the relationship among humans- we are to reflect the image of God in all our earthly ways
societies total way of life
customs that society passes down from one generation to the next
formal organizations by which society transmits traditions
the foundation of culture
*no one is born with culture. it is taught through language. (ex: gift giving)
the belief that human thoughts and values (rather than religious) should be central features of culture and that humans can solve all problems.
mans basic problem
is not conflict with humans, but spiritual conflict with God.
speech pattern within a single language
10 major groups of languages that share common characteracets.
the most prominent language family
most spoken language
uses english and french for its primary documents
the locations of cultural- there are 8
Africa Asia Central EurAsia Europe Latin America Middle East North America Oceania
human society that shares locations of cultural
the transmission of cultural
the foundation of society
*teaches how to obey, serve, lead, love, and to pass on wisdom
a man, his wife, and their children
nuclear + grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins
the family, religion, and the nation
typically refers to people
refers to land
institution that governs
large group of people that share common ancestors governed by elders
nation of people that have established its own government or state
(idk get from kaylee grace)
the unlimited authority that runs affaires within its own boundaries
marks the maps of the states authorities
connects geometric points or follows more lines of latitude
people within a states borders fight each other
when states fight each other
what term means "life signs" of a society?
a country's crude birth right indicates the number of children born for every how many people in the country?
a country's crude death rate indicates the number of deaths for every how many people in the country?
subtracting a country's crude death rate from its crude birthright gives what important statistic of the country?
what term is used to describe a central city and all of its surrounding suburbs?