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Muhammad Ali Dinakhel
Elements Of Culture definitions # 1 Definition Sets
lanuage, religion, social groups, government/economy 5 sets
2 culture is made up of different elements. it is reflected in what we wear, and the jokes we tell. culture influences the buildings we live in, how we spend our free time, and the skills we learn. it also affects our ideas of what is beautiful or ugly, our beliefs about what is right and wrong, and our goals for the future. 5 sets 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 objects, ideas, and customs of a particular culture objects, ideas, and customs of a particular culture. stories, heroes, rites and rituals, symbols 4 sets 5 sets 4 sets
language, religion, social groups, government/economy 3 sets objects, ideas, and customs 3 sets 3 sets
ways of life such as religion, language, customs, food, clothing, etc values, rituals, symbols, beliefs, thought processes 3 sets
10 symbols, language, values and beliefs, norms, ideal vs. real culture, material culture and technology 3 sets 11 12 liberty, equality, civic duty, democracy, and individual responsibility. made up of obvious and subtle elements 3 sets 3 sets
13 although cultures vary greatly, they all have common elements, including symbols, language, values, and norms. 3 sets 14 cultural values, rituals, symbols, beliefs, thought processes 2 sets
15 skepticism toward government pride in nation ordinary people can influence the political process litigiousness 2 sets 16 eskimos. providers. independent 2 sets
language. behavioral expectations .) language objects.celebrate important occasions and performance accomplishments legends & stories .) history 2. individual responsibility.economic system 2 sets 25 similar to the layers of an onion. beliefs. nonverbal communication. behavior. and culture regions 2 sets 21 heroes . beliefs. norms.) values 4. 2 sets 22 23 1.17 liberty.) religion 3. religion. religion. norms are standards of appropriate and inappropriate behavior in a cultural context 2 sets 26 27 28 liberty. forms of government. arts and literature. patterns of thinking 2 sets language. language and dialects. norms. customs and traditions. world views or general perspectives. and customs from the asian mainland 2 sets 2 sets 24 social organization. civic duty.special language that communicate themes and values of org.people singled out for special attention and are praised and admired ceremonies/rites/rituals . social groups.values. values 2 sets 2 sets 2 sets 29 share value and typical behavior. language. equality. civic duty and individual responsibility material vs non material language. democracy. customs and traditions.oral histories and tales about the life of the organization metaphors and symbols . religion. democracy. etc. government.) social organizations 5. government and economy. attitudes. equality.value is a judgement of what is important in social interaction. 1 set 30 social organization. nature of inidviduals relationship to the "all powerful other" nature of individuals relationship to the physical environment. 2 sets 18 power distance: extent to which people accept social inequality individualism: collective or everyone out for themselves uncertainty avoidance: extent to which people use or rely on unspoken rules masculinity: extent to which cultures are seen as having stereotypical masculinity 2 sets 19 20 language. arts and literature. awareness of one's cultural identity. economic system 1 set 31 conflict environment technology modes of expression values/religion politics/laws economic organization social organization 1 set 32 religion political systems social organization language economics arts and literature customs and traditions 1 set 33 nature of individuals relationship to the group. ideas.
writing. clothing.religion . beliefs) 1 set art.values 1 set homes. spiritual beliefs 1. beliefs. expectations. language. music.education .religion .language . religion. values. literature. symbols 2. environment. symbols. 1 set 1.food . attitudes. goals. sports. systems.communication . symbols. values 1 set 1 set 43 the elements of culture include religion. rituals. art. language. 1 set 49 . beliefs 4.material 2. traditions 1 set 1 set 48 there are subculters: groups of people with shared value systems based on common life experiences.values & attitudes 1 set 50 51 52 53 1. social class is also part of ones cultre. values. architecture.beliefs . values. government. heroes 1) values/attitudes 2) social structure 3) language 4) communication 5) religion 1 set .language . symbols. norms 3. 1 set 38 39 40 41 42 beliefs values norms sanctions symbols 1 set meaning and ways of life 1 set . traditions. beliefs) customs.non material (for example. stories. values and beliefs.material 2. food.family .for males and females (sex and gender roles) concept of time communication patterns definition of success 1 set 34 35 36 mission statement. cities. values. physical layout. literature. language 1 set 1 set 1 set -values -language -perspectives and world views -behavior structure. basic assumptions 1 set 45 social organization arts and literature customs and tradition language religion forms of government economic system 1 set 46 47 1. norms 4.non material (language.language 2.social structure . language 1 set 37 behavior--> attitudes--> norms --> values value is a judgement of what is important in social interaction norms are standards of appropriate and inappropriate behavior in a cultural context. similar to layers of an onion. games. skills. entertainment. language. values 3. social structure. and sports 1 set 44 artifacts.
sanctions and taboos 67 68 69 70 71 72 food.events or objects that represent something that the organisation believes are important. institution. values. individualism/collectivism 1 set 1 set . housing . housing. symbols 2. economic systems. social groups. language. 3. values 4. and values.only small regional variations. "stories. language iii. values.54 language. language 1 set -hisotry -religion -values -social organization -language 1 set 60 -the cooperation between multiple media industries -the behavior of media audiences who will go almost anywhere to find the kind of entertainment experiences they want -depends heavily on consumer/audience participation 1 set 61 wide distribution . work. norms and values iv. arts and literature. artifacts 1 set 57 -unethical practices were normative -differential association theory: exposure to favorable definitions -sutherland:legitimate areas are actually disorganized 1 set 58 59 1. function 1 set 1.routine behaviour patterns followed by the organisation. cargo planes. norms 2. rituals . food . religion. 1. and norm values. beliefs. norms. language 3. etc. government. norms things that build a culture 1 set 1 set 1 set i. economic activities. values . rituals. norms.successful employees within the organisation 1 set 56 symbols. form. use. government. religion. more generally there are trends over time.differences from place to place are uncommon. culture regions 1 set 55 symbols . clothing. sanction 3. complex. heroes. customs and traditions.shared rules and beliefs of employees. meaning.franchises. 2. language. heroes . 1 set 63 64 65 66 trait. and assumptions 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set from most visible to hidden: artifacts. symbols" symbols. 1 set 62 social organization. values 4. language.signs (symbols) ii. 4. rites and rituals. etc. beliefs. more likely differences at one place over time.
customs 3. 1 set peoples' ideas.language. 1 set 84 1. good. 4) norms: rules and expectations by which a society guides the behavior of its members. arts and literature 5. economic system. and values 1 set 86 ideas that all cultures have: government. social 2. norms. religion 6. fish industry. arts and literature. and beautiful. sanctions. language mediates the way we see reality. religion. social systems(family. language. homes. government. education. customs and traditions 1 set 87 ideas that all cultures have: government. central government. nonverbal communication. ideal vs. the arts. jobs. real culture food. language. norms. language 4. customs and traditions 1 set 88 1) symbols: anything that carries a particular meaning recognized by people who share a culture. government 7. tsunamis.(family. 1 set 89 1) cities 2) well-organized central governments 3) complex religions 4) job specialization 5) social classes 6) arts and architecture 7) public works 8) writing 1 set 90 social organization customs & traditions language arts & literature religion government economic systems 1 set . confucian ideas about government. religion 1 set hangul alphabet. beliefs. or customs. values 1 set work behavior ways of doing things 1 set 1 set symbols. enviroment. enviroment. norms. literature. and customs 1 set language. values and beliefs. economic systems 1 set 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 religeon. 3) values/beliefs: culturally defined standards that people use to decide what is desirable. economic systems 1 set 85 language. economic system. education. social systems. friends). better farming methods 1 set 82 isolated by water. religion. feudalism. nonverbal communication. (the heart of the symbolic system is language. painting and print making 1 set 83 when different cultures have the same language. languages. 5) material culture: any physical object to which we give social meaning.73 social organization. customs and traditions. objects.) 2) sapir-whorf thesis: language shapes the way we perceive reality.and art 1 set the parts that make up culture. economy boom. clothing. the arts. friends) . sanctions.
economic systems 1 set 95 it is reflected in what we wear. goverment 7. religion 6. and the jokes we tell. and the skills we learn. economic.91 values and typical behavior languages or dialects non verbal communication awareness of one's cultural identity world views or general perspectives 1 set 92 93 different things that make each culture unique 1 set everything but physical environments 1 set 94 1. values. norm 1 set symbols . social 2. it also affects our ideas of what is beautiful or ugly. government •symbols •language •values and beliefs •norms •ideal and real culture 1 set . 1 set 96 97 1 set 98 99 symbols.middle finger language . language. arts and literature 5.how people in a culture communicate values beliefs norms social. religion/values. it influences the buildings we live in. customs 3. and our goals for the future. how we spend our free time. customs. language 4. language. our beliefs about what is right and wrong.
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