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artifact object made by human beings
Culture the shared understandings that guide behavior and values and condition a group's perception of the world. it is learned from one generation to the next and evolves over time.
Folk culture culture traditionally practiced by a small,homogeneous, rural group living in relative isolation from other groups
Habit a repetitive act that a particular individual performs
material culture the physical manifestations of human activities; includes tools, campsites, art and structures. the most durable aspects of culture
popular culture culture found in a large, heterogeneous society that shares certain habits despite differences in other personal characteristics
culture diversity having a variety of cultures in the same area
how are cultural groups determined? age, religion, language, location
Cultural group People who share similar culture traits are members of the same culture group.
Culture traits an activity or behavior in which people often take; language, sports
culture region an area in which people have many shared culture
An example of culture region.. North-Africa
How do cultures develop? 〪most cultures are learned or passed down from families, traditions, laws, history, environment, and conflicts 〪immigrants can also introduce new cultures
how have cultures changed? 〪people are treated equally in most places, electricity ,clothing ,technology ,and transportation
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