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Three Levels of Culture (Hidalgo)

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Barbara Maestas

on 22 February 2018

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Transcript of Three Levels of Culture (Hidalgo)

Behavioral
(at the water line)
• Definition of social roles, language spoken,
approaches to nonverbal communication
• Aspects: language, gender roles, family structure,
political affiliation, organizational patterns, values

Concrete
(above the water line)
• Explicit, visible, taught: what the tourist sees
• Aspects: clothes, music, food, games

Symbolic
(below the water line)
• “Hidden” culture not directly taught: habits, assumptions, values, judgments that we know are “right” but do not think to question or explain
• Aspects: values system, customs, spirituality, beliefs, religion, worldview, mores

Explicit, most visible
what the tourist sees
clothes, music, food, games
clarifies how we define
"act"
values and beliefs
"think"
key to how individuals define themselves
clothes
spirituality
gender roles
food
language
music
value systems
If people know your food, clothes, games, and music, will they really know what is important to you? Will they understand your values?
most often interpreted as “the culture” of ethnic groups
How does our cultural perspective influence our work in the classroom?
religion
family structure
education
sexual orientation
social class
social roles
language spoken
approach to nonverbal communication
Behavioral
Are you more than just your group memberships and the language you speak?
gender roles
family structure
political affiliation
Three Levels of Culture
system of
beliefs, values, and assumptions

about life that
guide behavior
and are
shared

by a group of people

transmitted
from generation to
generation,
rarely with explicit instructions

(Peace Corps)
culture provides a lens through which we view the world and interpret our everyday experiences
not innate; learned (wisdom stories)
transmitted
from one generation to another
based on
symbols
(verbal, nonverbal)
ethnocentric
(own culture lens through which all other cultures are evaluated)
Characteristics of Culture
Three Levels of Culture (Hidalgo)
customs
spirituality
religion
mores
(customs, values, and behaviors that are accepted by a particular group)
Cultural Identity Worksheet
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