Cultural Boundary Spaces

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All spaces have boundary crossing spaces within them, because all spaces hold conflicting aspects of culture across their history. The previous culture rarely disappears completely. It may be subsumed or marginalized, but it …

Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan‘s insight:

What are boundary crossing spaces?

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