Every cultural group has its distinctions. From the Eskimos who hunt whales and use blubber for fuel to the high society ladies living in New York City who spend days at soirees and evenings rubbing shoulders with powerful business leaders, no two cultures are exactly alike. Cultures vary by language, values, norms and sanctions. Even among cultural universals, cultures have specific needs to meet depending on their population, demographic, location, natural resources and opportunity for advancements. Types of Cultures Subculture A subculture, which is part of a dominant culture, is distinct with its own values, folkways and mores. For example, […]Read more›
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