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|2.0 An Overview
2.4 Cultural rather Anthropoculture - The Rearing of Healthy Human Beings.
Not the narcissism of affluent or socialist societies where children are
raised by wet-nurses, baby- sitters, day- care and bottle- fed.
2.5 History of Society
2.6 Islamic Alarms
2.8 Some Problems To Work On
The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
|back-ground||PRONUNCIATION:||bkground||OTHER FORMS:||background -Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â VERB|
|1. The ground or scenery located behind something. 2a. The part of a pictorial representation that appears to be in the distance and that provides relief for the principal objects in the foreground. b. The general scene or surface against which designs, patterns, or figures are represented or viewed. 3. A position or area of relative inconspicuousness or unimportance. 4. The circumstances and events surrounding or leading up to an event or occurrence. 5. A person's experience, training, and education: Her background in the arts is impressive.|
|background - personal home culture, personal culture and life's experiences.|
|background - A person's experience, training, education, Anthropoculture and social environment in which a person was brought up and has lived.|
|ETYMOLOGY:||back - [Dutch bak, from French bac, from Old French, boat, from Vulgar Latin *baccus,
vessel, probably of Celtic origin.]
ground - [Middle English, from Old English grund.]
What do we have to start with?