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CULTURE CULTURE CULTURE
*CULTURE ALL THE FEATURES OF A PEOPLE’S WAY OF LIFE
*CULTURE TRAITS UNIQUE ASSORTMENT OF BEHAVIORS AND BELIEFS THAT DISTINGUISH A SOCIETY
*CULTURE REGION AN AREA IN WHICH MANY PEOPLE HAVE SHARED CULTURE TRAITS
*INNOVATION NEW IDEAS THAT A CULTURE ACCEPTS
*ACCULTURATION WHEN AN INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP ADOPTS TRAITS FROM ANOTHER CULTURE
*CULTURAL CONVERGENCE DIFFERENT CULTURES BLENDING TOGETHER
*CULTURAL DIVERGENCE CULTURES BECOMING SEPARATE AND DISTINCT
*DIFFUSION WHEN AN IDEA OR INNOVATION SPREADS FROM ONE PERSON OR GROUP TO ANOTHER AND IS ADOPTED
*EXPANSION DIFFUSION CULTURE TRAITS SPREAD THROUGHOUT A SOCIETY
*RELOCATION DIFFUSION CULTURE TRAITS SPREAD WHEN PEOPLE MOVE
*HIERARCHICAL DIFFUSION CULTURE TRAITS SPREAD FROM PLACES OF GREATER SIZE AND INFLUENCE TO SMALLER PLACES
*GLOBALIZATION CONNECTIONS AROUND THE WORLD INCREASE AND CULTURES BECOME MORE ALIKE
*TRADITIONALISM PEOPLE FOLLOW LONGTIME PRACTICES AND OPPOSE MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND IDEAS (OPPOSITE OF GLOBALIZATION) *FUNDAMENTALISM PEOPLE BELIEVE IN STRICTLY FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES OR TEACHINGS
*CULTURAL DIVERSITY WHEN A VARIETY OF CULTURES OR CULTURE TRAITS EXIST WITHIN A GROUP OR SOCIETY
*ETHNIC GROUP HUMAN POPULATION SHARING A COMMON CULTURE OR ANCESTRY
*MINORITY GROUP A group within a society with certain traits different from those of the group with the most numbers or power
*CLASS SYSTEM SOCIAL SYSTEM IN WHICH PEOPLE ARE DIVIDED INTO GENERAL SOCIAL CATEGORIES, OFTEN BASED UPON ECONOMIC FACTORS ($$$)
*MATRIARCH FAMILY, CLAN, OR TRIBE RULED OR DOMINATED BY A WOMAN FAMILY, CLAN, OR TRIBE RULED OR DOMINATED BY A MAN *PATRIARCH
ELEMENTS OF CULTURE LANGUAGE RELIGION MAKEUP CLOTHING TRANSPORTATION MUSIC HOUSES HAIRSTYLE
LANGUAGE MORE THAN 12 LANGUAGE FAMILIES FAMILIES HAVE COMMON ORIGIN FAMILIES DIVIDED INTO BRANCHES WHERE DID IT COME FROM? HOW DID IT SPREAD?
*DIALECT REGIONAL VARIETY OF A LANGUAGE FIXIN’ TO TUMP IT OVER COKE, SODA, POP
*LINGUA FRANCA LANGUAGE OF TRADE AND COMMUNICATION
THE MOST WIDELY SPOKEN LANGUAGE IN THE WORLD IS MANDARIN CHINESE WHY??????
RELIGION AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF BELIEFS AND PRACTICES HAVING TO DO WITH THE WORSHIP OF GOD(S) OR THE SUPERNATURAL
MONOTHEISM BELIEF IN ONE GOD
POLYTHEISM BELIEF IN MORE THAN ONE OR MANY GODS
ETHNIC RELIGIONS FOCUS ON ONE ETHNIC GROUP DO NOT SPREAD BETWEEN CULTURES SHAPED BY OLD BELIEFS, LEGENDS, AND CUSTOMS
UNIVERSALIZING RELIGIONS SEEK FOLLOWERS ALL OVER THE WORLD APPEAL TO PEOPLE OF MANY CULTURES FOLLOWED BY >50% WORLD’S PEOPLE
ANIMIST RELIGIONS PEOPLE BELIEVE IN THE PRESENCE AND FORCES OF NATURE PEOPLE BELIEVE INANIMATE OBJECTS IN NATURE HAVE SPIRITS
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