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Culture Vocabulary

Culture The way of life of a group of people
Customs Special practices that are common to one group of people.
Traditions Customs that survive from one generation to the next generation
Technology The scientific knowledge and tools available to a culture
Values Beliefs about what is good, desirable, and worth holding on to
Basic Needs Things that cultures need to survive. (Food, water, shelter, clothing)
Language Every culture has a way that it communicates. Some cultures have both spoken and written language
Government People or groups of people who make laws, make decisions for war and collect taxes
Economy The way cultures around the world make money or trade goods with other people.
Social Organization Cultures have different classes where some people are rich or poor.
Education System for educating people about religion, science, math, etc.
Religion What people believe in. Some cultures have one god, other have many gods. Religion deals with what people believe and how they worship
Recreation Things people do for fun; the ways in which people have fun or spend their free time
Art Cultures make sculptures, pottery and paintings. Their art may show how people live or what they believe in
Family Patterns All cultures have families. The way they are set up may be different. Sometimes fathers have the most power, sometimes the mothers do.
Created by: MrsScottNBC