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cultural relativity
NOUN [SOCIOLOGY.]
1.
a concept that cultural norms and values derive their meaning within a specific social context.
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Cultural relativism - Wikipedia

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Cultural relativism is the principle that an individual's beliefs and activities should be understood by others in terms of that individual's own culture.

Cultural Relativism - Philosophy

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Cultural Relativism - Can the notions of ethics and morality be viewed through different lenses? Can everyone be right? Find out here.

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Cultural Relativism - Cultural Relativism - Moral, situational and cognitive relativism. Relative truth. Pluralism, tolerance and subjectivity. Right and wrong ...

Cultural relativism | Define Cultural relativism at Dictionary.com

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Cultural relativism definition, a concept that cultural norms and values derive their meaning within a specific social context. See more.

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Cultural relativism is widely accepted in modern anthropology. Cultural relativists believe that all cultures are worthy in their own right and are of equal value.

What is Cultural Relativism? - About Sociology

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Dec 17, 2015 ... Cultural relativism refers to the idea that the values, knowledge, and behavior of people must be understood within their own cultural context.

Definition of Cultural Relativism | Chegg.com

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Cultural relativism is the principle of regarding the beliefs, values, and practices of a culture from the viewpoint of that culture itself. Originating in the work of ...

Cultural Relativism - Anthropology - Oxford Bibliographies

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Jun 25, 2013 ... Montaigne's essay foreshadowed the emergence in early 20th-century American anthropology of the principle of cultural relativism in a more ...