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culturally advantaged

euphemism Wealthy; elite. This event is only for the culturally advantaged members of society, so you common folk are not welcome here.

culturally deprived

euphemism Impoverished; lower class. Culturally deprived people like us are shunned from a lot of places on this side of town.
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culturally advantaged

Euph. rich; upper-class. I can't deny I had a culturally advantaged upbringing. The charity appealed to culturally advantaged people to donate time and money to those less fortunate.

culturally deprived

 and culturally disadvantaged
Euph. poor; lower-class. Joe is working at a summer camp for culturally deprived children. Jane grew up in a culturally disadvantaged neighborhood.
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Exhibitions to help people understand the history of various cultural groups and the influence on their own identities.
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Before 1950 there were several statutes for the preservation of important fine arts and cultural heritage.
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The cultural infrastructure comprises 214 cultural centers, 400 cultural committees, 18 music institutes, 381 public libraries, 4 dramatic art centers, as well as 375 summer festivals.
Meanwhile, some cultural libertarians are concerned about constraints on individual freedom from government as well as from traditionalist familial, religious, and community institutions--the same civil institutions that conservatives see as necessary for ordered liberty to thrive.
In a letter Friday to VCC President and CEO Jim Kinsey, Zine repeatedly expressed his ``frustration'' and ``disappointment'' with the Department of Cultural Affairs.
2003), it is thus hypothesized that the four dimensions of cultural orientation will affect student satisfaction with collaborative learning.
The author also makes use of the notion of culture-clash to suggest that American cultural diffusion faced two powerful countervailing cultural forces, namely fascism and communism, but that it ultimately defeated them.
City of Culture: New Architecture for the Arts," an exhibition presented by the Center for Architecture and the Alliance for the Arts, charts the extraordinary growth of New York's vibrant cultural landscape, and celebrates the excellence and diversity of architectural design that is helping to transform New York City into a global architectural capital.
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Cultural diversity is a significant feature of the social context in which career development and work behavior occur (Sue, Parham, & Santiago, 1998).