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    CULTURE,  SOCIETY AND  DIVERSITY Sociology 105
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    WHAT IS MULTICULTURALISM? It is the concentration of many cultures living together in a society.
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    WHAT IS CULTURE?
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    MATERIAL CULTURE Examples: Stones clubs, jet airplanes, buildings, etc.
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    NONMATRIAL CULTURE
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    OBSERVATION Sociologists and anthropologists rely heavily on the interrelations between material and nonmaterial culture in studying societies that no longer exist. Many earlier people left behind no written records, but from such artifacts as cave paintings, pottery, arrowheads, and burial mounds, investigators have been able to piece together some conception of the nonmaterial cultures of many of these societies.
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    BELIEFS AND VALUES
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    WHAT IS DIVERSITY “The differences among people”
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    What is Cultural Diversity?
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    WHAT IS RACE? It is a group of individuals that are different due to their physical characteristics.
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    WHAT IS ETHNICITY?
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