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Cult. Anthropology-30790 Reflections #1 On a typical bus ride, one may notice but not really ponder the arrangement of the chairs, the choice seating of the riders, or even the concept of not invading another’s privacy by sitting at another, more secluded area of the vehicle. Even in the first few steps one may not even acknowledge the driver, whom all activity is impossible without, and rather routinely slip the money into the holder and casually sit down. These are just a few aspects of how our culture has come to adapt to this daily routine. Even while scratching the surface, some questions may arise: Why are the behaviors of people in our society so alike during this practice? How is it that in such a society that has come as far as we have, ethnocentrically speaking, is so secluded in such simple tasks as communication? As a member of this society I have noticed that people of this society have very low spatial tolerances toward unfamiliar faces which a cause of antisocial behavior. So, under
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