An Information-Theoretic Scale for Cultural Rule Systems

Jonathan L. Gross
Important cultural messages are expressed in nonverbal media such as food, clothing, or the allocation of space or time. For instance, how and what a group of persons eats on a particular occasion may convey public information about that occasion and about the group of persons eating together. Whereas attention seems to be most commonly directed toward the individual character of the information, the present concern is the quantity of public information, as observed in...
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