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OpenStudy (smurfy14):

Can a person/individual be diverse from a group of people? @Mathematics

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Uhh... I dont see why not =)

hero (hero):

Can who be a what from where?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

this isn't math related hahaha. And the answer is yes, its human nature to be different. We all have different opinions, physique, and attributes. We are inherently diverse!

hero (hero):

Can a what be a where from who?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I like the question but it's a bit generic, are you looking for specifics on how it can happen or are you looking for an example of what that seperation looks like in application? The argument could be made that any one person, regardless of where they were raised or whom they were raised around, has an individual identity and that immediately sets them apart from the group. But, it's also recognized that what one defines as their individual diversity is already found within the group dynamic. Meaning that they can be diverse from other people on an individual level but even in their assumed diversity, they are still members of the same society/culture. Alot of what we recognize as diversity is generally superficial only. What really defines individual diversity is cultural diversity. If you want a clear example, look at how individual diversity was developed in Native American tribes (or existing tribal cultures today) and then compare that to how individual diversity is "developed" in European/American culture.

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