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Seven Elements of Culture. 7 Elements of Culture. Social Organization Customs and Traditions Language Arts & Literature Religion Forms of Government Economic Systems. Define it Explain it in your own words Why is it important? Examples – 3 Minimum. Social Organization.

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    1. Seven Elements of Culture

    2. 7 Elements of Culture • Social Organization • Customs and Traditions • Language • Arts & Literature • Religion • Forms of Government • Economic Systems • Define it • Explain it in your own words • Why is it important? • Examples – 3 Minimum

    3. SocialOrganization

    4. Framework of society

    5. Social Organization 1. Families: The building blocks of society

    6. Two types of family: -nuclear -extended

    7. Social Organization 1. Families a. Nuclear Family: “the immediate family” Contains only parents and children

    8. Social Organization 1. Families a. Nuclear Family b. Extended Family: The nuclear family and other relatives living under the same roof or in close proximity.

    9. c. Patriarchal: Family dominated by the eldest male.Matriarchal: Family dominated by female

    10. d. Monogamy:Only one spouse.Polygamy:More than one spouse.

    11. Many cultures have arranged marriages.

    12. A. Social Organization 1. Families 2. Social Classes: Some people have greater status than others. Why?

    13. B.Customs: How are people expected to behave in social situations?

    14. C. Language: How do people communicate with each other?

    15. 1. Dialect: a variety of a language

    16. D. Arts: How do people order things? (Space, ideas, sounds, materials, etc.)

    17. Dance

    18. Theater

    19. Literature

    20. Music

    21. Ceramics

    22. Sculpture

    23. Architecture

    24. Painting & Drawing

    25. Aesthetics: the study of beauty

    26. E. Religion

    27. Three questions of religion: 1. Where did we come from?

    28. 2. How should we live our lives? 3. Where do we go when we die?