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Language, Beliefs, values, norms, and material objects that are passed from one generation to the next.
Physical objects apart of one's culture.
People-group's way of thinking, ideas, and goals.
People-group's ideal values, norms, and goals
People-group's actual behavior, which often falls short of its cultural ideals
belief that ones culture is superior than another.
Understanding and accepting another culture
Adopting aspects of another culture into your own
Process in which cultures become similar to one another
Allows human experience to be goal-directed, cooperative, amd cummulative
Language shapes our thoughts and perceptions
Standards on which is desirable and undesirable
Rules and expectations on behavior
Approval of following norms
Disapproval of following norms
Norms that are not strictly enforced
Norms that groups demand conformity because they reflect core vales
group whose values and behaviors that distinguish its members from the general culture
holds values that contradict to that of the dominant culture
made up of many people groups
Values that are related and form a larger whole
Areas of tension, points of social change.
how a culture's non material aspects fall behind its changing technology