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  1. Ethnoculture is a part of the socio-cultural background that has historically expressed significance. The totality of ethnocultures creates diversity and interweaving in a supra-ethnic culture, thus, ethnocultures can be considered as elements of a” supra-ethnic culture ” that develop independently or lose their identity.

  2. Ethnoculture is a set of traditional values, attitudes, and behavioral characteristics embodied in the material, spiritual, and social life of an ethnic group, formed in the past, developing in historical sociodynamics, and constantly enriching the culture with ethnic specifics in various forms of people's self-realization.

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