Anthropologists, cultural historians, and psychologists have defined “culture” in a number of ways. In recent years, anthropologists have widely criticized its use as an analytical term. The building block approach does not define and operationalize “culture” as an analytic concept. Instead we view it as a CCC that must be specified in behavioral terms that translate easily across populations and between personal and subpersonal levels. Some useful examples of how to do that are discussed in the longer culture entry below.