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Chapter 2: Culture All responses should be in your own words. Avoid using definitions or quotes from the text. While it is easy to repeat what is in the text, the ability to rephrase concepts into your own words will increase the likelihood that you will be able to understand and retain the information. Please type your response to each question directly under the question. These questions are taken largely from the course textbook. However, the sections required and supplemental materials may also be useful in completing this assignment. This assignment is required and will also serve as a reference for your individual review and study. 1. Explain the difference between material and non-material culture. What is another name for non-material culture? Provide examples of each. Material culture is the physical things a group of people make and use (ex. Clothing). Non-material culture is the non-physical things people live by (ex. Language).
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