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All the shared products of human groups Includes both physical objects, and the beliefs, values, and behaviors shared by a group Material culture vs. nonmaterial culture
Technology Symbols Language Values Norms
Society’s culture consists of not only physical objects but also the rules for using those objects Name some basic examples of technology in our world What about in Harry Potter’s world?
A symbol has a shared meaning attached to it Words, gestures, images, sounds, etc
Organization of written or spoken symbols English principal language in the USA, but not everyone speaks it
Muggle Horcrux Pensieve Parseltongue
Shared beliefs about what is good or bad, right or wrong
Not all groups in society share the same values, norms, and behaviors Subcultures can form Chinatown; Little Havana
Groups who reject the major values, norms, and practices of the larger society Examples are the Mafia, religious cults, KKK
Challenges when moving from one culture to another Have you experienced culture shock?
Transition between Wizard world to life with Dursley’s
Culture vs. Society. Shared products of human groups.
CHAPTER 2 Cultural Diversity
ELEMENTS OF CULTURE. What is Culture? Culture consists of all of the shared products of human groups. Physical objects that people create and use are.
CHAPTER 2 SECTION 1 THE MEANING OF CULTURE. CULTURE All shared products of human groups (values, physical objects, beliefs, behaviors) Society: a group.
Cultural Diversity Sociology Chapter 2. What is Culture? Definition: All the shared products of human groups.
Unit 2: Culture and American Society
Chapter 2 Notes Cultural Diversity. Culture ALL the shared products of human groups – both physical and the beliefs, values, and behaviors shared by a.
Culture, Values, and Norms Most people believe that people are not locked into predetermined sets of behaviors. They are changed by their environments.
THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS SOCIOLOGY HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON 1 CHAPTER 2 Cultural Diversity Section 1: The Meaning of Culture Section 2: Cultural.
Chapter 2: Cultural diversity
Chapter 2 Cultural Diversity. What is Culture? Culture consists of all the shared products of human groups. This includes both physical objects and.
SociologyChapter 2 Cultural Diversity Preview Section 1: The Meaning of CultureThe Meaning of Culture Section 2: Cultural VariationCultural Variation Chapter.
Cultural Diversity Preview Section 1: The Meaning of Culture
Sociology test review 2. 1. Culture-shared products of human groups which include both physical objects and the beliefs values and behavior shared by.
CHAPTER 2 Cultural Diversity. THE MEANING OF CULTURE culture is common to all societies humans change and adapt to their environment foundation of culture.
Cultural Diversity Chapter 2 Section 1 The Meaning of Culture.
The Meaning of Culture Chapter 2 – Section 1.
Ch. 2 – The Meaning of Culture 1. Culture: the shared products of human groups to include physical objects, beliefs, values and behaviors.
Culture The knowledge, language, values, customs, and material objects that are passed from person to person and from one generation to the next in a human.
Culture. What is Culture? Culture is all shared products of human groups. These include physical objects, beliefs, values and behaviors.
Culture. What is Culture? Culture: is the Language, Beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and material objects that are passed from one generation to the.
CULTURE What is culture? Culture is defined as the beliefs, values, behavior, and material objects shared by a particular people. Components of culture.
Sociology Chapter 2 Culture.
Culture & Social Structure
Sociology 12 Chapter 3 - Culture.
Culture. People constantly interchange Society and Culture… Are they the same?
CULTURAL DIVERSITY The Meaning of Culture Cultural Diversity.
Culture. Culture shared products such as: physical objects beliefs values behaviors.
Symbolic Culture Components. Symbols Sociologists: refer to nonmaterial culture as symbolic culture; component of nonmaterial culture is the symbols that.
Chapter McGraw-Hill © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. CHAPTER OUTLINE The Meaning of Culture Cultural Variation Current Controversies.
Culture = consists of the shared products of human groups. These products include both PHYSICAL OBJECTS that we make, use, and share called material culture.
5 Components of Culture Sociology Ms. Shipp. Learning Intention TIW – describe and identify examples of the 5 components of culture SIC – analyze.
C ULTURAL D IVERSITY Chapter 2, Section 1. W HAT IS C ULTURE ? Culture, the shared products of human groups, comes in two forms- material and nonmaterial.
Happy Tuesday!! Put any supplies you have for the class in the purple bin in the front of the room Take out your article and reading guide so we can discuss.
Do Now:. The Meaning of Culture A Society – consists of People.
Sociology: Understanding and Changing the Social World
Essentials of Sociology Sixth Edition Chapter Two: Culture This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are.
Culture Unit 3. What is culture? O The shared products of human groups. O Physical objects make up material culture. Ex: cars, books, buildings, clothes,
Cultural Diversity. Drill List 5 examples each of material & non- material culture here in the United States.
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. CULTURE: All the shared products Of human groups MATERIAL CULTURE: Physical objects that People create and use NONMATERIAL CULTURE:
Sociology. Notable Sociologists Auguste Comte He is seen as the father of Sociology He coined the term Sociology in reference to the new science of.
Culture & Social Structure Chapter 2. Culture and Social Structure: Discussion Outline Components of Culture Cultural Unity and Diversity Social Structure.
CULTURE VAGUE AND SPECIFIC CULTURE – SHARED PRODUCTS OF HUMAN GOODS HUMANS ARE NOT CONTROLLED BY NATURAL INSTINCTS HOW GROUPS OF PEOPLE DEAL WITH.
Anthropology. Is the study of humans in their environment- creating a culture.
Culture College Sociology Dr. Urban. What is culture? Culture is a set of values, norms, and behaviors shared by a social group. Language, Beliefs, Values,
Subculture. Subculture - in sociology and cultural studies - part of the culture of the society, which differs from the dominant majority, and the social.
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