|Chapter 3: Culture |[pic] |
|Chapter Overview | |
|PART I: CHAPTER OUTLINE |[pic] | |What is Culture? | | |Culture and Human Intelligence | | |Culture, Nation, and Society | | |The Components of Culture | | |Symbols | | |Language | | |Language and Cultural Transmission | | |Is Language Uniquely Human? | | |Does Language Shape Reality? | | |Values and Beliefs | | |Key Values of U.S. Culture | | |Values: Inconsistency and Conflict | | |Values in Action: The Games People Play | | |Norms | | |Mores and Folkways | | |Social Control | | |"Ideal" and "Real" Culture | | |Material Culture and Technology | | |New Information Technology and Culture | | |Cultural Diversity: Many Ways of Life In One World | | |High Culture and Popular Culture | | |Subculture | | |Multiculturalism | | |Counterculture | | |Cultural Change | | |Cultural Lag | | |Causes of Cultural Change | | |Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativity | | |A Global...
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