CARTA: Human and Non-Human Cultures: Cultural Universals
Premiere Date: 1/25/2010; 59 minutes

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In this edition of CARTA's Human and Non-Human Cultures Series, renowned researchers Donald Brown of UC Santa Barbara and UC San Diego's Jonathan Friedman and Rupert Stasch discuss universal qualities that distinguish human cultures from non-human cultures, how order naturally emerges in the world of humans and non-humans to become their respective cultures, and how reflexivity and the use of culture is important to creating culture and its norms. (#17350)

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