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Author Topic: What recognition (if any) is given to individuals having their own culture?  (Read 547 times)

Offline Cosmos

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Can one person have a culture? Or must they be included with other individuals of a group?
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I think one man or woman can very much have his/her own culture - especially where that individual culture gets take up by others and edges towards being widespread and mainstream.

I was thinking of John Lennon.  Not everyone might like or even agree with his cultural on life take but you have to admit he was well on the way to creating his own culture.
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I think one man or woman can very much have his/her own culture - especially where that individual culture gets take up by others and edges towards being widespread and mainstream.

I was thinking of John Lennon.  Not everyone might like or even agree with his cultural on life take but you have to admit he was well on the way to creating his own culture.

I'm thinking more along the lines of legal recognition .
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