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  2. South Asian Students Association - Information on events, news, links, officers and members interest in South Asian culture at the University of Washington.
  3. The Bill Douglas Centre - A resource for the historical study of cinema and popular culture at the University of Exeter. Presenting 60,000 items available for academic research.
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  7. Classics - Offering courses in ancient Greek and Latin languages and culture at The University of Mississippi.
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  10. Ethnic Identity, Music, and Politics in Nineteenth-century Ukraine: The World of Mykola Lysenko - Abstract of dissertation exploring his impact on the development of his nation's culture from the University of Manitoba's Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies.
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  19. Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) - Haiti - Collection of links on the country's history, government, geography and culture. From the University of Texas.
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    cultural universal cultures which of the following is a cultural universal cultural universal definition definition of cultural universal cultural universal examples what is a cultural universal define cultural universal george murdock cultural universal



    Cultural universal


    A cultural universal (also called an anthropological universal or human universal), as discussed by Emile Durkheim, George Murdock, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Donald Brown and others, is an element, pattern, trait, or institution that is common to all human cultures worldwide. Taken together, the whole body of cultural universals is known as the human condition. Evolutionary psychologists hold that behaviors or traits that occur universally in all cultures are good candidates for evolutionary adaptations.[1] Some anthropological and sociological theorists that take a cultural relativist perspective may deny the existence of cultural universals: the extent to which these universals are "cultural" in the narrow sense, or in fact biologically inherited behavior is an issue of "nature versus nurture".

    In his book Human Universals (1991), Donald Brown defines human universals as comprising "those features of culture, society, language, behavior, and psyche for which there are no known exception", providing a list of 67 items.[2]


    Cultural universal General


    The emergence of these universals dates to the Upper Paleolithic, with the first evidence of full behavioral modernity.


    Cultural universal List of cultural universals


    Among the cultural universals listed by Brown (1991) are:


    Cultural universal Language and cognition

    • Language employed to manipulate others
    • Language employed to misinform or mislead
    • Language is translatable
    • Abstraction in speech and thought
    • Antonyms, synonyms
    • Logical notions of "and," "not," "opposite," "equivalent," "part/whole," "general/particular"
    • Binary cognitive distinctions
    • Color terms: black, white
    • Classification of: age, behavioral propensities, body parts, colors, fauna, flora, inner states, kin, sex, space, tools, weather conditions
    • Continua (ordering as cognitive pattern)
    • Discrepancies between speech, thought, and action
    • Figurative speech, metaphors
    • Symbolism, symbolic speech
    • Synesthetic metaphors
    • Tabooed utterances
    • Special speech for special occasions
    • Prestige from proficient use of language (e.g. poetry)
    • Planning
    • Units of time

    Cultural universal Society

    • Personal names
    • Family or household
    • Kin groups
    • Peer groups not based on family
    • Actions under self-control distinguished from those not under control
    • Affection expressed and felt[citation needed]
    • Age grades
    • Age statuses
    • Age terms
    • Law: rights and obligations, rules of membership
    • Moral sentiments
    • Distinguishing right and wrong, good and bad
    • Promise/oath
    • Prestige inequalities
    • Statuses and roles[citation needed]
    • Leaders[citation needed]
    • De facto oligarchy
    • Property
    • Coalitions
    • Collective identities
    • Conflict
    • Cooperative labor
    • Gender roles
    • Males dominate public/political realm
    • Males more aggressive, more prone to lethal violence, more prone to theft
    • Males engage in more coalitional violence
    • Males on average travel greater distances over lifetime
    • Marriage
    • Husband older than wife on average
    • Copulation normally conducted in privacy
    • Incest prevention or avoidance, incest between mother and son unthinkable or tabooed
    • Rape, but rape proscribed
    • Collective decision making
    • Etiquette
    • Inheritance rules
    • Generosity admired, gift giving
    • Redress of wrongs, sanctions
    • Sexual jealousy
    • Shame
    • Territoriality
    • Triangular awareness (assessing relationships among the self and two other people)
    • Some forms of proscribed violence
    • Visiting
    • Trade

    Cultural universal Myth, ritual and aesthetics

    • Magical thinking
    • Use of magic to increase life and win love
    • Beliefs about death
    • Beliefs about disease
    • Beliefs about fortune and misfortune
    • Divination
    • Attempts to control weather
    • Dream interpretation
    • Beliefs and narratives
    • Proverbs, sayings
    • Poetry/rhetorics
    • Healing practices, medicine
    • Childbirth customs
    • Rites of passage
    • Music, rhythm, dance
    • Play
    • Toys, playthings
    • Death rituals, mourning
    • Feasting
    • Body adornment
    • Hairstyles

    Cultural universal Technology

    • Shelter
    • Control of fire
    • Tools, tool making
    • Weapons, spear
    • Containers
    • Cooking
    • Lever
    • Tying material (i.e., something like string), twining (i.e. weaving or similar)

    Cultural universal References


    1. ^ Schacter, Daniel L, Daniel Wegner and Daniel Gilbert. 2007. Psychology. Worth Publishers. pp. 26 - 27
    2. ^ http://stpeter.im/journal/158.html

    Cultural universal Bibliography




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