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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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Many of these include presentations on the progress of implementing the Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity.
Globalization encouraged the universal notion of cultural diversity.
In Japan, all cultural property, both tangible and intangible, is protected by a single statute, the Law for Protection of Cultural Properties (the 'PCP Law').
East Brookfield: East Brookfield Cultural Council, $4,250
A few years ago, there were specialized writers for cultural issues," Al-Moqri said.
The course aimed at enhancing the cultural unity amongst the GCC 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 GCC cultural strategy, in addition to promoting the GCC 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.
During the next five-year period, the partnership between the Culture Ministry and stakeholders in the sector will be strengthened in order to achieve a national comprehensive cultural growth and boost a cultural policy based on decentralization.
Within the libertarian milieu, there is a tension between political libertarians, whose chief concern is limiting and reversing the expansion of the state and its powers, and social or cultural libertarians, whose central interest is maximizing individual opportunities and freedom of choice.
We are here to do a seamless transition,'' said Karen Constine, who in July became cultural affairs interim general manager.
For example, Wilson (2005) noted in a longitude study that a very small percentage of teams were not successful reaching learning goals and a small number of highly competent individuals found themselves worse off: Could the problems of collaborative learning be explained by cultural orientations?
Victoria de Grazia's book makes a significant contribution to the current academic discourse on imperialism by focusing not on its political and military dimensions, but on its cultural manifestations.
The city's cultural institutions are building and expanding like never before.
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.