What Are Social Customs?

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Social customs infer to the behaviours and mannerism of a given people. These customs would vary from one society to the next and in most cases, there are a set given standards as to how one is expected to behave in a particular setting. Examples of British customs include punctuality and shaking hands when being introduced to someone.
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