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What choices is defined as the attitude held by the members of a culture that theirs is the only true right and best way to view and act in the world?
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What is individualistic culture?
An individualistic culture is a culture in which the members' primary focus is that of themselves and their immediate families. In contrast to collectivistic cultures where the members are concerned more with the well being of the group than their own well being. USA is a highly individualistic culture.
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What are Strong culture and weak culture?
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How does culture affects your food choice?
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