1 customs, ideas, beliefs, etc.
ancient , primitive
modern , traditional
alien , foreign
indigenous , native
local , national
global , world
black , Greek , Islamic , Western , etc.
These ideas have always been central to Western ~.
rural , urban
mainstream , underground
diverse , vibrant
bourgeois , working-class , etc.
street , youth
As young people started to have more money, a significant youth ~ developed.
dance , hip-hop , rock , etc.
computer , drug , football ( BrE )
legal , political , scientific , etc.
the political ~ of the US
company , corporate , organizational
business , professional
academic , intellectual
religious , secular
capitalist , commercial , consumer , enterprise , materialistic , etc.
the development of the enterprise ~
Prisoners are isolated from the wider ~ of society at large.
verb + culture
The Romans gradually assimilated the ~ of the people they had conquered.
Newcomers to the company are soon assimilated into the ~.
immigrants who embrace American ~
build , create , develop , foster , produce , shape
The new director is trying to foster a ~ of open communication within the company.
change , transform
The computer has changed the ~ of the design profession.
Children need to learn to understand ~s other than their own.
maintain , preserve
The paintings reflect African American ~.
culture + verb
culture + noun
a country containing many language and ~ groups
She experienced great ~ shock when she first came to Europe.
clash , wars ( esp. AmE )
in a/the ~
In some ~s children have an important place.
a clash of ~s
a ~ of fear , a ~ of secrecy , a ~ of violence
2 art, literature, music, etc
contemporary , modern , postmodern
mass , pop , popular
literary , musical , oral , print
Jokes are an important part of our popular oral ~.
a man of ~ , a woman of ~