How African Valued Culture Has Been Influenced By Western Nations

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African culture varies from place to place, and consist of a combination of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the Africans in diaspora.

African culture is seen in its creative arts and crafts, method of doing things and religion, clothing, cuisine, music and languages. Africa is so full of valued culture and traditions; it is not only changing from one country to another, but within a single country. Many more cultures have been discovered, even though African cultures are diverse, it seem to have many similarities when closely studied. For instance, the morals they share, their love and respect for their culture as well as the strong respect they hold for the aged kings and Chiefs.

Over the years, Africa has influenced and has been influenced by other continents. This can be portrayed in the willingness to adapt to the ever changing modern world rather than staying rooted to their static culture and traditions. Some of the Westernized, persuaded by European culture and Christianity, first denied African traditional culture, but with the increase of African nationalism, a cultural recovery occurred. The governments of most African countries encourage national dance and music groups, museums, and to some extent, artists and writers.

Culture varies from place to place, and consist of a combination of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa. African culture is seen in its creative arts and crafts, method of doing things and religion, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.Africa is so full of valued culture and traditions; it is not only changing from one country to another, but within a single country. Many more cultures have been discovered, even though African cultures are diverse, it seem to have many similarities when closely studied. For instance, the morals they share, their love and respect for their culture as well as the strong respect they hold for the aged Chiefs.

Over the years, Africanshas influenced and has been influenced by other continents. This can be portrayed in the willingness to adapt to the ever changing modern world rather than staying rooted to their static culture and traditions. Some of the Westernized, persuaded by European culture and Christianity, first denied African traditional culture, but with the increase of Africans, a cultural recovery occurred. The governments of most African countries encourage national dance and music groups, museums, and to some extent, artists and writers.

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