ANTH 1150 Final: Chapter 2

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Culture is shared: culture is the common denominator that makes the actions of individuals intelligible to other members of the same culture. A society is a group of people who live in the same geographical region, speak the same language, and are interdependent to a certain extent. One society can often have more than one cultural group: multiculturalism: descriptor for a society, community, etc. , made up of, involving, or relating to several distinct racial or religious cultures. Contrast with biculturalism or monoculturalism: social structure: the relationships of groups within a society that hold it together, although its members share a culture, it is not entirely uniform. No member has the exact same version of his or her culture as another. They are one of the four groups of people that descended from sixteenth century anabaptists from austria and moravia. They are a pacifist, agrarian people, and live their lives that revolve around deep religious beliefs.

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