Culture - colonies The Philippines Cultural Relativism Over time cultures began to recognize and legitimize the existence of other cultures

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8/30/10 Test 1 Wednesday, September 16 2009 Small Scantron Pencil, #2 50-60 Questions Mostly Multiple Choice Some True/False Will Cover:
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/30/10 Culture Culture
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8/30/10 What is Culture? Feeling Culture Culture is a set of beliefs, traditions and practices used by a specific group of people. Culture does not occur naturally. Societies construct it based around their locations and daily life.
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8/30/10 Cultural Expansion For many cultures, attempts at colonization represent the first exposure to differing cultures Europeans Colonizing America/Asia/Africa found completely different cultures than their own
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8/30/10 M erchant Culture Often colonies became the primary consumers for their parent culture goods and culture. The cultures assimilated together, creating a hybrid culture in many
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Unformatted text preview: colonies The Philippines 8/30/10 Cultural Relativism Over time, cultures began to recognize and legitimize the existence of other cultures. Cultural Relativism is taking into account all of the differences across cultures, without passing judgment or a value. Verstehen = Empathetic Understanding 8/30/10 M ater ial and Nonmaterial Nonmaterial culture is the values, beliefs, behaviors and social norms. Language Dialects Japanese Train Sta 8/30/10 Subcultures A Subculture is social group that exists within one culture, but has traits that separate it from it’s parent culture. 8/30/10 Effects of Culture Humans may create culture, but culture shapes humans in several ways Values are moral beliefs. Norms are how values tell us to act....
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2010 for the course SOCL SOCL 2001 taught by Professor S.gremillion during the Fall '09 term at LSU.

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Culture - colonies The Philippines Cultural Relativism Over time cultures began to recognize and legitimize the existence of other cultures

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