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Culture: Norms, Folkways, Mores, Taboos and Laws
Transcript of Culture: Norms, Folkways, Mores, Taboos and Laws
human groups, including
material objects, beliefs,
*Norms are EXPECTATIONS,
not the way people necessarily act
The shared rules of conduct
that tell people how to act
in a specific situation
Customs that are socially approved
but do not have any moral significance
attached to them. The are common
customs of everyday life.
Greeting someone new
Eat with silverware
Waiting your turn in line
Do not take another person's life
Marriage is between 2 people
Customs that have
great moral significance
All considered moral wrongs that "endangers the well being and stability of society"
Prohibition of an act based on its oddity, non compliance or threat to society.
You can't marry
Rape, Incest &
punishable by law
There are 2 things you
will do with this...
SO WHAT DOES
MEAN FOR ME?
Acceptance of social norms that are required for functioning in a given society
Norms & values are taught to children to be passed on
changed into LAWS...