Edited by John B. Davis and Wilfred Dolfsma
Chapter 11: Culture, values and institutions
11 Culture, values and institutions Paul D. Bush Introduction The concept of culture is an idea that receives a variety of formulations across the broad reach of the humanities, fine arts and social sciences, defying all claims of exclusive use by...
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