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Unformatted text preview: n Chapter Four, Nanda and Warms give us six different definitions of culture. In this week's reading response, please define each of these definitions in your own words and use personal examples from your own experience (as a person with culture) to elaborate on their meanings. For example, if I was to talk about "Culture as something that is constantly Changing," I would first define what that means in my own words. Then I would think of examples that support this idea. Maybe I might talk about technology and how the internet is changing our society. The internet, for example, allows us to link to people around the globe, offers new forms of communicating or even is a site for dating... Culture is a learned behavior: Culture that you see and imamate for the reason that you see others doing so and not getting punished. I have a 8month old cousin and he is in that stage where he watched every thing that you do so he can maybe learn how to do/act as he gets older. Tonight for example I was at a wake for a family friend and he was there, he knew that it was not a time for play just by how every one...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ECON 300-08 taught by Professor Jerad during the Spring '08 term at Fox Valley Technical College.
- Spring '08