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the social enviro within which we are raised and socialized during our lifetime

culture

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culture includes (5)

objects, ideas, customs, behaviours, and practices

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meaning white settlers from Britain and France involved in early colonization of Canada

Old stock Canadians

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are often seen as not belonging to the nation

racialized Canadians

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Canadian nation-state relies on _______ to promote Canada as a white nation by reinforcing certain forms of unbelonging

racist codes

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prejudiced ideas or images about race that are embedded into everyday aspects of culture

racist codes

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racist codes create a sense of

us vs. them (old stock Canadians vs. others like immigrants, Indigenous, non-white ppl)

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culture refers to a set of _____ and _____ that shape how we live our lives

values
practices

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ideas and judgments about what is important and meaningful

values

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concrete things that we do that often reflect our values

practices

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sociologists often view culture as a toolkit of (3)

habits, skills, styles

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stereotypical images that are designed to make racism, sexism, poverty, and other social differences appear to be a "natural" and "normal" part of everyday life

controlling image

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the ______ and _____ we attribute to culture are learned and can be unlearned

meanings
values

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where we live, who were raised by, and the ways in which we experience the interconnections between _____ and _____ through our ________ informs how we understand the social world around us

public issues
private problems
social location

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where we are in the social hierarchy of society

social location

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all physical items that ppl have created social meaning in a given culture

material culture

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food, art, tools, clothing, buildings are examples of

material culture

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ideas and behaviour associated with a given culture

non-material culture

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values, beliefs, language, knowledge, symbols are examples of

non-material culture

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wrote about both material and non-material culture

Durkheim

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Durkeim wrote about non-material as _______ and material manifestations of __________

-religion
-religion in totems

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common when travelling between cultures

culture shock

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a sense of confusion and disorientation when someone experiences a new culture for the first time

culture shock

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refers to plants or animals which are revered as sacred

totems

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can be an animal, plant, or any other natural object believed to be ancestrally related to a tribe, clan, or family group as a tutelary spirit

totem

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example of a totem in the Upper East region is the

crocodile of Paga

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calls to recognize Indigenous language rights

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action

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The Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action highlights importance of _______ in maintenance and preservation of _________ and _________

language
culture
cultural identity

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is a system of cultural representations where words are connected with images

language

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research shows a strong connection between these 4 thinsg

language
culture
physical health
mental health