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Published on October 21, 2008

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Lesson 3Part 1 of 5 : Lesson 3Part 1 of 5 Corresponding Quiz - #3 Corresponding Exam - #1 Corresponding Chapter - #3 Additional assigned reading Pp. 107 – 108 Evolving Societies: The Division of Labor Pp. 632 – 639 What is Social Change, Causes of Social Change, Modernity Lesson Goals : Lesson Goals 1. Understand the concept of ethnic identity 2. Gain knowledge of the term culture. Including theories of cultural patterns, cultural change, and cultural universals. Culture and Ethnicity : Culture and Ethnicity They are not the same, but are related. A group you belong to v. a broad way of life Many of the defining characteristics of ethnicity are related to the idea of culture. What makes up your “ethnic identity”? 2nd – What is culture? Race : Race Physical characteristics Genetic- born with this part of your identity (inherited) Difficult/impossible to change Biological differences are minimal. Society decides who belongs in what racial category and society decides what the categories are We learn what group we belong in from interacting with our society (we learn about race) Societies conception of race changes overtime (the one drop rule v. blood quantum. Include/exclude. Socially motivated definitions) RELIGION IS ALSO A PART OF ETHNIC IDENTITY : RELIGION IS ALSO A PART OF ETHNIC IDENTITY Religion : Religion More important to the identity of some than to others. Sometimes society attaches importance to religious identity. Hitler/Jews – JFK/Catholics Slide 11: Society influences religion. Governmental influences The 1st amendment and the war on drugs. Brazilian Church/Native American Church/Rastafarian. Peyote and the Supreme Court. State drug laws of Oregon over ride the free exercise of religion (fed) Med. Marijuana. Federal drug laws over ride any state law. Ethnic identity : Ethnic identity Race and Religion Nationality (citizenship) and National Origin also can play a big role. Where your ancestors came from What nation you live in DEFINING CULTURE : DEFINING CULTURE The Concept of Culture : The Concept of Culture Singular to plural (Boas 1930s) High culture/pop culture today Prior to Boas our concept of culture was singular and meant basically high culture. How about the “other”? Those that don’t live like that/us – they also have culture = a plural concept of culture (pop, high, counter, hip-hop/within). Cross cultural/outside. (ethnocentric v. cultural relativism/objective) Culture : Culture Culture v. Society – no geographical border limits for a culture. Multicultural society (dominant culture)/more than one society can share a culture. A change in one will result in a change in the other (correlated - structure/way of life). Culture : Culture The values, beliefs, behaviors, and material objects that together form a people’s way of life. 1. Values and beliefs. What you accept to be true. What you believe is right\wrong. What you think is desirable. Learned, not inherited. Non material culture. What are some values of U.S. culture? (conflicting values?) p. 66 2. Material culture. Language and symbols Language and Symbols : Language and Symbols A symbol is anything that carries a particular meaning recognized by people who share a culture. (Bush – cross culture) Language is a system of symbols that allows people to communicate with each other. Spoken or written. The language you speak can determine how you see the world. Sapir-Whorf Thesis. Language and Symbols : Language and Symbols A loss of language=a loss of culture. A loss of a distinctive world view. Cultural transmission. We pass culture to the next generation by using language. Oral v. Scripted traditions. Cultural patterns as “ideal types”

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