Unformatted text preview: nefits of society regardless of their group memberships.
Ethnocentrism—View that one’s cultural group is superior to all others. Freedom—Not being unduly hampered or constrained in choice or action by others.
Hidden curriculum—The unwritten and informal rules that guide the expected behaviors and attitudes of
students in school.
Immigration—To enter a country in which one was not born for the purpose of becoming a permanent
Individualism—Dominant feature of western culture that stresses the rights, freedom, and importance of the
individual over groups.
Inequality—Marked distinctions in economic success, educati...
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- Fall '14
- Sociology, dominant culture, cultural group, different cultural groups, dominant cultural group, group memberships