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The accumulation of shared meanings, rituals, norms, and traditions among the members of an organization or society is a definition of ________.


A. culture

B. social class

C. the family life cycle

D. a reference group
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Which functional area of culture is most related to the idea of a common worldview?


A. ecology

B. social structure

C. ideology

D. socio-psychology
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Which of the following would best describe a norm?


A. A norm is what is considered normal within a group. They are so taken for granted that most people don't know what their norms are until they see one violated.

B. Norms are the laws of a culture. They are behaviors that are so important that they are written into law.

C. Norms are so "normal" to a group that even small children can describe them in detail to outsiders.

D. Norms are the universal behaviors that set us apart as humans irrespective of the culture a person happens to live in. Norms allows persons to understand at least parts of other cultures.
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The accumulation of shared meanings, rituals, norms, and traditions among the members of an
organization or society is a definition of ________.
A. culture
B. social class
C. the family...

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