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Culture Definition: • Unique information system shared by a group, and transmitted across generations • Provides guidelines or roadmaps on what to do, how to think and what to feel • Allows the group to meet basic needs, pursue well-being and derive meaning from life Subjective Elements of Culture: • Values • Beliefs • Norms • Attitudes • Worldviews Enculturation: • Process of learning and adopting the ways and manners of a specific culture

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