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    So are the high context people the ones who eat a chicken leg with a knife and fork?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    I don't know if this works trying to extract it to function usage.

    Considering and assuming that each culture / sub-culture has the same proportion of typological distribution, how then does low or high culture even form? Extrapolating from your hypothesis, it would require a predominance of one type over another to create and maintain said culture.
    Environment. We have to take different strategies to cope with what Mother Nature throws at us.

    And each individual then comes with their own inherent cultural bias, either low or high, regardless of type. And interact here. I would thus extrapolate that the Fe users from various high / high cultures should have the absolute least in common and the most conflict, not knowing the unspoken tenets of the other.
    You're absolutely right about that one. See: Islamic vs. Christian Fundamentalism.

    Perhaps I am just not seeing what you mean. I think a cultural example of this is French-Canadian / English-Canadian divide; if you're not a francophone, you don't know the "rules" baked into that community. But how does that ascribe to type?
    Fe is essentially all about these rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    So are the high context people the ones who eat a chicken leg with a knife and fork?
    Yes and we hold the fork in our left hand and the knife in our right.

    Now a half type (either Te or Fi) might use a knife and fork on a chicken leg but they would cut the meat off the chicken and then use the fork to eat the meat. Or simply hold the knife and fork in the wrong hands.

    a Ti/Fe on the other hand will use the knife and fork at the same time to lift the food off of the plate.

    I don't know what our Asian counterpart is with chopsticks but am sure there is a germane distinguishing feature there too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Yes and we hold the fork in our left hand and the knife in our right.

    Now a half type (either Te or Fi) might use a knife and fork on a chicken leg but they would cut the meat off the chicken and then use the fork to eat the meat. Or simply hold the knife and fork in the wrong hands.

    a Ti/Fe on the other hand will use the knife and fork at the same time to lift the food off of the plate.

    I don't know what our Asian counterpart is with chopsticks but am sure there is a germane distinguishing feature there too.
    This is dead on accurate. I match that Ti/Fe to a T. We lick the knives too.

    Asian style is lift bowl to mouth and shovel. Would this more relate to SeNi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    Fe is essentially all about these rules.
    Then Fi never understands the rules? Or chooses not to conform to the rules?

    Because what I hear you saying is Fi users don't know what the "rules" are.

    And you're positing that the rules matter less in a low culture, therefore Fi gets an easier go?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Yes and we hold the fork in our left hand and the knife in our right.

    Now a half type (either Te or Fi) might use a knife and fork on a chicken leg but they would cut the meat off the chicken and then use the fork to eat the meat. Or simply hold the knife and fork in the wrong hands.

    a Ti/Fe on the other hand will use the knife and fork at the same time to lift the food off of the plate.

    I don't know what our Asian counterpart is with chopsticks but am sure there is a germane distinguishing feature there too.
    I don't know what you mean by half-breeds. People have Ti and Fe or Te and Fi.

    *stabs you with a chopstick*

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    Then Fi never understands the rules? Or chooses not to conform to the rules?

    Because what I hear you saying is Fi users don't know what the "rules" are.

    And you're positing that the rules matter less in a low culture, therefore Fi gets an easier go?
    The rules and expectations people have of one another are much more implicit in high context culture. In low context cultures, there is the understanding that parties will be more explicit in the expectations and rules they have of one another.

    Or as Amar calls it, forming their own personal "social contracts".

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I don't know what you mean by half-breeds. People have Ti and Fe or Te and Fi.

    *stabs you with a chopstick*
    Yes that correct..bit of a typo to make sure all of you were on your toes...to illustrate the differance that I have with the OP...Ne with Ti and Fe is the most genteel. Those with Ni are just as half types.

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