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behaviors and beliefs related to art, leisure, and play
the application of imagination, skill, and style to matter, movement, and sound that goes beyond what us purely practical
culturally specific definitions of what art is
rare, expensive art, produced by artists usually trained in the western classical tradition
Art of people who have had no formal, academic training, but whose works are part of an established tradition of style and craftsmanship.
The study of signs and symbols- how expression relates to broader cultural meaning. Study of how signs represent a greater meaning than just or simply the surface form.
the study of a society's music in the terms of its cultural setting
It is an unnecessary activity, serves no utilitarian purpose, limited in terms of time, it has rules, it may contain chance and tension
It s an unnecessary activity, serves no utilitarian purpose, limited in terms of time. Lacks rules, tension, and chance
Material cultural heritage
the sites, monuments, buildings, and moveable objects considered to have outstanding value to humanity
Intangible cultural heritage
UNESCO's view of culture as manifested in oral traditions, languages, performing arts, rituals and festive events, knowledge and practices about nature and the universe, and craftmaking
the following of a group of ideals, standards, and rules, that are defined by your cultural groups
The covering of a person's body according to the code of decency of that person's society
The constellations of attributes that Hasidic girls begin to develop between HAsidic ENglish and Hasidic Yiddish, Their speakers,and the context in which these languages are used.
living example of
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