1. Introduction 3-4 Purpose and questions 4 Method 4 Material and source critique 5 Disposition 5 Background 5-6 Changing cultures1. Introduction 3-4 Purpose and questions 4 Method 4 Material and source critique 5 Disposition 5 Background 5-6 Changing cultures
To explore your own cultural heritage is important for the creation of a complete identity. A person who feels secure and proud of whom he or she is will have the power to demand respect and the right to self-interpretation
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