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What is acculturation? A. An ability to be comfortably bicultural B. The process of adapting to a new or different culture C. The choice to maintain cultural separation D. A method for determining the degree of individualism versus collectivism in a culture
Acculturation is - - B. The process of adapting to a new or different culture.
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