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Ethnic group
a clan of people who share the same values and beliefs
group
ethnocentrism
sociology; a tendency to view alien groups or cultures from the perspective of one's own.
noun. a belief
extended family
one's aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws, and sometimes close friends and collegues.
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folkways
a practice, custom, or belief shared by the members of a group as part of their common culture.
folks culture
gender roles
the public image of being male or female that a person presents to others
what men and women do
laws
a legal system; a body of rules and principles enforced by a political athority
lawyers
material culture
all objects that have been "worked" or made
materials - objects
monotheism
the doctorine or belief that there is only one god.
mono - one
mores
moral attitudes
morals
non-material culture
the things we can only think, speak, see or hear
norm
a standard, model, or pattern
polygamy
the practice of having more than one spouse at a time
gamy-game
polytheism
the doctorine or belief in more than one god
poly- more than one
race
a group of persons related by common descent or heredity
religion
something one believes in and followes devotedly
socialization
a continuing process in which one aquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behavior, and social skills for their social position
subculture
a culture (as of bacteria) derived from another culture
technology
the science of the application of knowledge to practical purposes
value
a principle, stanard, or quality considered worthwhile or desirable