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Lecture 17: Culture Lecture Overview Defining Culture Studying Culture Describing Cultures Social Psychology of Culture Moving Between Cultures Defining Culture What is Culture? o Culture is really a O,7J08L9:,9L439K,9.,3,110.9K4Z5045O0-0K,;0 Why should we care? What is Culture? An ever-changing(1), constructive(2) stimulus which shapes(3) the way individuals perceive and contribute to the world 1. Dynamic a. The culture of our parents is not our culture, culture is constantly changing 2. Influenced by members of the culture a. The members of a culture make the culture what it is 3. Influences members of the culture a. Culture is like a feedback loop members make the culture, but are also affected by the culture What is Culture? Nationality o The country you were born in o The primary way in which people tend to study culture Ethnicity o Your cultural heritage o Not necessarily where you are born, this usually applies to family lineage Identification o Shared identity of group members o A person can identify with the country they are born in, the country their families are from, or with a totally independent culture
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