The Malays: Their Promblems and Future

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According to anthropologists, cultures eventually become fixed traditions and stop changing. (T/F) The idea of universal, inalienable human rights that are superior to the laws and customs of particular cultures challenges the notion of cultural relativism. (T/F) Culture is a key environmental force in determining how human bodies grow and develop. (T/F) Cultural generalities may arise through independent invention, when people in different societies devise similar solutions to comparable problems or challenges. (T/F) the world's linguistic diversity has been cut in half over the past 500 years.

Pages: 248

Publisher: Islamic Book Trust (July 1, 2009)

ISBN: 9839541617

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