What is the difference between Macro-culture and Micro-culture?
Macro-culture comprises all the arts, beliefs and institutions such as legal, governmental, business, educational and social which characterises an ethnic group, race or nation, while a narrower micro-culture exists within the macro-culture.
The micro-culture includes the characteristic attitudes and behaviour operating within a group, an organisation or a nation. Macroculture generally consists of the culture which influences the majority of the people. In United States, macroculture reflects to the traditions of Western Europe. Where a micro-culture could be the aboriginal community within the larger Australian community.