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Culture

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYB10H3
Professor
Elizabeth Page- Gould
Semester
Fall

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PSYB10 LEC 17 CULTURE Situational What is culture? An ever-changing, constructive stimulus which shapes the way individuals perceive and contribute to the world 1. Dynamic 2. Influenced by members of the culture 3. Influences members of the culture (loop) Nationality - The country you were born in - Primary way of defining cultures Ethnicity - Your cultural heritage Identification - Shared identity of group members - the culture thats going to affect you, is the one that you identify your self-concept with - families important in which culture you identify with Meaning system Symbols, language, experiences Methaphysics Beliefs about the world, universe, and existence Perceptions of the world as whole and how it works, and why were here Methodological Orientations Culture- Comparative Universalist approach to cultural psychology that assumes basic psychological processes are fundamental to all humans Most common approach in cultural psych Think between-culture variation is comparable to within-culture variation Cross Cultural www.notesolution.com
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