Imitation and Traditions: Evaluation the effectiveness of ethnic identity culture on Architecture
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Keywords

Architecture
ethnic identity culture
rapid urbanization

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Amer, M. (2022). Imitation and Traditions: Evaluation the effectiveness of ethnic identity culture on Architecture. The Academic Research Community Publication, 6(1), 39–49. https://doi.org/10.21625/archive.v6i1.878

Abstract

This paper discusses the phenomenon of rapid urbanization and modernity that has omitted communities’ traditions. It evaluates the effectiveness of closing in on the sentience of ethics identity, it also presents solutions and instructions that create the balance between tradition and imitation, to conserve the history of our cities and social behaviors.

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