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B. gestures.C. shortcuts.D. emoticons.Croteau - Chapter 03 #26Level: BasicTopic: The Elements of CultureType: Knowledge
27.(p. 65)If your cell phone rings in the library and others give you a disapproving look, you have likely violated a(n) A. formal regulation.B. informal norm.C. more.D. folkway.Croteau - Chapter 03 #27Level: ModerateTopic: The Elements of CultureType: Application28.(p. 66)What is the difference between a more and a folkway? A. Mores are more strictly enforced than folkways.B. They are similar and can be used interchangeably.C. Folkways are more severe than mores.D. Violating a folkway may lead to public shame.Croteau - Chapter 03 #28Level: ModerateTopic: The Elements of CultureType: Knowledge29.(p. 66)Steve decided to go with his friend Wendy to visit a nudist retreat. Of course, everyone Steve encountered was naked. He didn't quite feel comfortable walking around completely naked so he chose to be partially clothed. A few people stared at Steve. In that setting, what was Steve violating by being partially clothed? A. a moreB. a tabooC. a folkwayD. a formal normCroteau - Chapter 03 #29
Level: ModerateTopic: The Elements of CultureType: Application30.(p. 66-67)Alia and Geoff have recently begun to date one another. They communicate through a variety of means such as talking on the phone, texting, and emailing, as well as video chatting. They both like to plan events in advance. They call one another to discuss what they are going to do the following week on their date. They are able to make plans because of a shared