8 Terms - Society: A group of people who reside within a...

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Society: A group of people who reside within a specific territory and share a common culture. Role: A set of expected behavior patterns, obligations, and norms attached to a particular status. Scientific Revolution: 16th to 18th centuries. An era characterized by rapid scientific discoveries and a challenge to the established church of where knowledge resided. Authority: Power generally perceived by members of society as legitimate rather than coercive. Scientific Method: Used to investigate the natural and social world; It involves critical thinking, logical reasoning, and skeptical thought. Holistic: In anthropology, an approach that focuses the elements of culture, the relationships among those elements, and the relationship of culture to biology and environment. Power: The ability to cause other people to do things that, of their own free will, they would not do. Values: Standards by which a society defines what is desirable and undesirable. Efficiency:
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