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Chapter 2: Culture

The material objects that distinguish a group of people (e.g., clothing and jewelry).
The disorientation that people experience when they come in contact with a completely different culture from their own and can no longer depend on their assumptions about life.
The spread of cultural traits from one group to another; includes both material and nonmaterial cultural traits.
Something to which people attach meaning, and then use to communicate with one another.
The ways in which people use their bodies to communicate with one another.
Ogburn's term for human behavior lagging behind technological innovations.
An expression of disapproval for breaking a norm, ranging from a mild, informal reaction such as a frown to a formal reaction such as getting fired or receiving a prison sentence.
The use of one own's culture as a yardstick for judging the ways of other individuals or societies, generally leading to a negative evaluation of their values, norms, and behaviors.
The values and related behaviors of a group that distinguish its members from the larger culture; a world within a world.
Norms that are strictly enforced because they are thought essential to core values or the well-being of the group.
Norms that are not strictly enforced.
A group whose values, beliefs, norms, and related behaviors place its members in opposition to the broader culture.