culturally culturally  /ˈkəl tʃə rə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with regard to a culture

Usage(s):

  1. The country I grew up in was culturally united, even if it was racially divided.
  2. We're culturally formed to be citizens of two worlds, public and private.
  3. The country's transition from authoritarianism has proved that as a democracy, Indonesia can be culturally vibrant and economically prosperous.

News

  1. Bilingual cops make a connection in North Jersey communities

    North Jersey police departments, including Clifton, Bergenfield and Hackensack, have become more culturally diverse, hiring officers who speak second languages. But adding more Latino and Asian officers and learning key Spanish phrases may not always be enough to break down barriers between immigrants and local law enforcement.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Record

  2. 'Jihawg Ammo' Offers Pork-Painted Bullets to Shoot Muslims

    The conspiracy website WorldNetDaily is promoting a company in Idaho that sells bullets coated with "pork-infused paint" that are supposed to "deter Islamists from martyrdom." The company, Jihawg Ammo, is apparently playing on the Islamic tradition of not eating pork, hatred of Muslims and love of guns. WorldNetDaily reports: A company in northern Idaho has come up with a culturally sensitive ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Opposing Views

  3. How shows like 'Mad Men,' 'Vikings' deal with less progressive pasts

    Creators of historical dramas like 'Copper' and 'Downton Abbey' know they have to walk a fine line when it comes to culturally sensitive (or not) portrayals. When Ato Essandoh was offered the role of an African American doctor in Civil War-era New York City for BBC America's "Copper," he almost did a double-take. "My first thing was I had to look it up," he says. "Lots of people didn't really ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

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