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1. What is the relationship between culture and society, from a sociological perspective? a. The members of a society share a culture to some extent. b. A society is much larger and more widespread than culture. c. A society involves social interaction; culture does not. d. Culture is a subset of society.
What distinction do Gezon and Kottak draw between culture and society?
B. People share society―organized life in groups―with other animals, but culture is distinctly human.
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What distinction does Kottak draw between culture and society?
People share society-organized life in groups- with other animals but culture is distinctively human
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Based on Of Plymouth Plantation, which aspect of the Pilgrims’ culture and society was most important to them?
Which of the following contributions to modern psychiatric nursing practice was made by Freud ? a. The theory of personality structure and levels of awareness b. The concept of a “self actualized personality” c. The thesis that culture and society exert significant influence on personality d. provision of a developmental model that includes the entire life span
a. The theory of personality structure and levels of awareness
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Psychology should focus more on the process than on the static results of development, and the individual is shaped and formed by internalizing aspects of the culture and society.
What was Vgotsky’s perspective on psychology?
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What distinction does Kottak draw between culture and society? A. Culture is the result of higher education, whereas society is shared by all people. B. People share society with other animals, but culture is distinctly human. C. Culture is genetically programmed, whereas society is transmitted through social learning. D. People attain culture through international travel but society is the social environment of their native land. E. Society rests more upon certain features of human biology than culture does.
B. People share society with other animals, but culture is distinctly human.
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Which developmental psychologist believed that the nature of the partnership between children, adults, and peers is determined through cultural and societal factors such as preschools, play groups, the emphasis on certain tasks that are valued by the culture and society, and that even the toys that children play with reflect the nature of the society in which the child lives? a) Piaget b) Vygotsky c) Watson d) Skinner
Formed through the influences of the family, culture and society, these serve as the basis for ethical conduct
Moral Values
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What is the relationship between culture and society, from a sociological perspective?
The correct answer is: The members of a society share a culture to some extent.
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