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denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people

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Under the support and promotion of the Ministry of Culture, Yiwu Cultural Fair has taken the lead in its realm.
Boylston: Worcester County Horticultural Society, $22,100; Boylston Cultural Council, $4,250
He said many Yemeni journalists who write about cultural issues are not qualified.
The course included a number of themes to familiarise participants with the concept of cultural institutions management and providing them with the knowledge and skills relevant to the concept of creativity in the cultural work, as well as time management and its role in the cultural institutions, in addition to the role of media means in the cultural field and developing skills of the participants in the field of cultural statistics.
The course aimed at enhancing the cultural unity amongst the AGCC countries and supporting their political, cultural, social, economic, media and educational march through activating the role of the civil community institutions, particularly the cultural institutions to serve the common goals of the AGCC cultural strategy, in addition to promoting the AGCC cultural forms of exchange as it is an element of fraternity within the one region, as well as an element of convergence with other cultures, in addition to enhancing the cultural role of woman and child cultural programmes.
In order to boost cultural action in the regions, an action program was set up based on the conclusion of partnership contracts between the cultural institutions, association and all the components of the civil society, to vitalize the cultural movement on the regional and local level and establish projects of artistic creation inspired from the specificities of each region.
But the merits of specific conservative pleadings aside, is there anything illiberal about an argument for the cultural stigmatization of, say, casual sex?
We are here to do a seamless transition,'' said Karen Constine, who in July became cultural affairs interim general manager.
Although the benefits of collaborative learning are well documented in literature (such as Johnson & Johnson, 1999; Caropreso & Haggerty, 2000), the interplay between cultural orientations and group process in the context of college education has not been examined, while the impact of cultural orientations on group decision making, leadership, conflict resolution, and employee relations is well documented in management literature.
The author also makes use of the notion of culture-clash to suggest that American cultural diffusion faced two powerful countervailing cultural forces, namely fascism and communism, but that it ultimately defeated them.
City of Culture: New Architecture for the Arts," an exhibition presented by the Center for Architecture and the Alliance for the Arts, charts the extraordinary growth of New York's vibrant cultural landscape, and celebrates the excellence and diversity of architectural design that is helping to transform New York City into a global architectural capital.
Unlike Carey McWilliams's critique of southern California's fascination with a Spanish 'fantasy heritage,' Deverell reveals that the manipulation of Los Angeles's Mexican past was far reaching, extending to "arenas of work, landscape and environment, cultural production, city building, and public health emergency" (251).
The authors focus on the significance of the counselor's cultural contexts in effective career interventions vis-a-vis the incorporation of multicultural metacognition.
Despite the growing recognition of cultural issues in play therapy (Cochran, 1996; Coleman, Parmer, & Barker, 1993; Hinman, 2003; Landreth, 2001), there is a paucity of literature on the application of play therapy theories to children of diverse cultural backgrounds, especially Mexican-American children.