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CCC [Fundamentals] Cultural Diversity (Ch 20)

An expectation that all people within the same racial, ethnic, or cultural group act like and share the same beliefs and attitudes Stereotyping
A grouping of people based on biological similarities Race
The belief that one’s own culture is superior to all others and results in oppression Ethnocentrism
A form of oppression, discrimination directed toward individuals who are misperceived to be inferior due to biologic differences Racism
Knowledge, beliefs, behaviors, ideas, attitudes, values, habits, customs, languages, symbols, rituals, ceremonies, and practices that are unique to a particular group of people Culture
Occurs when individuals from a minority group are absorbed by the dominant culture and take on the characteristics of the dominant culture Cultural assimilation
Assuming the characteristics of the dominant culture, process of learning norms, beliefs, and behavioral expectations of a group Acculturation
The only cultural group that eye contact is not considered to be rude European Americans
The six organizing phenomena of culture Communication, space, orientation to time, social organization, environmental control, and biologic variations.
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