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Whipmaking, knifemaking, saddlery, trapmaking, split-oak basketmaking, and quilting are still vital and practiced by many. African culture today is varied and diverse yet a common thread latches these diverse cultures into one African family. Restrictions vary by state, but most are for the sake of practicality (for example: limiting the number of characters due to limitations in record keeping software).

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Most countries include a mosaic of many cultural communities. cultural components - Attributes that vary from culture to culture, including religion, language, architecture, cuisine, technology, music, dance, sports, medicine, dress, gender roles, laws, education, government, agriculture, economy, grooming, values, work ethic, etiquette, courtship, recreation, and gestures. cultural diffusion - The spread of a culture and/or an individual trait, and the factors that account for such a spread. cultural dissonance - Elements of discord or lack of agreement within a culture. cultural ecology - The interactions between a culture and its physical environment. cultural geography - A branch of geography that focuses on cultural traits, the impact of material and nonmaterial human culture on the environment, and the human organization of space. cultural interaction - The interconnectedness of various cultural components. cultural landscape - The natural landscape as modified by human activities and bearing the imprint of a culture group or society including buildings, shrines, signage, sports and recreational facilities, economic and agricultural structures, transportation systems, etc. cultural practices - Ways of life that are unique to the inhabitants of a particular area. cultural stereotype - The misrepresentation of a culture that often involves a particular people's clothing, food, and/or shelter, and most often rests on the notion that certain people live pretty much as did their distant ancestors (e.g., the Inuits are portrayed dressed in animal skins, carrying spears, and living in igloos with dog sleds parked outside; in reality, modern Inuits live much like other North Americans). cultural traits - Distinguishing features of a culture such as language, dress, religion, values, and an emphasis on family; these traits are shared throughout that culture. culture - The total way of life held in common by a group of people, including technology, traditions, language, and social roles The Last Straw.

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