Is a type of expanded family household including siblings and their spouses and children.
Individualism/Collectivism is one of the Hofstede dimensions in intercultural communication studies. "Collectivism pertains to societies in which people from birth onwards are integrated into strong, cohesive in-groups, which throughout people's lifetime continue to protect them in exchange for unquestioning loyalty."
The political, social, economic, and cultural domination of a territory and its people by a foreign power for an extended time.
COMMON INTEREST GROUPS
Associations that are formally recognized with a name and social organization, but are not based on age, kinship, marriage, or territory.
In Wallace's typology, these religions have, in addition to shamanic cults, communal cults in which people organize community rituals such as harvest ceremonies and rites of passage.
- A political theory of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
- Communism is characterized by the common ownership of the means of production contra private ownership in capitalism.
- The Soviet Union was the first communist state and lasted from 1917 to 1991.
Intense community spirit, a feeling of great social solidarity, equality, and togetherness; characteristic of people experiencing liminality together.
- The comparison of people's experiences of different types of social structure or social setting in terms of historical points in time, or across cultures at a single point in time.
- This is an approach which can shed light on the particular arrangements of both sides of the comparison.
An agricultural worker.
Are usually nation states; large and populous, with social stratification and centralised forms of governments.
- Relates facts to propositions and theories.
- Concepts often become variables, but concept is more encompassing. Status and role are concepts.
- Ranking statuses according to social classes, e.g. Lower, middle, and upper, is a variable.
- Used in semiotics to indicate the interpretive meanings of signs, which may be ideological.
- Thus a picture of a soldier saluting a flag connotes nationhood and patriotism as well as the more straightforward things such as `soldier' and `flag' that it denotes.
Members of one's kindred who are related by blood line.
- A blood relative.
- An individual related by common descent from the same individual.
- In most societies of the world, kinship can be traced both by common descent and through marriage, although a distinction is usually made between the two categories.
- The degree of consanguinity between any two people can be calculated as the percentage of genes they share through common descent.