Four useful ways of thinking about culture - (Te Ao Hou - No. 32 September 1960)

Four useful ways of thinking about culture - (Te Ao Hou - No. 32 September 1960)
Date
September 1960
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Maori Affairs DepartmentMaori Affairs Department
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Te Ao Hou
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Of all the slippery words in common use few can be as variable in meaning as this word ‘culture’. One anthropological survey lists 160 definitions and there is endless confusion in discussions, public and private, professional and lay, because people either do not define their concepts, or are inconsistent in their usage. Part of the trouble is tha...
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Te Ao Hou - No. 32 (September 1960)
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