Darity, William A., Jr. (2002). Intergroup Disparity: Why Culture Is Irrelevant. Review of Black Political Economy, 29(4)
Culture is one of the most widely used but definitionally elusive concepts in the social sciences. At times it is taken to refer to group-linked practices, customs, and traditions. At other times, culture constitutes group-linked values and norms. At still other times, culture has been taken to mean group-linked behavior.
Review of Black Political Economy
Darity, William A., Jr.