World Culture's Final Exam Terms
Intro to the World
Cultural Conflict clash of different ways of life over scarce resources, religion, race, land, oil, water, power, etc
Cultural Relativism judge culture on their own standards and values 3.
Culturally different one culture different from every other culture 4.
Culture total way of life of someone
Diffusion mixing of different cultures from place to place 6.
Ethnocentrism belief that ones own culture is superior to other's: judge other's by your own standards 7.
Globalization process by which countries become increasingly interconnected 8.
International Date Line line that is used by geographers that divides the world into two day's 9.
Interdependence mutual dependence of countries
Kalahari Bushmen natives of Africa who tried to keep their distance from the world and traditions became corrupt with a simple coke bottle 11.
L.A.S.S. learned adaptive symbolic shared: this is the way culture's would be able to mix 12.
Norms expectations of behavior
Prime Meridian - 0° longitude on a globe, located in Greenwich, England 14.
Relative location natural occurring physical features used to describe a location on the map if not given the exact location 15.
Socialization taught about a culture either or their own or another's 16.
Standard of living depends on the effort you put into how you want to live 17.
Symbols represent a certain topic, feeling, idea etc
Time zones divides up the globe depending on the number of hours they are away from Greenwich 19.
Equator Along the x-axis, or meaning Latitude
Universally Similar meaning that every culture has similar foods, religions, clothes, language, housing, music, sports, and gestures 21.
Values beliefs about what is right or wrong, good or bad, and desirable or undesirable
Animism belief that everything has a spirit no matter if it is living or if it is not 2.
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