Flashcards in Culture, Norms and Values Deck (21)
What is culture?
A culture is created through the combination of the norms and values of a specific group.
What is a norm?
A norm is an expectation in society that is taught during primary socialisation due to its importance, allows that specific culture to function.
What is a value?
A value may be a belief or idea that is taught during primary socialisation due to its importance, tending to be things people strive to achieve.
What things may vary between cultures?
Identify 3 valued principals in the UK
Educational success, foodbanks, NHS
Identify norms in a school or work environment?
1) To follow authority
2) Try your best
3) Have good manners
What are the 4 types of culture in societies?
High, popular, consumer and global
What is meant by 'high culture'?
Superior activities enjoyed by those of a high class status so are not widely available.
What is meant by 'popular culture'?
Activities enjoyed by the majority of the population so are well-known.
What is meant by 'consumer culture'?
The action of continuously buying products that you desire as spending money is the norm.
What is meant by 'global culture'?
Refers to growing trends that allow certain products and activities to become universally known. AKA Globalisation.
Define the term intercultural diversity
Diversity between cultures
Define the term intracultural diversity
Diversity within cultures
What is a subculture?
A smaller culture within a larger one
What is cultural hybridity?
The merging of 2 or more cultures to form a hybrid of them all.
Who introduced the idea of a ‘global village’?
What is the ‘global village’?
The idea that the world is becoming more connected due to globalisation.
Who proposed the idea of a ‘white wannabe’?
What is a ‘white wannabe’?
A white person who adopts mannerisms and cultural aspects from the black community.
Who studied the Hamar Tribe?