Article 2 - Queer Customs

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Article 2 – Queer Customs o Humans share biological traits and characteristics which form the basis for the  development of culture o People typically feel their own cultural beliefs and practices are normal and  natural, and those of others to be strange, or even inferior- abnormal o Emphasizes:  o Human needs are fulfilled through a variety practices o Common biology is modified through the learning process o We are the product of a strange and interesting mix of biology and culture o Addresses the problem of ethnocentrism o Cultural Relativism allows us to appreciate the beliefs and practices of other  cultures on their own terms o The word "queer" to mean "odd" or "strange" o Basically explaining the concept of culture o  “the total life way of people, the social legacy the individual acquires from his  group” o “that part of the environment that is the creation of man”
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