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Culture refers to a people’s way of life from how they meet their needs, their language, religion, beliefs, customs, institutions, and technology.
Things people usually do, such as how they dress, the foods they eat, and how they celebrate holidays and the great turning points in life – birth, coming of age, marriage, parenthood, and death.
A polytheistic form of religion in which it is believed things in nature have their own spirit.
A polytheistic form of religion which teaches that the principles of life can be discovered through meditation.
A polytheistic form of religion which teaches to end suffering, a person must come to accept the world as it is and to block out selfish desires.
A monotheistic form of religion who believe in one God and follow the Ten Commandments.
A monotheistic form of religion which believes Jesus died to redeem mankind.
A monotheistic form of religion which believe in Muhammad as Allah’s last and greatest prophet and the Five Pillars of Faith.
A monotheistic form of religion which believe in both Hindu and Muslim beliefs.
Roles specifically assigned to men and women by society.
Containing a mix of peoples and cultures.
A group within a society’s social structure containing people of similar wealth and power.
Refers to how easy it is to change one’s social class.
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