UCSP (SECOND SEMESTER)
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are general conceptions of "the good", ideas about kind of endsthat people should pursue throughout their lives and throughout the many different activities in which they engage, fundamental rights.
formed in order to control individual behaviour in a given society, form of rules or prescription followed by people who obey certain standard or roles in society
is the biological traits that society associates with being male or female.
Refers to the socially constructed roles, behaviors and attributes that a society considers appropriate for men and women
: is the cultural meanings attached to being masculine and feminine
Describes the position a person occupies in a particular setting
The set of norms, values, behaviors, and personality characteristics attached to a status
is the relationship between family members. Mothers and daughters, uncles and nephews, sisters and cousins are all examples of it.
refers to any behaviour thet differs or diverges from established social norms.
is a collection of people who interact with each other and share similar characteristics and a sense of unity.
basic form of household. It has frequent and intimate interactions with the families living nearby.
structure consists of two or more adults who are related, either by blood or marriage, living in the same home. This family includes many relatives living together and working toward common goals, such as raising the children and keeping up with the household duties.
an advanced behavior whereby an individual observes and replicates another's behavior.
: is also a form of social learning that leads to the "development of traditions, and ultimately our culture.
is the process by which two people make their relationship public, official, and permanent. It is the joining of two people in a bond that putatively lasts until death, but in practice is increasingly cut short by divorce.
the married couples are allowed to keep one spouse at one time.
society, family, or system is one in which the men have all or most of the power and importance.
This process allows the couple to have more than one spouse at one time.
living or located away from both the husband's and the wife's relatives
is a family unit where one or both parents have children from a previous relationship, but they have combined to form a new family.
is a social system in which males hold primary power and predominate in roles of political leadership, moral authority, social privilege and control of property.
or patronage in the Filipino culture and politics is the value system where one gains favor, promotion, or political appointment through family affiliation (nepotism) or friendship (cronyism), as opposed to one's merit.
The ability to make a person do what he will not do otherwise
refers to a claim of legitimacy, the justification and right to exercise that power.
conformity to the law or to rules, ability to be defended with logic or justification; validity.
consanguineal or affinal relations
is a continuing process whereby an individual acquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behaviour, and social skills appropriate to his and her social position.
it is an instrument on how an individual will adapt o his existing environment in order to survive.
customary patterns that specifcy what is socially correct and proper in everyday life.
repetitive or the behaviors follow within a group of community.
A web of social relationships that joins a person to another
derivation from an ancestor
is the quality of being descended from the same ancestor as another person.
ritual kinship, assume the role of a guardian, to provide guidance so that the child will grow up to be a devout Catholic.
Of a family relationship by marriage of a relative (or through affinity), as opposed to consanguinity; in-law.
assigned to the individual from birth, involve personal choice like age and sex, carries with it certain expectations of behaviour.
acquired by choice, merit, or individual effort. Made possible through special abilities or talent, performance, or opportunity.
in order to regulate nonconformity with the social norms, society created measures order to limit deviance.
these are the norms that are enforced formally by a special political organization.
component of culture that regulates and controls the people's behaviour and conduct.
any act that violates a criminal law
• White collar crime
• Public order victimless crime
where individuals attempt to change his/her behaviour bc of the desire to conform with defined social norm.
this response involves accepting the goal of success but rejecting the use of socially accepted means of achieving it, turning instead to unconventional, illegitimate means.
this occurs when people deemphasize or reject the importance of success once they realize they will never achieve it and instead concentrate on following or enforcing these rules than ever was intended.
occurs when people reject and attempt to change both the goals and the means approved by the society.
emotionally close, well known to each other
sharing a part of their but they have a priority or focused on goals and task
demands intense loyalty [cliques pr partylist]
targeted by in groups