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SS Culture

Culture Brain Frame and Definitions

SOCIAL GROUPS A group of people formally or informally connected through similar interests and/or beliefs. Ex. clubs, family, colonies, teams, community, tribes, circle of friends
LANGUAGE Part of human behavior that uses vocal sounds, body, language, and written symbols to express thoughts, feelings, or emotions. Ex. grammar, punctuation, speeches, alphabet, communication, literature, symbols
ARTS and ARCHITECTURE Arrangement of sounds, colors, forms, structures that affect the senses and exemplifies a culture. Ex. music, sports, style, expression, drama, literature, building/structures style
DAILY LIFE The sum of personal choices within a culture that contributes to everyday rituals. Ex. routine, commute, transportation, schedule, rituals
HISTORY Branch of knowledge dealing with past events. A collective record of past inventions, discoveries, theroies, etc., that help define the zeitgeist, "spirit of the times", of a specific region or social group. Ex. past, war/peace,change over time, memory
RELIGION A collection or system of beliefs and rituals that reinforce the belief in a higher power that controls/guides human destiny. Ex. prayer, worship, holy text/books, God>No God>Gods, temple/church/mosque, faith, symbols
GOVERNMENT The rule of law for a state, country, society, region, or community. Ex. elections, leaders, justice, law, currency, armed forces, politics, borders, symbols, symbols
ECONOMICS The production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services within a society; and how it affects people, business, government, and local environment. Ex. money, goods, markets, commerce, resources, business, inport/export, production, trade,
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