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Social Cultural World Notes

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Complete notes on Society and Culture Preliminary Course topic, Social Cultural World. Included are syllabus dot point notes and information on Maasai Culture.

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Social Cultural World Notes
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Social status Sociology Role theory Gender studies Metaphysics Nilotic peoples Maasai people Gender role Role Communication Sociology of gender Norm Edward B. Tylor
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Social status Sociology Role theory Gender studies Metaphysics Nilotic peoples Maasai people Gender role Role Communication Sociology of gender Norm Edward B. Tylor
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Society can be local, national, regional and international patterns of relationships and organisations. People belong to informal and formal groups, and within and between these groups there are patterns of interactions that contribute to unique culture. Culture - Refers to the shared knowledge, attitudes and behaviour that give each society its coherence, identity and distinctive way of life. Culture is demonstrated by the beliefs, customs, values, norms, rules, laws, governance, arts, technologies and artefacts that people generate and use as they interpret meaning from their words and solve present and future problems. Culture is dynamic and undergoes change, and is therefore not static. Persons - Every person is a unique individual who develops in a social and environmental setting in which he or she is influenced by, and interacts with, other persons and gro...
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