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Title: Unit II Jeopardy


1
Unit II Jeopardy
Perspectives Components Define Identify Cultural Change
100 100 100 100 100
200 200 200 200 200
300 300 300 300 300
400 400 400 400 400
500 500 500 500 500
600 600 600 600 600
700 700 700 700 700
800 800 800 800 800
900 900 900 900 900

2
Components 100
Anything that meaningfully represents something
else Can function to produce loyalty and
animosity love or hate
3
Components 100 Answer
Symbols
4
Components 200
A set of symbols that express ideas and enable
people to think and communicate with one another.
Kinds Verbal Nonverbal such as written or in
gestures. Unique to humans as a species
5
Components 200 Answer
  • Language

6
Components 300
Collective ideas about what is right or
wrong, good or bad, and desirable or undesirable
in a particular culture. They provide the
criteria for evaluating people, objects and
events
7
Components 300 Answer
  • Values

8
Components 400
Established rules of behaviour or standards of
conduct

9
Components 400 Answer
  • Norms

10
Components 500
Those informal norms or everyday customs that
may be violated without serious consequences
within a particular culture Examples brushing
teeth, kinds of clothes, gestures, religious
fasting, kinds of cars we buy, kinds of houses
we live in

11
Components 500 Answer
  • Folkways

12
Components 600
Are strongly held norms with moral and ethical
connotations that may or may not be violated
without serious consequences in a particular
culture

13
Components 600 Answer

Mores
14
Components 700
So strong that their violation is considered to
be extremely offensive Example sexual bonding
between close kin

15
Components 700 Answer
  • Taboos

16
Components 800
Formal, standardized norms that have been
enacted by legislatures and are enforced by
formal sanctions
17
Components 800 Answer
  • Laws

18
Components 900
Name the 2 types of Canadian Law

19
Components Answer
  • Civil deals with disputes between people
  • Criminal deals with public safety and well-being

20
Perspectives 100
  • Bronislaw Malinowski suggested that culture helps
    fulfill which of the following needs?
  • biological, physical and fundamental
  • biological and integrative
  • C. biological, instrumental and integrative
  • D. none of the above

21
Perspectives 100 Answer
  • C. biological, instrumental and integrative

22
Perspectives 200

Which perspective believes that all societies
have dysfunctions?
23
Perspectives 200 Answer
  • Functionalist

24
Perspectives 300
Which sociological perspective believes culture
may be used by certain groups to maintain their
privilege and exclude others from societys
benefits.

25
Perspectives 300 Answer

Conflict
26
Perspectives 400
  • Assumes that a common language and shared
  • values help produce consensus and harmony.


27
Perspectives 400 Answer
  • Functionalist

28
Perspectives 500
Which sociological perspective studies messages
about gender and relationships that are
pervasive in culture.

29
Perspectives 500 Answer
  • Feminist

30
Perspectives 600
  • Which sociological perspective believes that
    there are many cultures within Canada alone. In
    order to gain a better understanding of how
    popular culture may simulate reality rather than
    being reality. They believe we need a new way of
    conceptualizing culture and society.


31
Perspectives 600 Answer
  • Post Modern

32
Perspectives 700
  • Which sociological perspective suggests that
    people create, maintain, and modify culture as
    they go about their everyday activities


33
Perspectives 700 Answer
  • Symbolic interactionists

34
Perspectives 800
  • Pop Culture is the glue that holds society
    together. It help to integrate people.
  • Ex. Fans of different backgrounds brought
    together to cheer at a sporting event.


35
Perspectives 800 Answer
  • Functionalist

36
Perspectives 900
  • Believe that pop culture has become a part of
    North American capitalist economy
  • Ex. Disney creates pop culture, such as films, TV
    shows and Amusement parks


37
Perspectives 900 Answer
  • Conflict

38
Define 100
  • Consists of the physical or tangible creations
    that members of a society make, use, and share


39
Define 100 Answer
  • Material Culture

40
Define 200
  • Consists of the abstract or intangible human
    creations of society that influence peoples
    behaviour

41
Define 200 Answer
  • Non-Material Culture

42
Define 300
  • Consists of activities, products, and services
    that are assumed to appeal primarily to members
    of the middle and working classes
  • These include rock concerts, spectator sports,
    movies, television soap operas, situation
    comedies, and, more recently, the Internet.

43
Define 300 Answer
  • Pop Culture

44
Define 400
  • Consists of classical music, opera, ballet, live
    theatre, and other activities. Activities
    usually patronized by elite audiences from the
    upper and middle upper classes. These people
    have the time, money and knowledge assumed to be
    necessary for its appreciation

45
Define 400 Answer
  • High Culture

46
Define 500
  • values and standards of behaviour that people in
    a society profess to hold

47
Define 500 Answer
  • Ideal Culture

48
Define 600
  • the values and standards of behaviour that people
    actually follow

49
Define 600 Answer

Real Culture
50
Define 700
  • Is a group of people who share a distinctive set
    of cultural beliefs and behaviours that differ in
    some significant way from that of the larger
    society.
  • Example The Hutterites of Western Canada.

51
Define 700 Answer
  • Subculture

52
Define 800
  • a group that strongly rejects dominant societal
    values and norms and seeks alternative
    lifestyles. Young people are more likely to join
    these groups.
  • Flower children of the 1960s, members of non
    mainstream religious sects, and cults are all
    examples of countercultures.

53
Define 800 Answer
  • Counterculture

54
Define 900
  • Are values that conflict with one another or are
    mutually exclusive.

55
Define 900 Answer
  • VALUE CONTRADICTIONS

56
Identify 100
  • Are rewards for appropriate behaviour and
    punishment for inappropriate behavior.


57
Identify 100 Answer
  • Sanctions

58
Identify 200
  • Created a pyramid of 5 levels of human needs.

59
Identify 200 Answer
  • Maslow

60
Identify 300
  • He is considered the Father of Hip Hop music.


61
Identify 300 Answer
  • Kool Herc

62
Identify 400
  • The universal categories were created by
    anthropologist

63
Identify 400 Answer
  • George Murdock

64
Identify 500
Name the 4 types of Fads
65
Identify 500 Answer
Object Fads Activity Fads Idea Fads Personality
Fads
66
Identify 600

Societies include people who are dissimilar in
regard to social characteristics such as
nationality, race, ethnicity, class, occupation
or education. i.e. Canada
67
Identify 600 Answer
HETEROGENSOUS SOCIETY
68
Identify 700

A _________ is regularly repeated and carefully
prescribed forms of behavior that symbolize a
cherished value or belief
69
Identify 700 Answer
  • Ritual

70
Identify 800
  • Knowledge and appreciation of high culture is
    considered a prerequisite for access to the
    dominant class who can then deny access to lower
    classes, reinforcing class structures. This is
    known as __.

71
Identify 800 Answer
  • CULTURAL CAPITAL THEORY

72
Identify 900
  • General customs and practices present in all
    cultures that help humans meet their basic needs
    are called

73
Identify 900 Answer
  • Cultural Universals

74
Cultural Change 100
  • is a gap between the technical development of a
    society and its moral and legal institutions.

75
Cultural Change 100 Answer
  • CULTURAL LAG

76
Cultural Change 200
  • _______ is the transmission of cultural items or
    social practices from one group or society to
    another.


77
Cultural Change 200 Answer
  • DIFFUSION

78
Cultural Change 300
  • ________ is the disorientation that people feel
    when they encounter cultures radically different
    from their own.


79
Cultural Change 300 Answer
  • Culture Shock

80
Cultural Change 400
  • ____is the extensive infusion of one nations
    culture into other nations.


81
Cultural Change 400 Answer
  • CULTURAL IMPERIALISM

82
Cultural Change 500
  • _______ is the process of reshaping existing
    cultural items into a new form. Example Light
    bulbs .

83
Cultural Change 500 Answer
  • Invention

84
Cultural Change 600
  • _______is the process of learning about something
    previously unknown or recognized. Example
    Polio vaccination


85
Cultural Change 600 Answer
  • Discovery

86
Cultural Change 700
  • The tendency to regard ones own culture and
    group as the standard, and thus superior. All
    other groups are then seen as inferior. Judge
    groups based upon the standards of your own
    race/culture


87
Cultural Change 700 Answer
  • Ethnocentrism

88
Cultural Change 800
  • The belief that the behaviors and customs of a
    society must be viewed and analyzed by the
    cultures own standards


89
Cultural Change 800 Answer
  • Cultural Relativism

90
Cultural Change 900
  • What is meant by Cool Hunting ?


91
Cultural Change 900 Answer
  • Markerters have to find a way to seem real true
    to the lives and attitudes of teenagers in
    short, to become cool themselves.
  • To that end, they search out the next cool thing
    and have adopted an almost anthropological
    approach to studying teens and analyzing their
    every move as if they were animals in the wild.
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