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Chapter Three - Culture

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Across
Rewards and punishments used to encourage people to follow norms; if formal, these are imposed by persons given special authority.
A subculture deliberately and consciously opposed to certain central beliefs or attitudes of the dominant culture.
Innate (unlearned) patterns of behavior.
(two words) The concrete, tangiable objects of a culture.
Broad ideas about what is good or desireable shared by people in a society.
(hyphenated two words, but don't use hyphen) Also known as the hypothesis of linguistic relativity, this states that our idea of reality depends largely upon language.
(two words) General culture traits that exist in all cultures.
(two words) Cultural guidelines that group members claim to accept.
(two words) Actual behavior patterns of members of a group.
Automatic reaction to physical stimulus.
Norms that have moral dimensions and that should be followed by members of that society.
Knowledge, values, customs, and physical objects that are share by members of a society.
Down
The study of the biological basis of human behavior.
Rules defining appropriate and inappropriate behavior.
A specific territory inhabited by people who share a common culture.
A thing that stands for or represents something else.
The way in which a culture expresses universal traits.
(two words) Groupings of persons who share a social characteristic.
(two words) Ideas, knowledge and beliefs that influence people's behavior.
Judging others in terms of one's own cultural standard.
Ideas about the nature of reality.
A norm that is formally defined and enforced by officials.
A group that is part of the dominant culture but differs from it in some important respects.
A rule of behavior, the violation of which calls for strong punishment.
Impulse to reduce discomfort.