microcultural

microcultural

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
(Biology) relating to microculture
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Today they make up nearly 6% (just over 18 million) and are the fastest growing microcultural group in the U.S.
More than just a fitness brand, Peloton also has become something of a microcultural phenomenon.
We also acknowledge that we are all culturally diverse as individuals as well as within the national, regional, and microcultural communities in which we participate.
Microcultural Analysis of Variation in Sharing of Causal Reasoning about Behavior.
Audience-centered inquiries explored the extent to which audiences in different cultural and microcultural contexts "read" texts in distinctive ways so that even an elitist text was available to audiences for decoding in subversive ways.
Process for the 3d Virtual Reconstruction of a Microcultural Heritage Artifact Obtained by Synchrotron Radiation CT Technology Using Open Source and Free Software, Journal of Cultural Heritage, 13, 5.
En el dominio microcultural, las categorias se relacionaron con los amigos, la familia y el entorno escolar.
Geoscape can greatly assist in the identification and analysis of these microcultural differences," Phyllis Woolley-Roy, director of multicultural marketing at AstraZeneca, says.
Dai o reforco do local, do microcultural, do territorio e dos respectivos indicadores dos micronichos que devem ser regulados e medidos.