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Set of values, beliefs, rules, and institutions held by a specific group of people.
Belief that ones own ethnic group or culture is superior to that of others
Detailed knowledge about a culture that enables a person to work happily and effectively within it.
A group of people who share a unique way of life within a larger, dominant culture
What a culture considers "good taste" in the arts, the imagery evoked by certain expressionisms, and the symbolism of certain colors.
Ideas, beliefs, and customs to which people are emotionally attached.
Positive or negative evaluations, feelings, and tendencies that individuals harbor towards objects or concepts.
Anything that represents a cultures way of life, including gestures, material objects, traditions, and concepts.
Process whereby cultural traits spread from one culture to another
Replacement of one cultures traditions, folk hero's, and artifacts with substitutes from another.
appropraite ways of behaving, speaking, and dressing in a culture
Habits or ways of behaving in specific circumstances that are passed down through generations in a culture.
Behavior, often dating back several generations, that is practiced by a homogenous group of people.
Behavior shared by a heterogeneous group or by several groups.
A cultures fundamental organization, including its groups and institutions, its system of social positions and their relationships, and the process by which its resources are distributed.
Collection of two or more people who identify and interact with each other.
Process of ranking people into social layers or classes.
Ease with which individuals can move up or down a cultures "social ladder"
System of social stratification in which people are born into social ranking, or caste, with no opportunity for social mobility.
System of social stratification in which personal ability and actions determine social status and mobility
System of conveying thoughts, feelings, knowledge, and information through speech, writing, and actions.
Third or "link" language understood by two parties who speak different native languages
Language communicated through unspoken cues, including hand gestures, facial expressions, physical greetings, eye contact, and manipulation of personal space.
Departure of highly educated people from one profession, geographic region, or nation to another.
All the physical features that characterize the surface of a geographic region.
All the technology used in a culture to manufacture goods and provide services.
Framework for studying cultural differences along six-dimensions, such as focus on past or future events and belief in individual or group responsibility for perosonal well-being
Framework for studying cultural differences along five dimensions, such as individualism vs. collectivism and equality vs. inequality.
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