Create an account
ways of behaving that have been learned so well that they can be carried on without conscious attention
The process that shapes the personality of an individual so she/he can adjust to and become members of society (it's how we become accumulated to)
A wide recognition of adverse affects- and the belief that condition can and SHOULD change
A gradual, accumulative process of change and interaction by which cultures gradually develop.
Social evolution is change between different cultures; whereas, culture evolution is that same gradual change, but just within one single culture
What is the difference between social and cultural change?
the doctrine of Cultural relativism
a doctrine in which states that all cultures are for the most part equally valid
The slowness in the rate of change on one part of a culture in relation to another, resulting in a mal-adjustment within society.
done by learning something about the physical/social environment that was not known before
Is a new way of doing something or a new object/device developed to serve a specific purpose.
Cultural objects (artifacts)
Products of human skill and effort that are essential to the functioning of a society
the total pattern of human behavior and its products, embodied in thought, speech, action, and artifacts.
An organized system of ideas for remodeling society to bring it "nearer to the hearts desire"
An interconnected set of computers through which people can communicate and transfer information
a body of words and the system for their use common to a people of the same community or nation
The theory is that a change in any one part of culture may create strains and disturbances in the closey related parts
What is the Cultural Lag Theory?
-Stability of Social Norms (sticking to their beliefs)
-Habit (second natured)
-Value Attachment (high morals)
What are the 3 Factors that stabilize culture?
-Ideas and Ideologies
-Collection Action (change by planned group action)
-Geography and Climate
What are the 5 Factors that are known for causing cultural change?
-Social Norms (Conventions, Mores, and Laws)
What are the elements of Culture?
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