EuropeansThe shared cultural elements and norms of European cultures.
FandomVarious fans of popular culture such as science fiction or manga fans tend to share a sense of empathy and camaraderie. They also share traditions and pastimes such as cosplay.
Business CultureBusiness norms and behaviors have similarities across cultures that result from the international footprint of large firms. It is common to have people from 50+ countries working at a single firm within a shared organizational culture.
DevelopersSoftware developers enjoy a shared set of norms, vocabularies and inside jokes that span cultures. Other professions such as engineers and scientists also have remarkably global professional cultures.
GamersVideo game enthusiasts represent a wide variety of subcultures that share common elements that might be considered a super culture.
University CultureUniversities from one country to the next often have a similar environment and spirit. Cosmopolitanism is a term for people who seek broad cultural experience. The term is often accused of being elitist and is associated with the urban culture of large international cities such as Paris, New York, London, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong.
MusicMusic is an element of culture that tends to translate from one country to the next. Classical music enthusiasts in London may have much in common with fans in Tokyo or Toronto.
SportsAlthough sports tends to produce intense rivalries between countries, regions and cities it is also the basis for shared experiences, vocabulary and stories.
|Overview: Super Culture|
A set of cultures or sub-cultures that exhibit a sense of unity and shared characteristics.