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Social Sciences Department, Arellano University
Renante A. Rogador
Subject Teacher
12 ABM 1
12 ICT 2
12 H.E. 2
Aspects of
LESSON
G u i d e
Questions
Enumerate the different
aspects of culture.
Understand how culture
of a certain society can
influence changes in
another society.
What are
the aspects
of culture?
What are the
processes that made
culture of a society can
influence any changes in
another society?
How culture
and
individual
behavior
related?
Culture - is fluid
rather than static,
which means that
culture changes all
the time, every
day, in subtle and
tangible ways.
Culture - is dynamic as
it responds to the
changing needs of
time, alongside to the
motion and actions
within and around it.
When one aspect
changes within a
system, culture
easily responds to it.
A flexible culture is one where the organization
and the people in it are capable of adapting
effectively to changing demands.
Dynamic, flexible
and adaptive
A
Age
Gender
Religion
Time
Power
&
Authority
Emotion
Previous intercultural
interactions Communication
Nationality
Factors that make culture dynamic
.
Culture is shared
Culture is
a contested site
of meaning.
B
Shared and
Contested
1. To be considered a cultural
characteristic, a particular
belief, value, or practice
must be shared by a
significant portion of the
society.
2. Culture is often viewed as
group customs that link
together members of
society.
3. Culture is often viewed as
group customs that link
together members of
society.
People leverage culture to
build collective identities and
exploit or mobilize for
personal, economic, or
political gain. Communication
is a process of
utilizing cultural resources.
a. Family d. Mass media
b. Educational institutions e. Virtual
c. Houses of worship training communities
Through socialization, people learn to
identify what is important and valued
within particular culture.
Learning styles are greatly influenced by how
a culture socializes with its children and young
people. The process by which a child acquires
his or her own culture is referred to
as enculturation. On the basis
of cultural learning, people create, remember,
and deal with ideas.
C
Learned through socialization
or enculturation
Option 01
Option 02
Option 03
Option 04
D Patterned social interaction
Social interaction is a
social exchange between
two or more individuals.
In sociology, social
interaction is a dynamic
sequence of social actions
between individuals (or
groups) who modify their
actions and reactions due
to actions by their
interaction partner(s).
Social interactions can be
differentiated into
accidental, repeated,
regular and regulated.
E Integrated and at times unstable
Cultural integration is when
individuals from one culture adopt
practices from another culture
without diminishing their own.
Cultural meanings are
definitely unstable, because
throughout history they have
changed drastically. The
historical period tends to dictate
the social and cultural norms.
F
Transmitted
through
socialization
A key element of cultural transmission is that it is, in
part, transmitted across generations, or at the very
least, between individuals. These sources
of cultural information are known as socialization
(or socializing) agents.
CULTURE
G
Requires language and other
forms of communication
The set of attributes of a culture is expressed through
language. Language is also used to point to objects that
are unique to a particular culture. All this means that
learning and teaching another language is essential for
international communication and cooperation.
In other forms of communication For example, you
can communicate hunger through making a gesture
pointing to your stomach or your mouth, a universal
sign. Often people will use this rudimentary
sign language to speak to others when they need
something. Another subtle yet common form of
nonverbal communication is facial expressions.
Look around you in your
society at present or you
may ask you elders and
parents about what do
they think the culture that
do you have now in your
society that were an
influence from another
society’s culture. Support
your discussions with
illustrations.
DLP Activity/Exercise
B y e f o r n o w !
W e W i l l h a v e a R e v i e w N e x t M o n d a y

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Aspects of Culture

  • 1. Social Sciences Department, Arellano University Renante A. Rogador Subject Teacher 12 ABM 1 12 ICT 2 12 H.E. 2
  • 3. G u i d e Questions Enumerate the different aspects of culture. Understand how culture of a certain society can influence changes in another society. What are the aspects of culture? What are the processes that made culture of a society can influence any changes in another society? How culture and individual behavior related?
  • 4. Culture - is fluid rather than static, which means that culture changes all the time, every day, in subtle and tangible ways. Culture - is dynamic as it responds to the changing needs of time, alongside to the motion and actions within and around it. When one aspect changes within a system, culture easily responds to it. A flexible culture is one where the organization and the people in it are capable of adapting effectively to changing demands. Dynamic, flexible and adaptive A
  • 6. . Culture is shared Culture is a contested site of meaning. B Shared and Contested 1. To be considered a cultural characteristic, a particular belief, value, or practice must be shared by a significant portion of the society. 2. Culture is often viewed as group customs that link together members of society. 3. Culture is often viewed as group customs that link together members of society. People leverage culture to build collective identities and exploit or mobilize for personal, economic, or political gain. Communication is a process of utilizing cultural resources. a. Family d. Mass media b. Educational institutions e. Virtual c. Houses of worship training communities
  • 7. Through socialization, people learn to identify what is important and valued within particular culture. Learning styles are greatly influenced by how a culture socializes with its children and young people. The process by which a child acquires his or her own culture is referred to as enculturation. On the basis of cultural learning, people create, remember, and deal with ideas. C Learned through socialization or enculturation
  • 8. Option 01 Option 02 Option 03 Option 04 D Patterned social interaction Social interaction is a social exchange between two or more individuals. In sociology, social interaction is a dynamic sequence of social actions between individuals (or groups) who modify their actions and reactions due to actions by their interaction partner(s). Social interactions can be differentiated into accidental, repeated, regular and regulated.
  • 9. E Integrated and at times unstable Cultural integration is when individuals from one culture adopt practices from another culture without diminishing their own. Cultural meanings are definitely unstable, because throughout history they have changed drastically. The historical period tends to dictate the social and cultural norms.
  • 10. F Transmitted through socialization A key element of cultural transmission is that it is, in part, transmitted across generations, or at the very least, between individuals. These sources of cultural information are known as socialization (or socializing) agents.
  • 11. CULTURE G Requires language and other forms of communication The set of attributes of a culture is expressed through language. Language is also used to point to objects that are unique to a particular culture. All this means that learning and teaching another language is essential for international communication and cooperation. In other forms of communication For example, you can communicate hunger through making a gesture pointing to your stomach or your mouth, a universal sign. Often people will use this rudimentary sign language to speak to others when they need something. Another subtle yet common form of nonverbal communication is facial expressions.
  • 12. Look around you in your society at present or you may ask you elders and parents about what do they think the culture that do you have now in your society that were an influence from another society’s culture. Support your discussions with illustrations. DLP Activity/Exercise
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