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Chapter 3 Differences in Culture
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What is Culture? Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and other capabilities acquired by man as a member of society. A system of values and norms that are shared among a group of people and that when taken together constitute a design for living.
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Surface Unconscious Rules Unspoken Rules The Iceberg Model of Culture
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Culture and Behavior
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Folkways and Mores Folkways are the patterns of conventional behavior in a society that apply to everyday matters. Violating a folkway may cause the person to be laughed at, frowned upon, or scolded. When eating a meal in England, it is considered proper etiquette to hold your fork in your left hand.
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Mores express fundamental values of a society and are much more strictly enforced than folkways. Violating a more will offend others and may result in punishment or retribution.
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