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Sociology Mid-Term Exam Study Guide Culture Culture is one of the social patterns in society. It arises in social interaction. It is taught in social interaction. It controls individuals as they interact. Culture is made up of three smaller sets of patterns (1) rules, (2) beliefs, and (3) values. Society Society is a social organization of people. Other smaller social organizations exist within society, including groups, formal organizations, and communities. Each organization has its own history, culture, structure, identity, and sometimes even its own language and institutions. In the article about the sinking of the titanic, more than 60% holding first class tickets were saved, only 36% were second-class passengers, and in the lower deck only 24% made it out alive. The wealthier people got out, the underlying issue here is that our society values wealthier people’s lives more. Subculture
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course SOCI 10100 taught by Professor Laskowitz during the Fall '08 term at Ithaca College.

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