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- is used to refer to the entire way of a particular society.
- involves the whole system of behaviour and beliefs of a society (e.g. faith, art, language etc.)
- Williams - culture is a way of life.
- Woodward - culture i
Norms and Values
- Values - the beliefs adn ideas that society sees as important, and are accepted by the majority of society.
- e.g. educational achievement, respect, conformity.
- Woodward - culture
- Norms are expected patterns of behaviour that are based on the values of a society.
- e.g. wear the uniform, sit down, try your best.
- Norms and values of any culture are relative.
- They can also change over time.
- Most people follow the norms and values of their society, and when they don't they are deviant.
Sex and Temperament in Three Primative States - Mead
- Studied male and female gender roles in different tribes.
- In the Arapesh tribe - both genders were gentle and cooperative.
- In the Mundugumoor tribe - both genders…