Ch 14 GRN Culture and Diversity - Guided Reading Notes...

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Guided Reading NotesChapter 14: Culture and DiversityInstructions:Print these guided reading notes and use them to help you take notes about key concepts and examples that will help you remember the ideas as you read the chapter. Keep your notes in a folder or binder and bring them to class so that you can add other details and examples during class discussions, and then use these notes as a study guide at the end of the semester.I.Key terms:A.Culture– the collective programming of the mind distinguishing the members of one group or category of people, from another.B.Co-culture– a variety of smaller specific cultures that intersect in our lives.C.Race – a set of physical characteristics shared by a group of people, such as skin color, body type, facial structure, and hair color. D.Ethnicity– a group of people who identify with each other based on a common experience, which might include geographic or national origin, ancestry, history, cultural and social norms, religion, race, language, ideology, food, dress, or other factors. E.Sex – one’s biological classification as male, female, or intersex (having both male and female physical characteristics) based on one’s reproductive organs and chromosomes. F.Gender– a social construction that includes all of the beliefs, attitudes, actions and roles associated with being masculine or feminine.

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