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FARTHER WEST
CHINESE POPULAR CULTURE
RENOWNED MUSIC FESTIVALS
AGRICULTURE
ARNOLD
EGYPT
FRENCH LANGUAGE
TUNIS
PEOPLE
MATTHEW ARNOLD
SUBCULTURE
MOZARABIC
HIGH CULTURE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "High Culture"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. High culture is a term referring to the "best of breed" (from some elitist viewpoint) cultural products. (Web site)

Farther West

  1. The singers, poets, painters and teachers who gave Herat its reputation as a center of high culture and education have fled to Iran or farther west. (Web site)

Chinese Popular Culture

  1. Being a symbol of high culture, the qin has inevitably been used as a prop in much of Chinese popular culture to varying degrees of accuracy.

Renowned Music Festivals

  1. Those interested in high culture will enjoy the renowned music festivals like Wratislavia Cantans and the Warsaw Autumn.

Agriculture

  1. Developed a high culture without the benefit of agriculture, pottery, or influence of ancient Mexican civilizations. (Web site)

Arnold

  1. Arnold saw high culture as a force for moral and political good, and in various forms this view remains widespread, though far from uncontested. (Web site)

Egypt

  1. With the Third Dynasty, Egypt entered into the five centuries of high culture known as the Pyramid Age.

French Language

  1. For many people in Hong Kong, the French language stands for high culture.

Tunis

  1. Amjed Kilifi, a carpet dealer in Tunis, is all business, and he doesn't appear to be the kind of guy to take "high culture" too seriously. (Web site)

People

  1. People lacking "culture" often seemed more "natural," and observers often defended (or criticized) elements of high culture for repressing " human nature ".
  2. High culture simply refers to the objects, symbols, norms, values, and beliefs of a particular group of people; popular culture does the same.

Matthew Arnold

  1. The authors attempt to outline a notion of high culture and its role within education, following a broad modern tradition springing from Matthew Arnold.

Subculture

  1. It has been said by culture theorists that both high culture and low culture are subculture s.

Mozarabic

  1. Because Mozarabic was not a language of high culture it didn't have an official script. (Web site)

High Culture

  1. France has played an important role for centuries as a cultural center, with Paris as a world center of high culture.
  2. It has been said by culture theorists that both high culture and low culture are subcultures.

Categories

  1. Mozarabic
  2. World Center
  3. Society > Culture > Cultures > Popular Culture
  4. Society > Culture > Cultures > Subcultures
  5. Farther West
  6. Books about "High Culture" in Amazon.com

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