Culture Team Lecture

Culture Team Lecture - CultureTeamLecture 15:03 Forclarification:Definitions Culture= Nonmaterialculture o (,idealolgoyandethos)and

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Culture Team Lecture 15:03 For clarification: Definitions Anthropology- study of culture Culture = nonmaterial and material  Nonmaterial culture o A groups way of thinking (including its religion, idealolgoy and ethos) and  doing (patterns of behavior, norms, laws and language) Material culture o Tangible things, touchable tings o “the material objects (objects we can touch, hol and see), such as art,  buildings, weapons, utensils, machines, hairstyles, clothing, and jewelry,  that distinguish one group from another the two halves of culture o in the the US there’s a culture  Ethos What provides the speaker, gives him the appeal? o Speaking in a way we understand o Ethos= ethics o Ethos actually appeals to the fundamental values of a society, generally  accepted by everyone.  what makes an effective appeal? o For some reason, we accept the speaker to have authority o Why? Fundamental values say that the person has authority Part of culture o In other cultures, we’d have no ethos, no ethical appeal  Fundamental values of a society, which are generally accepted by everyone 
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Culture Team Lecture - CultureTeamLecture 15:03 Forclarification:Definitions Culture= Nonmaterialculture o (,idealolgoyandethos)and

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