Super culture

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A Super-culture is a collection of cultures and/or subcultures, that interact with one another, share similar characteristics and collectively have a degree of sense of unity.[citation needed] In other words, Super-culture is a culture encompassing several subcultures with common elements.[1] This is distinct from the concept of Multiculture.

List of Super cultures[edit]

List of Super-cultures:

  • rave - In modern society, rave is described as a culture closely defined as a super culture.[2][3]
  • Steampunk - it is fast becoming a super-culture rather than a mere subculture.[4]
  • Foodtruck collectives & Pop-up Restaurants + Shops.

Some Ancient cultures that are also considered (termed) "Super-culture":

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Culture and History, by Philip Bagby
  2. ^ „Die Elektronische Invasion. Rave – aus der Subkultur in die Superkultur“ Benjamin Franz Jochum, University of Copenhagen, 2012.
  3. ^ The Subculture Reader, Ken Gelder, 2005
  4. ^ "Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo 2012 Panel Schedule, Saturday, September 15" (PDF). Comikaze Expo. Sep 2012.