Subculture Definition

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When talking about culture, we should not forget to mention subculture. Many people often mix those two definitions up. With subculture, a culture within a culture is meant. You could also compare it to those films about American High Schools where everyone belongs to a certain group, those groups represent the subcultures. It is possible to belong to more than one subculture. In a certain society, everyone shares the main culture, but not the same subcultures. The definitions culture and subculture are already defined in chapter one, but in this chapter we are going to dig a little deeper in the differences between them. There is not one culture in one country, because a lot of people migrate to different countries these days. They take…show more content…
In their vision, other religions are just nonsense and actually invaders of the true God. The people who have a certain religion can go really far in making other people convert to their religion. You can see this happening with the terrorist organizations these days. Some people believe their religion is the most important thing in their life and the most insane thing is, that they are willing to give their life for their religion. These people join an organization which says that they do their best to find new people who believe in their religion. However, in the end this is not even humane anymore as they murder people to get more attention and ban other religions. Conflicts between ethnic subcultures often have to do with discrimination and racism. People tend to make a difference between people with for example a different skin color. Some ethnic subcultures think they are more important than other subcultures. This can be seen in 'The Apartheid' in South-Africa. Black people were literally separated from the white people, because the white people thought they were better than black
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