enculturation

NOUN
  1. the adoption of the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture
    the socialization of children to the norms of their culture
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How To Use enculturation In A Sentence

  • The other problem was that there was also the transgenerational problem of impoverished ethnicity and incomplete enculturation into the host society.
  • During the hour I spend in her company, she evangelises not about her own religion, but what she calls "enculturation and inclusiveness", and programmes and schemes aimed at drawing the locals together. The Guardian World News
  • Clearly, in today's shared 'lifeworld' the proletatiat has been subjugated through the realisation of a mass media enculturation project (cf the Lacanian concept of 'jouissance', is you will) based on glamourised notions of romance. British Blogs
  • This voice, strongest in the universities, is hostile to America and works against enculturation of its youth in traditional American values.
  • Education and other forms of enculturation are a way of endowing one of your selves social capital, so that it can prevail more frequently in that intimate contest for self-command. Education Signaling: Is Entrepreneurship a Solution?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Hermeneutically, the contemporary goal is to peel away layers of interpretive enculturation to retrieve and reappropriate the original experience.
  • It might be innate and modularised, learned individually, or acquired through a process of enculturation.
  • Another important point is the enculturation (a slow absorption of norms and cultural practices) of newcomers.
  • This is the beginning of a life long enculturation that emphasizes self-denial, collectivism, and interdependence with regard to the family.
  • Through enculturation, the wandering bands of people adapted to a more settled life. The Real Truth about the European Monarchy | Heretical Ideas Magazine
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