3) Culture 1 - • CULTURE IS SHARED • CULTURE IS...

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"BODY RITUALS AMONG THE NACIREMA" AMERICAN CULTURAL RELATIVISM : BEHAVIOR IN ONE CULTURE SHOULD NOT BE JUDGED BY THE STANDARDS OF ANOTHER ETHNOCENTRISM PATTERNS OF VALUES AND BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS SHARED BY MEMBERS OF A GIVEN CULTURE 'MAKE SENSE' WHEN STUDIED IN CULTURAL CONTEXT CULTURE : LEARNED BEHAVIORS, BELIEFS, AND ATTITUDES CHARACTERISTIC OF A PARTICULAR SOCIETY OR POPULATION • CULTURE IS ALL-ENCOMPASSING • CULTURE IS LEARNED enculturation : the process of learning culture • learn from experience • learn as members of a group • cultural learning • CULTURE IS SYMBOLIC • CULTURE ORGANIZES NATURE
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Unformatted text preview: • CULTURE IS SHARED • CULTURE IS INTEGRATED • PEOPLE USE CULTURE ACTIVELY agency, practice • CULTURE CAN BE BOTH ADAPTIVE AND MALADAPTIVE • CULTURE HAS LEVELS •international culture •national culture •subculture pluralistic society @ [email protected] Israel: strudel Sweden: kanelbulle (cinnamon roll) Ukraine: pljushka (sweet bun) Sweden: kringla (pretzel) Czech: zavinac (rolled pickled herring) Italy: chiocciola (snail) France: petit escargot (little snail) Denmark: snabel (elephant’s trunk) Norway: grisehale (pig’s tail)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Hollypetersgolden during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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