A cultural relativism b ethnocentrism c assimilation

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A. cultural relativismB. ethnocentrismC. assimilationD. cultural modeling
Croteau - Chapter 03 #70Level: ModerateTopic: Cultural DiversityType: Application71.(p. 77)What did Samuel Huntington argue?
Croteau - Chapter 03 #71Level: BasicTopic: Cultural DiversityType: Knowledge
72.(p. 77)How many "civilizations" did Samuel Huntington see in the world?
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Croteau - Chapter 03 #72Level: BasicTopic: Cultural DiversityType: Knowledge73.(p. 77)What did Samuel Huntington view as the fundamental difference among the "civilizations" he described?
Croteau - Chapter 03 #73Level: BasicTopic: Cultural DiversityType: Knowledge74.(p. 77-78)From a sociological perspective, all but which of the following are potential shortcomings in Samuel Huntington's theory? A. It oversimplifies the mix of cultures around the world.B. None of the civilizations he identified has a dominant racial group.C. It does not take into account inequalities of income and power that exist in many cultures.D. None of the civilizations he identified has a single, unified culture.
Croteau - Chapter 03 #74Level: BasicTopic: Cultural DiversityType: Comprehension

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