noncultural

noncultural

(ˌnɒnˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
not cultural
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An article in L'Orient le Jour cites an unnamed Beirut Municipality source as claiming that Citerne's permit wasn't renewed because the space was "exploited for nonartistic and noncultural purposes ...
He confirmed the relative poverty of the French-Canadians even though he emphasized noncultural factors, such as access to urban markets, to explain the differences.
A corporation's leadership may exert its authority to establish norms of behavior within the firm, but a corporation's employees also bring their preexisting values to the workplace, and all of the actors in this drama have some resistance to cultural sway for noncultural, internal reasons.
Instead, media archaeology operates as a sibling field, paradoxically opening cultural studies to the "noncultural dimensions of the technological regime" (2013, p.
The fact that our gaze is directed by monkeys rather than humans links all this directly to the noncultural, biologically based elements of what is going on here.
Critics note that the emphasis on national and local governments, including state and local government schools and even noncultural government agencies, opens the National Endowment for Culture and the Arts (Nefca), from where the NCCA grants budget is sourced, to just about any government entity, and effectively arrogates the fund, which is meant to benefit artists and cultural workers, to the state, enabling it to play patronage politics and even curtail creative expression and freedom of dissent.
Such theory, but its very nature, presumes that women cannot really say why they like these books; and also that there is within the culutrally constructed woman a "real" (i.e., noncultural) self tapped into during the reading process.
In so doing he underestimates the dominant role of noncultural factors such as tropical disease.
Labor income is derived from employment in the noncultural sector and the cultural sector, where [w.sup.nc] and [w.sup.c] are the wage rates and [n.sup.nc] and [n.sup.c] the household's labor allocations such that its time constraint (with total time per period normalized to one) given by:
Despite the impact of cultural variables on corporate policies, the consistently significant MSA fixed effects for both capital structure variables therefore suggest that the fixed effect of firm location might be attributed to some noncultural effect.
diversity in noncultural dimensions, such as sexuality, disability