Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. superior court
  • abbr. Supreme Court

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Examples

  • Enculturation is not something done by people in think-tanks in ivory towers and in foreign languages.

    Mzungu! Mzungu!: an appeal for vulnerable western missionaries to Africa

  • Enculturation versus Enskillment - Tim Ingold - Social Anthropology, University of Manchester: Orthodox models of cultural learning rest on the premiss that culture exists as a context-free body of information, available for transmission outside the contexts of its practical application.

    Sterile secular view of life is losing “certainty” making way for a sane and salutary stance

  • Resistance to Enculturation: "Of all of them it may be said that in a certain profound and meaningful sense they resist enculturation and maintain a certain inner detachment from the culture in which they are immersed."

    Writing on Air

  • Enculturation in Latin America: An Anthology, Latin American Center, University of California, Los Angeles, 1976.

    One River

  • Producing Pain: Techniques and Technologies in No-Holds-Barred Fighting Educating the Eyes: Biocultural Anthropology and Physical Education Scaffolding Imitation in Capoeira: Physical Education and Enculturation in an Afro-Brazilian Art

    Neuroanthropology

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