Unformatted text preview: B. Cultural relativism 4. “Children are a Precious Commodity” is an example of a cultural A. Value – a shared idea or sentiment about what is good or desirable. B. Norm – a rule, guideline or standard of acceptable behavior C. Taboo 5. Maintaining this “ideal culture” is an impediment to achieving better outcomes for children in the United States. . A. True B. False. Ideal culture is inconsistent with real culture, but maintaining ideals makes sense because it ensures financial investment in children and good policy decisions regarding fertility rates (see ST p. 31, 33, and 35)....
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- Spring '09
- Cultural Relativism, Americas