A General Theory of Culture and Cultural Dynamics

  • the more likely it consists of mostly individuals of one “tribe”
  • the less likely it is to change as the individuals are adapted to the culture
  • the more likely it consists of individuals of all “tribes”
  • the more likely it is to change as the individuals not completely adapted to the culture

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