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What is debunk?
The passion for looking beyond the obvious
What are the steps of the scientific method
1) Define a problem
2) Reviewing the literature
3) formulting the hypothesis
4) collecting and analzying data
5) Develop the conclusion
What are the code of ethics?
1) Maintain objectivity and intergrity in research
2) respect the subjects right to privacy and dignity
3) protect subjects from personal harm
4) preserve confidentiality
5) seek informed consent
6) Acknowledge research collaboration
7) Disclose all sources of finanical support
What is culture
a human societys total way of life includes or values, customs, materials, non-materials, obkects, and symbols
physical objects
-physical or technological aspects of our daily lives
material
Values, Beliefs, Traditions
values-beauty and money
beliefs- god
traditions- christmas
Non Material
A collective conception of what is considered good, desirable, and proper
Values
Body language
Symbols/nonverbal
-language is a system of symbols that allows members of a society to communicate with one another
An established standard of behavior maintained by a society
Norm
A Norm governing everyday behavior whose violation raises compartatively little concern
-informal rule
Folkway
Norms deemed highly necessary to the welfare of a society
-tuen into laws
Mores
A penalty or reward for conduct concerning a social norm
-positive/Negative
Sanction
A group of people with similar interest that are within society
-club/frat
Subculture
A subculture that delibertely opposes certain aspects of the larger culture
Counterculture
What is debunk?
The passion for looking beyond the obvious
What are the steps of the scientific method
1) Define a problem
2) Reviewing the literature
3) formulting the hypothesis
4) collecting and analzying data
5) Develop the conclusion
What are the code of ethics?
1) Maintain objectivity and intergrity in research
2) respect the subjects right to privacy and dignity
3) protect subjects from personal harm
4) preserve confidentiality
5) seek informed consent
6) Acknowledge research collaboration
7) Disclose all sources of finanical support
What is culture
a human societys total way of life includes or values, customs, materials, non-materials, obkects, and symbols
physical objects
-physical or technological aspects of our daily lives
material
Values, Beliefs, Traditions
values-beauty and money
beliefs- god
traditions- christmas
Non Material
A collective conception of what is considered good, desirable, and proper
Values
Body language
Symbols/nonverbal
-language is a system of symbols that allows members of a society to communicate with one another
An established standard of behavior maintained by a society
Norm
A Norm governing everyday behavior whose violation raises compartatively little concern
-informal rule
Folkway
Norms deemed highly necessary to the welfare of a society
-tuen into laws
Mores
A penalty or reward for conduct concerning a social norm
-positive/Negative
Sanction
A group of people with similar interest that are within society
-club/frat
Subculture
A subculture that delibertely opposes certain aspects of the larger culture
Counterculture