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8 Parts of Culture

Every important part of Culture, enjoy! :)

Nathan Pan

on 19 March 2014

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8 Parts of Culture
Daily Life
Includes how people live, such as food or clothing. It also shows what they do in their religion if they have one. For example, Muslim women are forced to cover their faces in public because of their culture and social status.
Economy is what runs a country's money system and market. Economy can be good or bad, a bad economy is characterized by crashing markets, bankruptcy, and closed banks. An example would be the Great Depression. A good economy would have a booming market with investors willing to put in money, like China's quickly growing market.
A select faith a person chooses. Religions have a variety of different beliefs and rules. Generally, a religion tries to explain the supernatural using deities or great leaders. A example would be Christianity, which explains that we humans were made by god. With this religion comes the rules, the Ten Commandments.
A system by which a country or state follows by. A government enforces rules followed by the people. Ex. America's government is separated into the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial, all with specific jobs.
Social Groups
Social Groups include peers, teams, any group of people who work or interact with each other.
Language is how we communicate with others who speak the same language as you. An example would be Chinese (Heheh), only people that know Chinese would be able to understand it. There's also rules with language too, like the usage of it, and proper grammar.
History reflects on what happens in the past, present, and future. Major events, such as large natural disasters, technological advances, and cultural discoveries. Past events can include the volcano of Pompeii, or the present release of the new IPhone, or the future launch to Alpha Centauri.
Art is what usually runs a culture varying between ancient pottery, to beautiful paintings which have survived over the years. Arts don't only include these, architecture like the Great Pyramids still stand today.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/03/18/gop-bill-would-cut-civilian-defense-jobs-shift-cash-to-military/ (Change in Government and Economics) GOP bill cuts civilian defense cash.

http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/03/18/tonights-menu-special-tablets/ (Change in Daily Life) Tablets are showing up in restaurants.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/03/14/college-offers-to-pay-for-students-year-off-removing-financial-barrier-to/ (Change in Economics) College pays for students' year off.

http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2014/03/18/just-13-1-on-season-cal-poly-is-confident-heading-into-ncaa-debut-against-texas/ (Change in Social Groups) Cal Poly is confident heading into NCAA debut against Texas Southern.
Created by Nathan Pan, a Student at Cleveland Middle School, TN
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