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What does it mean that culture is all-encompassing?
By describing culture as all-encompassing, anthropologists are referring to the fact that culture not only includes, but is largely responsible for all human behavior. It is my opinion that humans, for the most part, can be characterized as a sum of their learned behaviors. There are, however, some human behaviors, such as eating, drinking, and reproducing, that are often assumed to be instinctual. I feel, however, that they may not be. Humans are born with biological needs to eat and drink along with an innate desire for reproduction, which is visible in all cultures, but the expression o…
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