Cultural invention  

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A Cultural invention is any new or useful innovation developed by people that is not of a physical construct. Cultural inventions include sets of behaviour adopted by groups of people as useful. They are perpetuated by being passed on to others within the group or outside it. They are also passed on to future groups and generations.

Examples are:

See also

Creativity techniques




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