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14 Cards in this Set

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Global Village
Term coined by Marshall McLuhan in the 1960s that refers to a world in which commincations technology unites people in remote parts of the world.
splitting yourself in multiple identities
Identity Tourism
Ex. When you get online and change your identity (Men pretending to be women)
consisting of different of dissimilar elements
the territories that are surrounded by another county's territory

cultural minority groups that line within a larger cultural group's territory
the system by which groups with diverse languages, cultures, religions, and identitities were united to form one state, usually by a European power

The system by which a country maintains power over other countries or groups of people to exploit them evonomically, politically, and culturally
principles of conduct that help govern behaviros of individuals and groups
A orientation toward one'ss own ethnic group

a tendency to elevate one's own culture above others
dialogical approach
focuses on the importance of dialogue in developing and maintaining relationships between individuals and communities
self relexivity
a process of learning to understand oneself and one's position in society
learned patterns of behavior and attitudes shared by a group of people.
Culture Characteristics
its learned, its transmitted intergenerationally, its symbolic, its dynamic, its ethnocentric
Culture Components
percetual elements( beliefs, calues, and attitudes), patters of cognition, verbal behavior, nonverbal behavior, context
Social Science View
Learned and Shared

Patterns of perception