- alien, foreign
- indigenous, native
- local, national
- African, black, Greek, Western, world, etc.
- These ideas have always been central to Western culture
- rural, urban
- Prisoners are isolated from the wider culture of society at large
- bourgeois, working-class, etc.
- street, youth
- As young people started to have more money, a significant youth culture developed
- dance, drug, football, etc.
- academic, business, company, corporate, intellectual, legal, political, professional, religious, scientific, etc.
- the political culture of the United States
- capitalist, computer, consumer, enterprise, materialistic, etc.
- the development of the enterprise culture in Britain
VERB + CULTURE
- assimilate (sb into)
- The Romans gradually assimilated the culture of the people they had conquered. Newcomers to the company are soon assimilated into the culture
- create, develop, foster, produce
- The new director is trying to foster a culture of open communication within the company
CULTURE + NOUN
- a country containing many language and culture groups
- She experienced great culture shock when she first came to Europe
- in a/the ~
- In some cultures children have an important place
- ~ of
- The social security system has been accused of producing a culture of dependency
- contemporary, modern
- mass, pop, popular
- literary, oral
- Jokes are an important part of our popular, oral culture
- a man/woman of culture
- She is a woman of wide culture