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MATERIAL CULTURE
Refers physical artifacts. For Example: tools, technologies, houses,clothes that we create and share among each other.
NONMATERIAL CULTURE
Abstractions like values, attitudes,norms, and beliefs.
VALUES
individualism, liberty,freedom, romantic love, nuclear family, equality, hard work, material comfort, democracy, faith in science, education,tolerance etc.
NORMS
*Function:social control with the use of sanctions.
*Sanctions:+ or - formal n informal
*Assure social conformity.
FOLKWAYS
Everyday guidelines that have little moral significance. opposite of Mores.
IDEAL CULTURE/REAL CULTURE
Reveals hypocrisy.
HIGH CULTURE/POPULAR CULTURE
*Reveal social class tensions.
The culture of the rich(opera,ballet)/The culture of the masses(everyone else).
SUBCULTURES/COUNTERCULTURES
The traditional/ Tries to separate itself from the traditional or oppose it. For Ex:Hippies
ISSUES: IS THE U.S A MELTING POT FOR ALL.
Note the Issue of voluntary immigration by whites versus (involuntary) internal colonization for racial minorities, and the forced segregation it imposed on them. Internal colonization and racism went hand in hand. Internal colonization was abolished by 1964, and today racial minorities enjoy more upward mobility. Today the idea of a multicultural society enjoys more support, and there is less racism today in this society.
*WHAT ARE THE FOUR MODELS OF SOCIETY
MODEL OF
*SOCIAL CULTURAL EVOLUTION
*EMPHASIS ON ECONOMIC INEQUALITY
*THE RATIONALIZATION OF SOCIETY
*MECHANICAL SOLIDARITY/ORGANIC SOLIDARITY.
MORES
Everyday behaviors that have moral significance.
LAWS
norms that are codified and backed by institutional authorities.
TABOOS
Violation of a taboo produces intense repulsion by many members of society.
Ex: incest,human flesh eating, necrophilia.
CULTURE
A peoples way of life. It refers to the beliefs, values, behavior and material objects that humans create and share with each other.
SOCIETY
People who share a common Culture, geography, and political system.
MATERIAL CULTURE
Refers physical artifacts. For Example: tools, technologies, houses,clothes that we create and share among each other.
NONMATERIAL CULTURE
Abstractions like values, attitudes,norms, and beliefs.
VALUES
individualism, liberty,freedom, romantic love, nuclear family, equality, hard work, material comfort, democracy, faith in science, education,tolerance etc.
NORMS
*Function:social control with the use of sanctions.
*Sanctions:+ or - formal n informal
*Assure social conformity.
FOLKWAYS
Everyday guidelines that have little moral significance. opposite of Mores.
IDEAL CULTURE/REAL CULTURE
Reveals hypocrisy.
HIGH CULTURE/POPULAR CULTURE
*Reveal social class tensions.
The culture of the rich(opera,ballet)/The culture of the masses(everyone else).
SUBCULTURES/COUNTERCULTURES
The traditional/ Tries to separate itself from the traditional or oppose it. For Ex:Hippies
ISSUES: IS THE U.S A MELTING POT FOR ALL.
Note the Issue of voluntary immigration by whites versus (involuntary) internal colonization for racial minorities, and the forced segregation it imposed on them. Internal colonization and racism went hand in hand. Internal colonization was abolished by 1964, and today racial minorities enjoy more upward mobility. Today the idea of a multicultural society enjoys more support, and there is less racism today in this society.
*WHAT ARE THE FOUR MODELS OF SOCIETY
MODEL OF
*SOCIAL CULTURAL EVOLUTION
*EMPHASIS ON ECONOMIC INEQUALITY
*THE RATIONALIZATION OF SOCIETY
*MECHANICAL SOLIDARITY/ORGANIC SOLIDARITY.
MORES
Everyday behaviors that have moral significance.
LAWS
norms that are codified and backed by institutional authorities.
TABOOS
Violation of a taboo produces intense repulsion by many members of society.
Ex: incest,human flesh eating, necrophilia.
CULTURE
A peoples way of life. It refers to the beliefs, values, behavior and material objects that humans create and share with each other.
SOCIETY
People who share a common Culture, geography, and political system.