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What is the term for the application of cultural knowledge to the task of living in an environment? Answer a)real culture b)ideal culture c)cultural transmission d)technology
It is letter D. Technology
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User: What is the term for the application of cultural knowledge to the task of living in an environment?

User: What is the term for the application of cultural knowledge to the task of living in an environment? Answer a)real culture b)ideal culture c)cultural transmission d)technology

Weegy: It is letter D. Technology
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User: Wrong-doing, such as an adult forcing a child to engage in sexual activity, is an example of violating cultural: Answer a)mores. b)symbols. c)folkways. d)control.

Weegy: A. morals
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Durkheim, like Weber and Marx, had concern about modern society and its effect on the individual. The dilemma for Durkheim was the fact that the positive benefits of modern society, such as technical advances and personal freedoms, were accompanied by diminishing morality and the danger of anomie. In addition to the inevitable interdependence a specialized society would warrant, Durkheim believed that a conscientious effort to develop and foster friendships would transition from a religious brotherhood to friendships developed at one's place of employment. Specialized individuals would have a great deal in common with their co-workers and, like members of the same religious congregations in pre-industrial societies, co-workers would be able to develop strong bonds of social solidarity through their occupations. Thus, for Durkheim, the answer to the decrease in mechanistic solidarity and the increasing anomie was organic solidarity and solidarity pursued within one's speciality occupation.
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