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Vernacular culture

Vernacular culture is the

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  2. ^ Douillet, Catherine (Summer 2008). "Constructing Vernacular Culture in the Trans-Caribbean (review)". Anthropological Quarterly 81 (3): 741–746.  
  3. ^ Chen, Lee Ban. "Vernacular Education System and the Left (Part 1)". Critical Thinking Circle. Retrieved 30 August 2013. 


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Some of these activities, such as gardens, family albums, and grave memorials, will be organized on a family basis. Larger activities are usually organized through informal variations of the British committee system, consisting of a chairman, secretary, treasurer, agenda, minutes, and an annual meeting with elections based on a quorum.

One could also include the design of home-made vernacular signage and notices


The term is used in the modern study of subcultures and religious cultures.

Such culture is generally engaged in on a non-profit and voluntary basis, and is almost never funded by the state [3] One feature of culture is that it is informal.[2].elite of an high culture people, as distinct from the [1]

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