all cultures

all cultures

A sexual cultural term referring to a person or couple who enjoy all fetishes and sexual activities.
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Just as, to the bourgeois, the disappearance of class property is the disappearance of production itself, so the disappearance of class culture is to him identical with the disappearance of all culture.
First, they claim all cultures are equal in value and have an equal right to flourish flee from external constraints; and second, the greater good of humanity is best served by people living within or directly experiencing as many different cultures as possible.
Crises are universal in nature and affect people from all cultures. Sources of crises are remarkably universal across cultural groups, and include such events as natural disasters, domestic violence, sudden change in marital status, death of a loved one, medical emergencies, loss of occupation, assault, and burglary.
The observation that all people laugh doesn't mean that laughter means the same thing in all cultures, whereas the national character approach tends to see the meaning of laughter as a constant, and its presence or absence as a characterological variable.
But let's hope that we will see all cultures embraced into the city.
All cultures taken from the donor and the graft were without growth (although this did not exclude the graft as the source of infection), and no reports of disease transmission were received from any other recipients of organs from this donor.
When training teachers from other cultures and preparing teachers for multicultural music studios and classrooms, one must question whether the theories shaping our approach to teaching are valid for all cultures or are specific for European and American cultures.
All cultures were maintained under standard conditions for 10 days, and the time necessary for each of the cultures to reach confluence was recorded.
Donald Griffin (Olin): We've lasted a long time, I believe, because of the value system we have established, which goes across all cultures in the United States and foreign countries where we operate.
In contrast, the terms "independence" and "interdependence" were selected by Markus & Kitayama (1991) to represent diverging views of self that are often related to and/or derived from the above cultural views, but which may vary among individuals in all cultures. As these two sets of terms are consistently used in the literature to differentiate between cultural and individual differences, they are likewise used in this paper: "individualism" and "collectivism" refer primarily to cultural differentiations, while "independence" and "interdependence" are used in relation to contrasting views of self.
You are almost invited naturally to check your own culture, because all cultures are human products and therefore all the cultures are limited.
While eye contact is a primary way many people communicate, this is not true among all cultures. We found that the Japanese participants often avoided eye contact with the leaders and looked, instead, to their peers.