SOC Unit 5 Vocabulary Practice
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baby boom generation
Those born between 1946 and 1964, and whose values were often formed in reaction to the political and social issues of the time.
Writers who listened to jazz and embraced radical politics.
The tenets or convictions that people hold to be true.
Where the researcher behaves in a socially awkward manner in order to test the sociological concepts of norms and conformity.
A definable region as small as a neighborhood as large as a country or somewhere in between
A type of subculture that rejects some of the larger culture's norms and values.
The deliberate imposition of one's own cultural values on another culture.
The practice of assessing a culture by its own standards rather than viewing it through the lens of one's own culture.
Patterns or traits that are globally common to all societies.
Refer to this time that elapses between the introduction of a new item of material culture and its acceptance as part of non-material culture.
The experience of disorientation and frustration when one is confronted with all of the differences of a new culture
A struggle between two sets of conflicting cultural values.
The spread of material and non-material culture
Those that make known previously unknown but existing aspects of reality.
Evaluating and judging another culture based on how it compares to one's own cultural norms.
Norms without any moral underpinnings.
Behaviors that are worked out and agreed upon in order to suit and serve the most people.
generation y or millennials
Those born in the 1980s and 1990s, and raised in a much more technologically advanced environment.
The integration of international trade and finance markets
Jazz musicians of the 1940s
The pattern of cultural experiences and attitudes that exist in the highest class segments of a society.
A movement related to the Beat Generation but advocated freedom of expression, philosophy, and love.
Young people who took on attitudes and language derived from the culture of jazz.
The standards society would like to embrace and live up to.
Casual behaviors that are generally and widely conformed to
An object or concept's initial appearance in society.
That which result when something new is formed from existing objects or concepts
A symbolic system through which people communicate and through which culture is transmitted.
The tangible objects or belongings of a group of people.
Norms that embody the moral views and principles of a group.
The ideas, attitudes, and beliefs of a society.
Rules that define how to behave in accordance with what a society has defined as good, right, and important.
The pattern of cultural experiences and attitudes that exist in mainstream society.
The way society actually is, based on what occurs and exists.
The giving of support, approval, or permission, or by instilling formal actions of disapproval and nonsupport.
Based on the idea that people experience and understand culture through language
A way to encourage conformity to cultural norms.
A smaller cultural group within a larger culture
Clues to understanding experiences by conveying recognizable meanings that are shared by societies.
A culture's standard for discerning what is good and just in society.
world values survey
A survey of questions given to people around the world and used to identify different clusters of values.
The opposite of ethnocentrism, and refers to the belief that another culture is superior to one's own.
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