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an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
ideology
"conservative"
right wing
(sociology) the conventions that represent the fundamental values of a group
mores
The set of manners and customary acts that characterize everyday life in a social system.
folkways
rituals that mark a person's transition from one set of socially identified circumstances to another.
rites of passage
belief in the high status importance owing to marked superiority of Europe and the Europeans
Eurocentrism
the environmental condition
mileu
identifying characteristics that set one group apart from another. (Middle Eastern woman that have to wear veils to cover their faces)
cultural identity
spreading traits of your culture into other cultures (sushi from japan can now be found at an american publix)
cultural diffusion
opposed to change, wanting to maintain existng views on government
conservative
in favor of change, believes gov'mt should make changes
liberal
someone who wants immediate drastic change
radical
person who would like change, but to change back to the way things were
reactionary
person who favors rewriting, ammending, and changing history to the way the want it to be
revisionist
an area or country where people of diverse ethnic/religious/social groups live together under a single government
pluralism
liberal stand politicians/liberals might take
left wing
having a sense of social responsibility towards those less fortunate than yourself (bill gates donates lots of money)
noblesse oblige
tentative assumption made out to test the truth of something
hypothesis
movement calling for greater attention to non european cultures in such areas as education
multicultural