Crash Course Sociology E#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key
Crash Course Sociology E#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key
Crash Course Sociology E#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key
Crash Course Sociology E#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key
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Host- Nicole Sweeney

What exactly is culture? This week we’re going to try to answer that, and explain the difference between material and non-material culture. We’ll look at three things that make up culture: symbols, values and beliefs, and norms. We’ll explore Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (and some of its problems) and how language influences culture. Finally, we’ll talk about the three types of norms – folkways, mores, and taboos – which govern our daily life. (Crash Course Synopsis 9:32)

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