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- Sociological research for AIDS about different cultural groups
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Science & Information Technology, School of Psychology
- Culture is created by mankind, but it all the time have an impact on human society. Whether it is the human political, economic or social life, are all subject to cultural constraints, and was deeply marked the cultural imprint. In fact, since the inception of human society, culture, in development has been affected and changed human society, and it is exactly because of cultural influences, will have today's human civilization. In the development of human society throughout history, human beings created culture, the development of culture, and culture in turn affect human thinking, attitudes and behavior. Ideas, attitudes and behavior change has led to the creation of human culture, and produce a new culture will once again make human beings change, and thus promoting social progress. Can be made that the human and cultural relations are complementary. Culture is created by mankind, no human would be no flourishing of culture, without culture and prosperity, there can be a modern human civilization. To some extent, the cultural influence has already infiltrated all aspects of human life. Whether or basic necessities of human disease and health, all with deep cultural scene. Especially in today's society have an enormous impact of AIDS, it is with deep cultural imprinting.
- Sichuan University Press
social aspects of disease;
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