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Courtesy Politeness shows respect for the individuality of others; it promotes harmony, cooperation, communality, etc. Ex: Duane was taught to stand and shake someone¹s had when introduced. Cultural Pluralism allowing differences, valuing differences and not insisting that everyone be like you. Ex: Kiowas are very different from Osages, but it¹s ok; they may know something we might need to know. No Harsh Discipline reasoning and or shame are used for discipline -- corporal punishment (striking) or harsh discipline is not used with children (or anyone) so as not to damage self esteem. Ex: a child¹s parents or extended family may speak in a low voice, a give a particular glance or ignore someone and he/she will know what they are doing is not acceptable. Experiential Learning Learning by doing--through experience and mistakes.
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Unformatted text preview: Ex: A child throwing a glass jar will learn that glass breaks (an important lesson) and will not be punished or scolded for learning. Extended Family grandparents, aunts, clan relatives may be part of the household; cousins my be regarded as siblings. Ex: Grandparent, aunts, cousins may all live together with parents and children and take part in the upbringing of children different generations together. Fan of Reference there may be different versions of a tribes myth; all are true. Ex: People from different clans in a tribe may tell the same story of a myth but in a different way - all are correct. Generosity is highly regarded -- respect is given more for how much one gives rather than how much they have. Generosity creates bonds between people....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course NAMS 346 taught by Professor Duane during the Spring '08 term at Sonoma.

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