Re: Intracultural variation

Nick Corduan (nickc@DORITE.IQUEST.NET)
Mon, 1 May 1995 15:03:43 -0500

It seems to me to be a bit strange to talk of intracultural variation as being
greater than intercultural variation.

By definition, it seems, if there is too much variation, you are dealing with
separate cultures and hence *inter*-cultural variation, after all.


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