WHAT IS CULTURE FINAL PAPER FINAL FINAL FINAL

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WHAT IS CULTURE Nick Jordan GenEd 110.12 Professor Endacott September 1, 2009
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Culture is a remarkable word that is extremely vast and sophisticated it contributes meaning to all aspects of life on earth. From the growing of microorganisms in biology to the study of anthropology, from art to literature, the vast and ever changing definition of culture is truly infinite. One person’s definition of culture may be completely different from that of my own, which is each individual’s contribution to improving life for the human race. Whether it is a mathematical breakthrough for future scholars, walking an elderly woman across the street, or contributing to our nations food supply, they all have positive impacts on future generations. The world is constantly changing; diversity in present day America is constantly growing more now than at any time in our history. Introducing new traditions, backgrounds, ethnicities, and religions into our homeland right before our very eyes. With this broad new spectrum of viewpoints reflecting rays of intelligence at us, it is up to us to take advantage of the situation
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