address the following:
Why do some cultures engage in honor killings?
Do non-group members have the right to interfere with other cultures when it comes to long-standing cultural practices? What happens to the culture when others interfere?
Most cultural groups developed their cultural practices in relative isolation, and as mentioned in the text, these practices often served a practical role. When cultural groups have maintained radical or \”harmful\” practices that have not evolved, how might the members of the group be impacted? State some examples of \”harmful\” practices. How do the antiquated practices affect the members of the group when there is little outside influence?
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