<li>Fundamental concepts applied to my micro world of school<br /></li><li>Society<br />The network of interaction and org...
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
Nicole, Emily,Meg,Tiff
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  1. 1. <li>Fundamental concepts applied to my micro world of school<br /></li><li>Society<br />The network of interaction and organization between persons, groups, and institutions-&gt;<br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Culture<br />The values, beliefs, language and knowledge of a society-&gt;<br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Persons<br />Individuals who are shaped by their society and culture-&gt; They develop a social and cultural identity and learn to communicate and interact with other persons in society-&gt;<br /></li><li></li><li></li><li>Environment<br />The physical setting of a society, but other environments include the social and psychological environments <br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Time<br /> Constant in all societies and cultures measured in past, present and future-&gt;<br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Power<br />Involves a capacity to influence others to follow a course of action or point of view they would other wise not follow-&gt;<br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Authority<br />A subtype of power implies a legitimate use of influence and/or persuasion-&gt; Some authority has the right to make decisions this right is accepted by persons <br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Gender<br />The socially constructed differences between men and women-&gt; It doesn’t refer to physical or biological differences, but rather the value society places on those differences <br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li><li>Technology<br />Tools that makes tasks easier, enhancing the natural ability of persons to perform those takes <br /></li><li></li><li></li><li></li>

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