Ever since I began my study on the universal elements of CULTURE, I’ve question the concept of a SUBCULTURE, more especially the so-called AFRICAN-AMERICAN SUBCULTURE.
I’ve written a few books explaining the universalities of a culture.
And I’ll be honest, the reason I began question the concept of a SUBCULTURE is because the African-Americans are considered a SUBCULTURE.
What is CULTURE?
For this blog, culture is the behavior, habits, and beliefs of a particular social group.
Let’s look at the prefix sub-.
Sub- means under, below, beneath, imperfect, nearly, secondary, slightly, and subordinate to name a few.
So when we hear the title African-American, we are truly hearing about a group of people who are considered imperfect or secondary.
AIN’T DAT SOMETHING?
This is a serious problem because there are approximately 6,000 different languages on this planet. This means there are approximately 6,000 different cultures…
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