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  • 1. CULTURE
  • 2. Edward Tylor Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, beliefs, art, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of the society.
  • 3. -For sum, culture is that complex whole which consist of knowledge, beliefs, ideas, habits, attitudes, skills, abilities, values, norms, art, law, morals, customs, traditions, feelings, and other capabilities of man which are acquired, learned and socially transmitted by man from one generation to another through the language and living together as members of the society.
  • 4. CHARACTERISTICS OF CULTURE
  • 5. 1. Culture is learned – It is acquired through education, training and experience. 2. Culture is socially transmitted through language - It is transmitted from one generation to another through the medium of language, verbal or non-verbal through the gestures or signs, orally or in writing.
  • 6. 3. Culture is a social product - many person interact with one another to develop culture. Culture is a product of social interaction through the mutual interstimulation and response of people with one another 4. Culture is a source of gratification - It provides satisfaction of man's varied psychology, social, emotional and spiritual needs.
  • 7. 5.Culture is adaptive 6. Culture is the distinctive way of life of a group of people
  • 8. 7. Culture is material and non-material – material culture, such as buildings and machines, are the products or outputs of the application of man's knowledge and skills, which are basically non-material. 8. Culture has sanctions and controls - these sanctions could be formal or informal.
  • 9. 9. Culture is stable yet dynamic - It is preserved and accumulated, highly stable and continuous. Culture is also changing. Culture grows and accumulates with the passing of time. 10. Culture is an established pattern of behavior - members of the certain society act in a fairly uniform manner because they share mutual beliefs, customs and way of doing.
  • 10. COMPONENTS OF CULTURE
  • 11. -These are the guidelines people are supposed to follow in their relation with one another. -they indicate what people should or should not do in specific situation. -they indicate the standard of propriety, morality, legality, and ethics of a society that are covered by sanctions when violation are made.
  • 12. Social norms a. Folkways – these are everyday habits; customs, traditions and conventions people obey without giving much thought to the matter b. Mores - these are the norms people consider vital to their wellbeing and most cherished values; they are special customs with moral and ethical significance, which are strongly held and emphasized.
  • 13. c. Laws - these are formalized norms enacted by people vested with legitimate authority.
  • 14. IDEAS, BELIEFS, VALUES Ideas are non-materials aspects of culture and embody man's conception of his physical, social and cultural world Beliefs refer to a person's conviction about a certain idea. Values are abstract concepts of what is important and worthwhile, they are general ideas that individuals share about what is good or bad.
  • 15. MATERIAL CULTURE -It refers to the concrete and tangible objects produced and used by man to satisfy his varied needs and wants.
  • 16. SYMBOLS It refers to an object, gesture, sound, color or design that represents something “ other that itself”.
  • 17. DIFFERENT VIEWPOINTS/ PERSPECTIVE ON CULTURE
  • 18. 1.Culture relativism 2.Culture Shock It refers to the feelings of disbelief, disorganization and frustration one experiences when he encounters cultural patterns or practices which are different from his. The concept of cultural relativism states that cultures differ, so that a cultural trait, act, or idea has no meaning but its meaning only within its cultural setting.
  • 19. 3. Ethnocentrism It refers to the tendency to see the behaviors, beliefs, values, and norms of one's own group as the only right way of living and to judge others by those standards. 4. Xenocentrism It refers to the idea that what is foreign is best and that one's lifestyle, products or ideas are inferior to those others.
  • 20. 5.Noble savage mentality It refers to the evaluation of one's culture and that of others based on the romantic notion that the culture and way of life of the primitives or other simple cultures is better, more acceptable and more orderly. 6. Subculture This refers to smaller group which develop norms,values, beliefs, and special languages which make the distinct from the broader society.
  • 21. 7. Counterculture or contra culture It refers subgroups whose standards come in conflict with the oppose the conventional standards of the dominant culture. 8. Culture lag It refers to the gap between the material and non-material culture.

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