Sociology, Japanese
Social Organization, Japanese
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The dimensions
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by Phil Bartle, PhD
Phil Bartle
Translated by Ayako Hoshina
Ayako Hoshina

The shortest distance is not always a straight line
Culture is everything symbolic we learn. All culture is learned but not everything learned is cultural.
Everything symbolic. At age two, when we touch a hot element on the stove, we learn that it hurts.
A symbol is something that stands for something else.
We learn things by attaching meanings to the symbols we use to communicate. That applies to all six
Information that is transmitted from human to human by genes are not cultural. Perhaps, when they
Some engineers might object to tools being called cultural, but they are. They belong to the
Cultural Dimensions
Related Pages : Culture. Culture and Symbols. DimensionsInside or Outside? Student Discussions on Dimensions. Student Discussions on Superorganic.
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