CH3 PPT - North K ore a South K ore a Culture U.S. Navy...

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Unformatted text preview: North K ore a South K ore a Culture U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jhoan Montolio North and South 3 Culture Culture the way of life of a people; culture includes the human-created strategies for adjusting/adapting to the environment and to those creatures (including humans) that are part of that environment. TheKore War and thesubse nt an que division of theKore Pe an ninsula into North and S outh have had a profound e ct on Kore ffe an culture(on theway of lifeof both North and S outh Kore ans), on the m aning of be Kore and on the e ing an, re lationship be e theUnite S s and the twe n d tate t wo Kore as. North K ore a South K ore a Photo Credit: Cpl. Michelle Dickson Cpl. Michelle Dickson Photo ID: 200691215821 Submitting Unit: Marine Forces Pacific TheKore War Me orial in Washington, D.C an m Department of Defense Culture Material Culture Nonmaterial Culture Beliefs Values Norms Symbols Language All the natural and human-created objects to which people have attached meaning. DoD photo by: SRA NICOLE THURSTON Photo by: L Cpl Eric C. Schwartz Photo ID: 200751823848 Submitting Unit: 2nd Marine Division I ntangible human creations, which we cannot identify directly through the senses. Conceptions that people accept as true, concerning how the world operates and where the individual fits in relationship to others. General, shared conceptions of what is good, right, appropriate, worthwhile, and important with regard to conduct, appearance, and states of being. Maria Michels DoD: Marilyn L. Woodward, CIV, USA . Written and unwritten rules that specify behaviors appropriate and inappropriate to a particular social situation. An handbook for international students studying in the United States describes American norms guiding greetings: Americans are very friendly. They tend to greet each other with a smile, sometimes a handshake, and a friendly "Hello, how are you?" (which is not a question about your health) or "What's up?" Such a greeting is very common, and does not always require an answer. If an American friend greets you with "Hi, what's going on?" and walks away, do not feel offended, it is a popular way of greeting. Also, the common phrase "See you later" is not an invitation for a visit, but a way to say "Good bye." Any kind of physical or conceptual phenomenon—a word, an object, a sound, a feeling, an odor, a gesture or bodily movement, or a concept of time—to which people assign a name and a meaning or value. DoD photo by: MC2 Steven King DoD photo by: MC2 Kitt Amaritnant, USN DoD photo by Jim Gordan, CIV, USACE A symbol system involving the use of sounds, gestures (signing), and/or characters (such as letters or pictures) to convey meaning. L ANGUAGE 1. How many languages do you speak? What is slang? 1. Do you have a particular type of accent when you speak? 1. How do you respond to persons who speak with an accent? ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course SOCI 1301 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '09 term at Richland Community College.

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