The process by which an individual adopts the behaviour patterns of the culture in which he or she is immersed(noun)
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Use "enculturation" in a sentence
"While socialization refers to the general process of acquiring culture, anthropologists use the term enculturation for the process of being socialized to a particular culture."
"During the hour I spend in her company, she evangelises not about her own religion, but what she calls "enculturation and inclusiveness", and programmes and schemes aimed at drawing the locals together."
"Education and other forms of enculturation are a way of endowing one of your selves social capital, so that it can prevail more frequently in that intimate contest for self-command."