Oceanian culture

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The Oceanian culture refers to the arts and other manifestations of human activities and achievements in Oceanian and surrounding regions regarded collectively.[citation needed] Due to immigration from Europe since the 17th century, Oceanian culture saw an increasing amount of influence from Western culture.[1]

Art[edit]

Main article: Oceanian art

Theatre[edit]

Main article: Theatre in Oceania

Architecture[edit]

Cinema[edit]

Main article: Cinema of Oceania

Music[edit]

Television[edit]

Main article: Television in Oceania

Mythology and folklore[edit]

Languages[edit]

Main article: Languages of Oceania

Literature[edit]

Main article: Oceanian literature

Religion[edit]

Main article: Religion in Oceania

Clothing[edit]

Main article: Clothing in Oceania

Cuisine[edit]

Main article: Oceanian cuisine

Sport[edit]

Main article: Sport in Oceania

Symbols[edit]

Main article: Symbols of Oceania

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nature, Culture and History: The "Knowing" of Oceania, p 57, K. R. Howe - 2000

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