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Eight Traits Culture

Ch 3 Voc.

QuestionAnswer
People of the same race or nationality who share a distinct culture ethnic group/ancestry
ways of communication-can be verbal or non-verbal. language
What people routinely do-what they eat or what they wear, for example. daily life
A person's beliefs about a higher being or rules for ethical behavior. Examples are Christianity and Islam. religion
Cultures celebrate or commemorate their past. Can be events or holidays. history
How people express themselves-examples are paintings,music, and literature. arts
Rules set forth about the way laws are made and carried out. Examples are democracy/republic dictatorship/monarchy (oligarchy) government
What determines what a country or its people produce, buy/sell and how it is controlled. economy
The way of life of a group of people who share similar beliefs and customs culture
family or community based/customs and rituals Ex: Aborigines of Australia traditional economy
individual or consumer-based-relies on consumer choices/supply-demand Examples: USA Japan market economy
gov't controlled-gov't makes all decisions Examples: Cuba China command economy
same as a market economy but with some gov't control Examples: USA Japan mixed economy
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