Culture is defined as the customary beliefs, social forms, and material traits of a racial, religious, or social group; also, the characteristic features of everyday existence, such as diversions or a way of life shared by people in a place or time. Often the glue that holds society together, culture is continually changing, and with that change we see changes in society. Join us to dive deeper to understand the current U.S. culture, and the culture(s) which will shape the U.S. tomorrow.
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The TIPP Poll asked Americans the purpose of Memorial Day: Who or what does Memorial Day honor? We discuss the findings.
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Jason Johnson, president of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, examines the latest TIPP Poll results and explains how the American public is misinformed about policing and believes in dangerous anti-police myths.
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TIPP launches the TIPP Unity Index, a barometer of the country's unity. In the future, we will track the index on a monthly basis.
This article discusses pandemic-related migration, its significance, the reasons for relocations, and destinations.
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Robert Austin discusses the challenges of recycling plastics as well as recent advances in plastic recycling. He also emphasizes how improving plastic recycling aligns with the "doing more with less" mindset on Buckminster Fuller's Spaceship Earth.