Different elements that include clothing, foods, skills, etc. Ideas for what is right and what is wrong for generations in the future. The organization of a social group, customs, traditions. forms of government and the economic systems.
Social Structure: organization of members into smaller units. This is so people can come together and meet the groups required needs.
Many groups of people have this as an important aspect in life. the kids have expectations to follow and believe. There are different types of these in different cultures.
Few Generations: Wife, Husband, Children (typical in the U.S.). Do not need large families, does commerce or industry, buy needs with money, can use machinery, some have many children.
Several Generations: Grandparents, Children, and Parents (typical in many farming communities and sometimes include aunts uncles and the cousins). Older children may help out the adults on the farm while the grandparents help watch over the younger children. Family may grow the food but save up over time. Pool savings.
What type of family would be most efficient for farmers?
What type of family is more common in the U.S.?
Man has the authority over the female. The woman is the housewife.
Woman have the rule over the family.
Social Class (es)
Rankings in order of status. It may be based on money, education, ancestory, etc. Land and Animals are a good thing to help this too.
Children that are taught how to eat with chopsticks, sleep on a bed, greeting people, how to dress, what is right vs wrong.
All cultures have a this which is known a the cornerstone of all cultures. Reflects a cultures identity. Can also be written.
The human's imagination of stories (folk tales) which can help describe the meaning of life.
Beliefs of a being. These can be exemplified in temples, churches, paintings, etc. They can be hinduism, buddhism, judaism, islamic, christian, catholic, etc.
Worshipping of one god. Includes Christian, catholic, judaism, islamic.
Worship of many gods.
Provides for the needs of a group of people. Protects from outer forces that are not nice. Organized by people and can collect tax, enforce laws, administer justice.
People have the supreme power so the government needs consent.
People have the right to choose the leaders who represent. (Ex. The U.S. is a prime example of this)
A large group of people have 1 or a few people to show their ideas.
One or few people have the ruling. Relies heavily on military support, they claim to be republics. Many have switched to become a republic.
Using limited sources to satisfy need. Traditional economy, market economy, command economy, mixed economy.
People produce most of their needs. Hunting, herding, catteling, gathering, farming, (hoarding), etc. Make own clothing and tools in order to live lin life. Trade the surplus.
Individuals buy and sell goods and services. People make their own money used to buy. Run own business and produce materials on what the consumers want.
Government controls the trade and the goods produced. Individuals can produce goods but have no power but can sell to one another. Government owned businesses.
Most nations have this type of economy. Individuals can make their own economic decisions and can run businesses including market and command. (Ex. U.S. car makers can decide on what to make but there are regulations on the company and the safety of the produce). The control can vary depending on the country that you are living in.