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It includes language use (ever heard an older person misuse slang) and object use (how we use cultural artifacts), etc.    Edward Hall discusses this concept in his books The Silent Language (1959) and Hidden Dimensions (1966). He wasn't sure he liked the speculative gleam in her eyes as he ushered her out of his office, but at least she wasn't crying. It sometimes took years to accumulate the things needed for a big potlatch. DVD X3252 Tzotil elders explain the significance of traditional music and the role of musicians in their communities and talk about the influence of western music and dress on youth and express their hopes that indigenous youth will maintain their traditions and culture. 2002. 17 min.

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