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the knowledge, technigues, and tools that allowed people to transform resources into a a usable form and the knowledge and skills technology
group that strongly rejects dominant societal values and norms and seeks alternant lifestyle counter culture
is the disorientation (anxiety) people espress when they encounter cultures radically different from their own. culture shock
Sub culture a group of people who share a distinctive set of culture components that differe in some significiant way from that of a larger society.
Dominant Culture Defining characteristics is power, not size
Symbols anything that carries a particular meaning recognized by people sharing a culture
Folkways Rules that cover customary ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
non-material culture a component of culture that consitis of the abstract or intangible human creations of society
material culture a component of culture that consisits of the physical or tangible creations
Culture the sum of objects,or knlowedge, language of a group of people, values, and customs
Values broad principals that shape behaviors. example good or bad, right or wrong
Taboos are norms so serious to a society that violations are considered extremely offensive and even unmentionable' example: the incest which prohibit sexual relations between a certain kin
Mores strongly held norms with moral and ethnical connotations. they may not be violate w/o serious consequences. ex; TOUCHING THE qween, standing for the national anthem
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