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Categories: Arts, Social class subcultures, Culture, Academic culture, High society
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high culture  elite culture  high-art  high art  high literature
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In a society, high culture encompasses cultural objects of aesthetic value, which a society collectively esteem as being exemplary works of art, and the intellectual works of literature and music, history and philosophy, which a society consider representative of their culture. Wikipedia
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In a society, high culture encompasses cultural objects of aesthetic value, which a society collectively esteem as being exemplary works of art, and the intellectual works of literature and music, history and philosophy, which a society consider representative of their culture. Wikipedia
Form of culture, opposite of popular culture, that is accepted and valued by opinion-elites Wikidata
The artistic entertainment and material artifacts associated with a society's aristocracy or most learned members, usually requiring significant education to be appreciated or highly skilled labor to be produced. Wiktionary
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