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cul·tur·al

 (kŭl′chər-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to culture or cultivation.

cul′tur·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.culturally - with regard to a culture; "culturally integrated"
Translations

culturally

[ˈkʌltʃərəlɪ] ADV [diverse] → culturalmente, desde el punto de vista cultural
to be culturally aware/sensitiveestar pendiente de/sensibilizado con la cultura
culturally, they have much in common with their neighboursculturalmente hablando, tienen mucho en común con sus vecinos

culturally

advkulturell

culturally

[ˈkʌltʃərəlɪ] advculturalmente
References in classic literature ?
On the whole, then, Anglo-Saxon poetry exhibits the limitations of a culturally early age, but it manifests also a degree of power which gives to Anglo-Saxon literature unquestionable superiority over that of any other European country of the same period.
Culturally Responsive Design for English Learners: The UDL Approach
Gloria Ladson-Billings' (1995) ground-breaking work around the theory of culturally relevant pedagogy has shaped the discourse in schools and education programs for over twenty years.
The Culturally Engaging Campus Environments (CECE) Project developed a survey for undergraduates and graduate students that measures nine characteristics of an inclusive campus: cultural familiarity, culturally relevant knowledge, cultural community service, meaningful cross-cultural engagement, cultural validation, collectivist cultural orientations, humanized educational environments, proactive philosophies and holistic support.
The articles contained in this issue of The Journal were written to help meet the needs of nurses in providing both culturally competent and compassionate care, and to help nurses facilitate better patient outcomes.
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In the 1950s, transcultural nursing was introduced as a formal area of study and practice for nurses striving towards providing optimal and culturally appropriate care for patients.
Nursing recognizes culturally competent care as being care that integrates a patient's values, beliefs, and traditions.
This study involved conducting a pilot test of a culturally sensitive support group programme to assist Iraqi women in the year following the birth of their baby in Perth, Western Australia.
African-Americans and Hispanics index high on cultural openness, while people with higher incomes ($75,000 and above) are less culturally open.
At the same time, control groups received basic advice that was not culturally specific.
The second updated edition of The Culturally Proficient School: An Implementation for School Leaders provides a fine update to the first edition and includes new case histories that demonstrate facts about educational diversity, new discussions of skills development, and new ideas for creating a culturally proficient institution.

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