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Acculturation
the process of adopting the cultural traits of social patterns of another group
A cuturation
Beliefs
ideas or theories about the supernatural or the natural world that are not supported by objective or factual evidence
Civilization
an advanced state of human society, in which a high level of culture, science, and government have been searched
civil
Clan
a group of people with interests in common.
Cultural geography
where different religions and ethnic groups live or how they are spread over land
geo-land
Cultural landscape
A geographic area associated with a historic event, activity, or person(s)
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Cultural region
a geographic area of a country defined by the specific cultures of the people
region-section of land
cultural trait
a characteristic specific to a certain geographic or ethnic group, usually for the purpose of adaption to the environment
trait-way of life
culture hearth
a creative center of intelligence and moral development
hearth - EARTH
custom
a practice followed as a matter of course; convention
descendants
ones children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, etc.
dialect
a variety of languages
dialect-talk
diffusion
a process in which something is being diffused
diffusion-diffused
diversity
a group of things that are varied by different characteristics
enculturation
the process of individuals learning their group's culture through experience, observation, and instruction
en - in
culture - beliefs