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Click to edit Master subtitle style  10/12/10 Comparative Cultures Brianne McClellan Jess Protivinsky Kaci Hanson
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 10/12/10 Elements of Culture ± Language – conveys the priorities of a culture.   ± Symbolic Communication – films, traffic signs, lyrics of popular  songs, and hand gestures.  These differ in different cultures.   ± Norms – Codes of social behavior that influence us in both formal  and informal contexts. ± Mores – Strictly enforced norms thought essential to protecting  society’s core values. ± Folkways – Norms that are not strictly enforced by society.
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 10/12/10 Culture and Society ± Society Structure Culture Content
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 10/12/10 Macro-Level Cultural Diversity ± Macro-Level is the generalizations of or  cultures as a whole instead of looking at  the individuals.  ± Examples: Western Cultures/Present  Time; Oriental Cultures/Past Time.   Christians/People Above Nature; Native  Americans/Nature Above People.  United
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