interculture

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

inter- +‎ culture

Noun[edit]

interculture (plural intercultures)

  1. (sociology) A new culture formed by the merging of aspects of existing cultures.
    • 2008, Glyn M. Rimmington, Mara Alagic, Third Place Learning
      As one is exposed to customs and practices of different cultures throughout one's life, one evolves through new intercultures. The intercultures may be regarded as steps within a continuing nonlinear process of cultural negotiation. This process involves a combination of retaining previous rules and practices, adapting some from the previous interculture and adopting some from the other culture.
    • 2013, Simone Krüger, Ruxandra Trandafoiu, The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Music Migration and Tourism
      The practice of humbling oneself in the process of deep listening is a profound experience at the heart of affinity intercultures, the global, political, highly musical networks that happen when musicians of different backgrounds get together to play (Stanyek 2004a, 93).
    • 2016, Elizabeth Maddock Dillon, Michael Drexler, The Haitian Revolution and the Early United States
      Murdock's play stages a struggle over the character of America's rising youth, setting its conflicts in an early national Philadelphia profoundly altered by slave revolt and the presence of problematic Creole intercultures.

Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

interculture f

  1. plural of intercultura