Cultural practices include a broad range of activities, such as religious and spiritual practices, art, medical treatment and customs, diet, interpersonal relationships and child care. Cultural practices vary widely arou... More »

Some examples of cultural practices are Ashura, a Shiite tradition of self-flagellation and the Chinese tradition of walking on burning coals after a wedding ceremony. Another example is endocannibalism, practiced by the... More »

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A parent's rearing practices affect a child's ability to learn and even how that child's brain grows and develops. According to Boundless.com, several cultural factors, such as gender and race, also have an impact on the... More »

Some examples of cultural practices are Ashura, a Shiite tradition of self-flagellation and the Chinese tradition of walking on burning coals after a wedding ceremony. Another example is endocannibalism, practiced by the... More »

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African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native Americans and Hispanic and Latino Americans are examples of cultural groups found in the United States.These cultural groups share cultural practices, traditi... More »

Cultural awareness involves recognizing different beliefs, values and customs that other people have that are based on their origins or upbringings. Cultural awareness positions people to be more successful in both perso... More »

Cultural syncretism is a concept that refers to the social processes by which the beliefs and practices of two unique cultures mix and create new cultural characteristics. These cultural beliefs and practices are exchang... More »