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Culture group of people who share a way of life
Ethnic Group group of people who share a culture
Language sharing info verbal/nonverbal
Religion belief systems
Daily life a routine that a person follows
History events in the past that are happy or sad
Government political system examples: democracy nibarcgy or dictatorship
Arts how cultures express themselves whether it is music painting literature, etc
Economy how goods are produced
Traditional economy family or community- based on customs and rituals Examples: Aborigines (Australia) and the Amazon people (S. America
Market economy individual or consumer- based, relies on consumer choices (supply and demand) Examples: USA, Japan, United Kingdom
Command economy centrally controlled, government makes all decisions Examples: Cuba, China
Mixed economy Socontrolme gov’t in a market system (see #2) Examples: USA, Japan, United Kingdom
Created by: anthonyuzz