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In the previous chapter, I have tried to outline two complementary ways in which cultural identity can be conceived by social actors. In one, 'cultures' are understood as discrete entities attached to social groups as exclusive legacies, thereby differentiating these groups from one another. In another, culture is a transactional resource intended for circulation between social groups, and groups are thereby connected to one another principally by networks of cultural commonalities and resemblances. Introduction In the previous chapter, I have tried to outline two complementary ways in which cultural identity can be conceived by social actors. In one, 'cultures' are understood as discrete entities attached to social groups as exclusive leg
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