Related formsac·cul·tur·a·tion·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for acculturation
His family is a case study in the acculturation process he now trumpets.
It took a lot of taming, or acculturation, for sex to become an intimate affair.
Among historical peoples, on the other hand, acculturation has been called assimilation.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
Here is one possible scenario: Students approach centers of interactive education after the initial phase of acculturation.
Acculturation by borrowing has played an important rle in the development of North American Indian ideas and institutions.
The history of acculturation—the effect of the presence of civilization upon savagery.
Culture definitions for acculturation
The learning of the ideas, values, conventions, and behavior that characterize a social group. (See socialization.) Acculturation is also used to describe the results of contact between two or more different cultures; a new, composite culture emerges, in which some existing cultural features are combined, some are lost, and new features are generated. Usually one culture is dominant (as in the case of colonization).