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socialculture03 - Socialculture The Societal Script From...

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1 Socialculture “The Societal Script” From what does it derive? Time Ecosystem Human Psychobiology Experience Norms • Values • Roles Religion Education Folklore Rites Rituals Totems Taboos Jargon Status Kinships Intimates Familiars Heroes/Heretics Art/Artifacts Architecture Costumes Technology Symbols/Icons What does it affect? Governance— democracy, totalitarianism, socialism, etc. Social orientation— individual, communal, collective, etc. Negotiations— distributive, integrative, attitudinal. Education— focus, content, importance, access, etc. Legal system— laws, regulation, adjudication, enforcement, etc. Perceptions about: Time Nature Others Property Candor Work Change Obligations Ethos Authority Wealth Self Communication —assertiveness, distance, voice, directness, etc.
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2 How do we get it? “No man is aware of, nor ignorant about, his own culture” Socialization - Inculturation - Non-conscious learning by exposure to cultural institutions Conscious learning through the study of ethnology and anthropology Why do we want it? Promotes social satisfaction by scripting
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