the other decades in the 20th century as a time of challenge, trial, anguish as well as achievement. “No other decade, save the 1860s, when the nation was at war with itself for four years, has been so tumultuous” (McWilliams 2001: 1). Americans revolted against conventional moral conduct, violations of civil rights. 
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Language is a Verbalized Culture Culture Essay
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Still, there is yet to be consensus on this point, as scholars have expressed diverse opinions on the matter, giving forth two distinct schools of thought in the language and culture discourses—those who support that language can and does shape the culture of a people, and those who refute the proposition.
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Edward Said on Orientalism Culture Term Paper
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Palestine is a crucial and holy place for Jews, Christians, and Muslims. What has been done so far is the clear manifestation of Orientalism which is a combination of many interests. If we consider that who has occupied whom and who should deserve the place, the debate will continue forever. I support Said’s idea of coexistence.
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Filipino Cuisine Culture Case Study
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Filipino foods are so diverse; each province has its unique way of preparing individual dishes so there is a variety one can choose from. Typically, most of their diets consist of locally produced agricultural products, livestock, and fish. However, most of the dishes are made of vegetables since beef is expensive not unless one comes from where cattle are reared.
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Zombie Meme and the American Culture Culture Literature review
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This meme is a unit that carries cultural practices, symbols, or ideas that are transmittable from one individual mind to another via rituals, gestures, speech, writing, and other phenomena. This concept requires its supporters to regard memes as analogs of cultural genes since they are self-replicating, can mutate, and are also responsive to particular selective pressures.
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Chinese Popular Culture Culture Literature review
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When it comes to food, entertainment, and clothing, access, quality, and quantity play major roles in their consumption. Wealth distribution and purchasing power dictates consumption, which tends to follow the trends of the popular culture in China. For example, with the high popular internet browsing among the youths, the purchases of computer and smart phones among the youth group also increases in the Chinese market.
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The Primary Means of Distributing Fiction Culture Report
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In today’s modern culture, the primary means of distributing fiction is through the medium of film or television. This format often provides a useful tool for the study and understanding of complicated concepts in a variety of fields. Social theorists and academics have often turned to literature and its portrayal in the film.
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The Ideas of Fashion within the Cultural and Social Influences Culture Term Paper
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At that time it was rightly anticipated that from the 1960s onward the existence of merely one single prevailing trend or fashion would be replaced by a great plethora of possibilities inseparably bonded to all the numerous influences. It was during this era that the fashion world for the first time experienced the powerful impact.
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The Historical Perspectives of the Punk Culture Culture Case Study
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During historical times but not less than three to four decades, people were known as the melting pot of each and every heritage, as each immigrant more or less held on tight to his or her individual culture. Even though this usually happened over two hundred years back, the American nation really has not changed quite as yet in harmony.
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Realism of Stanislavskys System Culture Report
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Stanislavsky wished for actors to portray their characters in a more realistic manner. This was a major change when it occurred because previously, many theatrical styles were more unrealistic. This meant that for the viewer, a trip to the theatre was a method of stepping away from the reality of everyday life and into a fantasy world.
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Art Appreciation: Rachel Ruysch & the Dutch Baroque Era Culture Essay
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She showed great passion and talent for painting still life pictures that by the time she was fourteen, her parents decided to send her to study under renowned still-life painter Willem van Aelst (Greer, p. 242). Under his tutelage, she perfected her craft of producing images which were as near to the real images as possible.  She used models from her father’s preserved collection of plants and insects.
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Film as Soft Power Culture Assignment
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Since the first publication of the Horatio Alger novels, one theme has consistently permeated American popular culture, and film in particular.  Achieving the ‘American dream’ has been a perpetual focus of cinema from the depression through the modern era. 
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Investigation of Cultural Awareness, Sensitivity and Occupational Therapy Culture Assignment
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Culture is a diverse system and depends on established code of behaviour by a society, community or group of people. It involves elements such as language, norms, values, beliefs, religion, social collectives, statuses and roles as well as integration of different cultural elements (Galanti & Woods, 2007). Culture is important in enabling individuals to acquire identity and interact with other people.
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