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Anthropology: Culture and Culture Change
Terms in this set (14)
The set of learned behaviors and ideas (including beliefs, attitudes, values and ideals) that are characteristic of a particular society or other social group.
A group of people who occupy a particular territory and speak a common language not generally understood by neighboring peoples.
The shared customs of a subgroup within a society.
Standards or rules about what is acceptable behavior.
Refers to judgement of other cultures solely in terms of one's own culture.
The attitude that other societies' customs and ideas can be judged in the context of one's own culture.
The attitude that a society's customs and ideas should be viewed within the context of that society's problems and opportunities.
Cultural traits that diminish the chances of survival and reproduction in a particular environment.
Cultural traits that enhance survival and reproductive success in a particular environment.
The process by which cultural elements are borrowed from another society and incorporated into the culture of the recipient group.
The process of extensive borrowing of aspects of culture in the context of superordinate-subordinate relations between societies; usually occurs as the result of external pressure.
A usually violent replacement of a society's rulers.
The ongoing spread of goods, people, information, and capital around the world.
Creation of a new culture.
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