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Culture VocabTerms

Culture Vocabulary

Culture The way of life shared by a group of people
Customs Special practices that are common to a group, such as what they wear or what they eat
Traditions Customs often associated with celebrations, holidays, and rituals. They tend to 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 The way people communicate. Every culture on Earth has a language it speaks and some have a system of writing
Government Person or group of people who make laws, make decisions for war, and collect taxes.
Economy The way cultures around the world make money or trade goods .
Social Organization The way a culture is formed into groups. The groups may be based on how much money or the type of jobs people have.
Education The way in which a culture teaches or trains it’s members topics such as religion, science, math, history, etc.
Religion What people believe in, and how they worship their god(s).
Recreation Things people do for fun; the ways in which people have fun or spend their free time
Art Cultures may make sculptures, pottery and paintings. They show how people live or what they believe is important.
Family Patterns Most basic social group in a culture. The way families are set up can vary from culture to culture
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