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2) Application Development Promotion and Cultural Diffusion Stock citizen:
Due to cultural diffusion and emigration from these areas, samosas are today also prepared in other regions across the globe.
As remaining populations become more isolated, there will be fewer opportunities for gene flow and cultural diffusion.
I am researching this process and documenting how the model began and how cultural knowledge and interaction styles were created in these contexts and shared through cultural diffusion with others.
Quamrul Ashrafand Oded Galor, Brown University, "Cultural Assimilation, Cultural Diffusion, and the Origin of the Wealth of Nations"
Beijing Secular Bird Culture and Art Development Center is an all-around cultural diffusion company in China in artist development, interpretation organization, music production and offline music distribution in China.
For de Grazia, imperialism invariably involves cultural diffusion and the adoption of the cultural artifacts of the imperial power.
Yet the approach pursued by both authors implies a notion of linear cultural diffusion (both temporally and spatially) that flies in the face of recent scholarship of Russia aimed at the recovery of regional and provincial histories as more than pale reflections of developments in the capital cities.