Accounting for “subjective culture”
Subjective Culture (Summary)The influential cross-cultural psychologist Harry Triandis noted that culture can be divided into material or objective culture and subjective culture.
- Material culture refers to products made by man, such as dress and tools.
- Subjective culture, is the intangible part of culture, which could include ideas, attitudes, assumptions, and beliefs.
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