Examples of cultural groups present in the United States include African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native Americans, and Hispanic and Latino Americans.
These cultural groupings share with the members of the cultural group cultural practises, traditions, histories, and cultural group identities.
Cultural norms are a component of cultural groupings that alter how members of the group communicate and interact. Cultural norms facilitate communication by offering a point of reference that everyone can use, saving people from having to make up new rules every time they encounter a new person.
All civilizations share commonalities and variances in their cultural norms. Committee meetings, dinner parties, and brainstorming sessions are a few examples of these cultural standards’ different subcategories.
In the past, culture was restricted to and defined by a single nation state. Culture is no longer restricted to a single nation state thanks to the globalised globe and the melting pot society present in the United States and many other nations. For instance, Pacific Islander cultural groups can be found throughout Asia, Europe, and the US.
People can communicate across boundaries and share their cultural customs thanks to technology. Instead of a specific country state, culture is now classified based on similar values, ideas, and perspectives on the world.