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Culture

System of values, Norms, symbols, and knowledge that Society shares

Society

Large number of people who live in the same area, see themselves as separate or different people from the outside their territory, and participate in common culture

Material culture

Set of physical objects or artifacts constructed by the people of a culture

Non-material culture

Abstract Creations by the people of a culture, such as ideas, rules, and beliefs

Values

A collection of what is considered good, desirable, and proper in a culture

Norms

Guidelines, including folkways and mores, that people in a culture follow and their relations with one another

Folkways

Everyday habits and conventions of a people

Mores

Traditional roles of a people or society that have powerful moral significance attached to them

Laws

Written rules of conduct enacted and enforced by governments

Sanctions

Rewards and punishments

Symbols

Commonly understood gestures, words, objects, sounds, colors, or designs that stand for something else

Cultural universals

Features of societies that are common to all cultures

Subculture

Group of people who share some of the broad traditions of a culture but also follow values and Norms that are unique to them

Counter Culture

Group that rejects the values and Norms of a larger culture and replaces them with a new set

Ethnocentrism

Tendency to assume that one's own culture is normal or Superior to all others

Taboo

Prohibited or restricted by social custom