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Synonyms for culture

the total product of human creativity and intellect

enlightenment and excellent taste resulting from intellectual development

to prepare (soil) for the planting and raising of crops

Synonyms for culture

the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group

all the knowledge and values shared by a society

(biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar)

a highly developed state of perfection

the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization

grow in a special preparation

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It is important to note here that secularisation of world politics (29) did not bring an end to political actors' recourse to 'sacred' cultural codes in limiting politics.
"Antisemitism as a Cultural Code. Reflection on the History and Historiography of Antisemitism in Imperial Germany." Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 23 (1978): 25-46.
In so doing, this approach contributes to expanding existing scholarship on the globalization of television formats that previously depended either on the cultural imperialism thesis, with a focus on the unilateral expansion of American formats into the globe, or the hybrid thesis, with a focus on the adaption and assimilation between global and local cultural codes throughout the formats (Oren & Shahaf, 2012).
Defining the Bombay Cine-Hero--A Century of Stable Cultural Codes
Rather than focusing solely on obvious forms of textual conversation, such as dialogue and epistolary exchange, Katherine Larson works from a productively rich and yet historically grounded definition of 'conversation' to explore how women appropriated various cultural codes of conversation in their writings --whether psalm translations, prefatory addresses, household drama, or unanswered letters--in ways that emphasized their selected genres' interactive qualities.
And this analysis is of English version thus there might be chances of lapsing some cultural codes as translator might have converted cultural elements/words into English words.
Yet it most resembles parable, showing how socially constructed cultural codes can transform society into a Kafkaesque penal colony.
1929); deep structures and causal mechanisms; collective representations and cultural codes; linking structure and agency and the work of Anthony Giddens (b.
The paper by Pierre Walter investigates how cultural codes in environmental adult education can be used to 'frame' collective identity, develop counter-hegemonic ideologies, and catalyse 'educative-activism' within social movements.
The fourth chapter engages "Medieval Mythologies" by reconstructing the cultural codes not found within church documents.
Such a connection between the cultural codes and the legal codes has been theoretically established by a group of scholars who examined law from a sociological perspective (see, for example, Andenaes, 1977; Berman, 1977; Friedman, 1977; Fuller, 1977; Weyrauch, 1977; Zimring & Hawkins, 1977).
Poland's exhibit explored the theme of "Space: Between people, memory, history, emotions, cultural codes." The white cube was a neutral exhibition space in which visitors were able to view works of contemporary theatrical design on the little televisions and also create their own responses on the walls.
The spectacle, visualizing the king's body, sleepwalking, the moving trees, and the downfall of Macbeth all reinforce the subtle relations between cultural codes. Such relations, as Asuncion Lopez-Varela Azcarate and Steven Totosy de Zepetnek contend, helps construct social values through cognitive patterns (77; see also Kattenbelt).
For example, in chapter 7 where Thiery discusses the complexity of cultural codes faced by priests, the request in numerous wills for a chantry priest to be of good character and to possess a good reputation and to be honest would have only bolstered the argument of a culture-wide movement toward standards of civility.
For Black Eyed Peas, the 47 million-selling cartoon band with a bionic brain, who're fond of jamming cultural codes and playing sonic tricks, The Beginning was the place to start.
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