Culture and diversity

April 2010

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Culture and diversity

Volume 39, No.4, April 2010 Pages 181-181

Rachel Lee

‘Culture’ is such a broad term; ‘the sum total of ways of living built up by a group of human beings, which is transmitted from one generation to another’.1 Having lived in inner Melbourne and travelled extensively I felt I was fairly familiar with different cultures. I had a good working knowledge of different religious beliefs, had been to numerous cultural festivals, had friends of different sexual orientations, conversed comfortably with people from different occupational and socioeconomic groups, had a vague understanding of different national dress, and had eaten lots of fabulous food from many different countries and traditions.

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