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Lecture 9

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SOCI 100
Debra Pentecost

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Culture “The way of thinking, ways of acting, and material objects that form a people’s way of life.” 1. Eg. Knowledge, beliefs, art, morals, law, custom 2. People interacting with each other and things in constrained, meaningful ways University Learning  What things are here?  How are they arranged?  What rules are we following? We are following implicit rules of culture in all areas of life. (University Learning)  What will happen if we break them?  What possibilities are foreclose? Cultural transmission occurs through:  Material culture (Things: objects, commodities, architecture)  Non-Material Culture o Symbols o Language o Values and Beliefs o Norms o Ideal and real culture Symbols  Anything carrying particular meaning – recognized by people sharing culture  Meanings can vary: o Cross-culturally o Within single society an
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