What is the difference between subculture and microculture?


microculture, sociology wise, I'm guessing is like microworld: your smaller world that you have direct contact with (as opposed to macroworld, which is the bigger world we only have knowledge about) subculture is like sub genre - ie, with music, you
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Microculture refers to the specialised subgroups, marked with their own
Emo kids or tuner (or rice burner/nopi) kids. Those are the only one's that come to mind.
(mī'krō-kŭl'chər) n. Biology. A small-scale culture of organisms, cells, or tissues. Sociology. The distinctive culture of a small group of people within a limited
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