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  • Cross-Cultural communication
    From Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications
    The technological advances that govern our travel, business, and communication patterns today require cross-cultural communication. When decisions are made in a global marketplace, it is not possible to operate effectively only within the cultural premises of the communicator.
  • Culture: Topic Page
    In anthropology, the integrated system of socially acquired values, beliefs, and rules of conduct which delimit the range of accepted behaviors in any given society. Cultural differences distinguish societies from one another.
  • Globalization: Topic Page
    Process by which different parts of the globe become interconnected by economic, social, cultural, and political means. Globalization has become increasingly rapid since the 1970s and 1980s as a result of developments in technology, communications, and trade liberalization.
  • Symbol: Topic Page
    Sign representing something that has an independent existence. The most important use of symbols is in language. To say so, however, does not solve the perennial philosophical questions as to the nature of the linguistic sign.

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  • Anthropological Societies
    From Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology
    The formation of anthropology as a subject of intellectual study was closely associated with the establishment of distinctive institutions.
  • Anthropology: Topic Page
    The study of humankind. It investigates the cultural, social, and physical diversity of the human species, both past and present.
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    From Africa and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History
    Ethnicity identifies and classifies people into groups according to perceived cultural similarities and differences of beliefs, values, customs, histories, and any other relevant views and practices that are subsequently passed on to future generations. The historical presence and use of the idea of ethnicity is important to understanding both transatlantic colonial history and the postcolonial world.
  • Ethnography
    From Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology
    As a written account, an ethnography focuses on a particular population, place and time with the deliberate goal of describing it to others.
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