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Culture & Socialization

A group of people who share both a physical territory & a culture is a: Society
Knowledge, values, customs & material objects that are shared by members of a society make up a: Culture
The idea that there are definite right & wrong answers to questions of morality is known as: Moral Realism
The process of looking at a culture independently and on its own terms before comparing it to any other cultures is: Cultural Relativism
Using one’s own culture as a yardstick to judge others by is known as: Ethnocentrism
This theory says that socialization helps to create a stable society. Functionalism
This theory says that socialization occurs in many small interactions, most of which are not by direct instruction, but by perceptions of self and others Social Interactionism
This theory says that socialization helps to maintain the social advantages that the majority group has over minority groups. Conflict Theory
This theory says that subcultures are important as evidence that differences CAN coexist. Functionalism
What group is generally a person’s primary (most important) socializer? Family
Created by: ckielblock