Material and Non-material of Culture (Culture (It can be defined as the…
Material and Non-material of Culture
It can be defined as the language, norms, values, beliefs, and together, form a people's way of life.
Nonverbal communication between individuals or groups, using all or part of the body.
Verbal communication between individuals and groups, using numbers, letters, and sounds.
Are instituted by society into a group of "rules" that separate behavior considered normal or positive from behavior that is considered abnormal or negative.
Positive and negative consequences of the behavior of citizens within a society.
Work to define the most important customs within a community.
Describe the casual, everyday interactions between citizens, either current or past.
Material culture includes all the physical things that people create and attach meaning to.
Nonmaterial culture concerns itself with abstract concepts rather than tangible items.