This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: -non material- values, beliefs, attitudes, behavior Culture Shock-being exposed to another culture and experiencing disorientation/ shock to the extreme Components of Culture *Symbols and Symbolic Meaning-Symbols Create Reality-Symbols change over time *Language *Values and Beliefs-Values are the Guidelines (what we should strive for, etc)-Values and Effect on the Individual (equal opportunity could be seen by some But not by all)-Key Values in America-Inconsistency in Values (diversity) *Norms (expectations and rules of society; deviance= violation of norms) Material Culture -refers to artifacts of society-influences of technology Idealogy-system of beliefs ( all we need to know about idealogy) -statements of reality-will be prompted by those in power...
View Full Document
- Fall '07