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Vocabulary January 6, 2016
Consumerism The belief that it is good for people to spend a lot of money on goods and services
Mass Media any of the means of communication, as television or newspapers, that reach very large numbers of people.
Culture the behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group:
Modernism something typical of contemporary life or thought – belief that some art forms, ideas, religions, beliefs are outdated; modernists accept new ideas, styles, and social trends
Traditionalism adherence to tradition as authority, especially in matters of religion and culture.
Mosaics. Mosaic Art Continued… Question How would you describe mosaic art? Discuss in your groups!
Why is it important to be sensitive to situations involving cultural diversity? What are the major differences between the cultures of major immigrant.
Look up this word using the dictionary and thesaurus Based on what you found, work together to create a definition in your own words List if this is: 1.a.
Political Ideology and Socialization. Political Ideology Ideology: a set of basic beliefs about life, culture, government, and society. Political.
Location - Position on the earth’s surface Place - Describes the unique physical and human characteristics Interaction between People & Environment – How.
Types of Culture. Mass Culture o Culture that is widely disseminated via the mass media (film, radio, television, print, internet) o Term used from late.
Unit 5 CULTURE Visual Vocabulary. CULTURE Shared characteristics that include customs, arts, food, and beliefs.
Unit 1 Vocabulary Human Geography. Environment The combination of conditions that affect the growth & development of an organism; one’s surrounding or.
Chapter 8: How Individuals Relate to the State. Power based on an agreement 1.That those in authority have the right to make decisions/policies 2.That.
characteristics of the people in a location, such as language, predominant religion and ethnic/racial group(s), education, life style...
WHAT ARE TRADITIONS? FAMILY, COMMUNITY, AND CULTURE Traditions.
Chapter 3 Sections 4 Beliefs and Material Culture.
What point is Tan making with the example of her mother and the hospital? What point is she making with the example of the stockbroker? Tan says that experts.
6 th Grade Academic Vocabulary List 3. Do Now Attempt to make a sentence using at least two of the following words: complexity, resourceful, culture,
Contemporary Architecture will not stay the same, it changes over time sticking with the newest trends and ideas. Contemporary style houses generally.
La Identidad. What is an identity? Identity is composed of all of the elements that a person is composed of: – Behavior – way of being, of thinking, of.
Agents of Socialization – the specific individuals, groups, and institutions that enable socialization to take place Agents of Socialization.
Advertising Unit 5 "Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is, I don't know which half." Attributed to John Wanamaker or William.
Unit 1: Human Geography Vocabulary 6 th Grade Social Studies.
What impact does this type of media have on society? Technology Economics Community Politics.
Old Friendship Friendship noun : Friendship is a feeling of comfort and emotional safety with a person.
You need your notebooks!. I = Introduce (let readers know you’re using a quote) C = Cite (tell me where it’s coming from) E = Explain (why does.
Unit #2 – Human/Cultural Geography The Worlds People.
Mass Media and Popular Culture. What is Popular Culture?
Culture is the characteristics of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts Culture.
1 Socialization Learning to be human Learning elements of one’s culture.
Chapter 5, Section 3. Key Questions What are the most important agents of socialization in the United States? Why are family and education important.
IDENTIFYING THE INTERESTS OF DIFFERENT GENERATIONS These are the questions used for questionnaire to find out the interests of different generations.
Socialization and andDevelopment Chapter 4. Nature or Nurture? Nature Inherited characteristics Inherited characteristics Nurture Socialization experiences.
Target audience A particular group at which a product such as film or advertising is aimed. Most media products are aimed at a specific audience.
Peer Review Essential Questions & Vocabulary social cultural signs systems structures.
CULTURE AND SOCIALIZATION THE FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE.
GROUP WORK TODAY!!. DEFINE THE FOLLOWING TERMS SOCIAL HEALTH RELATIONSHIPS COMMUNICATION COOPERATION COMPROMISE GIVE REAL LIFE EXAMPLES.
$200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 The behaviors and beliefs of a particular social, ethnic, or age group transmitted from one generation to another.
What’s the Deal with Culture?. What is Culture? Culture is anything that shapes your daily life: what you do, how you do it, when you do it, and where.
Journal: What does “culture” mean to you? Learning Targets: 1. I can define culture 2. I can identify three elements of culture and apply them to better.
Propaganda. Commercial Advertisement vs. Propaganda Advertising encourages your desire for consumer goods, services and ideas using suggestive images.
Cultural Geography is a relatively new sub-field within human geography. A very simple and broad definition of Cultural Geography is the study of geographical.
The Many Facets of Culture. It is the behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group There are numerous types of.
Focus on Cultural Diversity. Microsoft PowerPoint: Vocabulary.
Political Culture and Socialization (System Level) Introduction to Comparative Politics.
Chapter Three Political Culture and Political Socialization Political Culture and Political Socialization Comparative Politics Today, 9/e Almond, Powell,
CLOTHING Influences on what we wear. Why do people select certain clothing? Values Attitude Conformity Individuality Personality.
Reflective Questions- 1.What do you think are the serious social problems in America?
Modernism, Postmodernism and the short story. Modernism A style or movement in the arts that aims to depart significantly from classical and traditional.
Unit 2 - Culture Chapter 5 What is Culture?. Culture A reflection of who and what we are A reflection of who and what we are Everything connected with.
Chapter 1 What is Anthropology? The Scope of Anthropology The Holistic Approach The Anthropological Curiosity Fields of Anthropology Specialization The.
9.4: Cultural and Intellectual Trends. Mass Culture: Radio and Movies – Mass communication was important for growth. – Radio was especially important.
Culture Terminology. Culture Terms Culture – Everything connected with the way humans live in groups (history, politics, environment, etc.) (history,
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