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Define culture attitudes, customs, and beliefs that distinguishes one group of people from another.
give an example of cultural hearth someone making a video on YouTube an the idea going viral.
give two reasons why culture changes over time technology and climate
give an example of were our culture norms differ from another society the things we eat are different from what japan eats
where do we get culture from we get our culture when we are born.
language
relative location
absolute location
monotheism
polytheism
religion
formal region
nuclear
stereotypes
globalization
perceptual region
assimilation
diffusion
acculturation
cultural hearths
place
region
movement
arts an literature
cultural norms
social organization
prime meridian
equator
Created by: nelly.girl