One’s Own Culture

One’s Own Culture - Issues of human rights...

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One’s Own Culture 01/23/07 When does human life begin? Social Birth: when your culture recognizes you as human Naming Child Rearing Practices o Competitive vs. cooperative o Feeding and weaning o Sleeping arrangements Learning Culture Formal (i.e. school) Informal o Narrative, folklore, proverbs to teach morals and values “Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.” “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” “God helps those who help themselves.” “Haste makes waste.” Age and Gender Age and relationship to height Role of children (around adults, as laborers)
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Unformatted text preview: Issues of human rights (exploitation) Gender identity as process Relationships between genders Rites of passage Rituals marking culturally significant transitions throughout life o 16 Getting drivers license o 18 Adult Closely related to religious practice Culture and Personality Is it culture or personality ? Nature or nurture ? Relationship between culture and personality closely intertwined 23/01/2007 12:43:00 23/01/2007 12:43:00...
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