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Culture can be defined as a distinct group that lives or works together within a larger community. the belief that certain groups are inferior to other groups. the act of keeping someone or something out or separate. the shared beliefs, values, and way of life of a group.
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Culture can be defined as the shared beliefs, values, and way of life of a group.
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Culture is the social behavior and norms found in human societies and it can also defined as the shared beliefs, values, and way of life of a group.


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