Go through the list of cultures and co-cultures below and describe how they influence your life. What impact do they have? How do you benefit or not benefit from being part of the particular culture or co-culture? If you were describing your culture, which cultures and co-cultures listed below have the greated impact on your life currently, and which have less impact?
Social Class/Income of family
Region/province, urban, rural
Re-examine the list and choose which cultures or co-cultures do you share with your friends, classmates, and teachers. Which cultures or co-cultures do you differ from your friends, classmates, and teachers. Use the Venn diagram below to show similarities and differences.
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