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Cultural universals are elements of culture that: A.have always been part of U.S. culture. B.have diffused from the United States to other countries. C.have come to the United States from elsewhere. D.are part of every known culture.
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Cultural universals are elements of culture that are part of every known culture.
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Counterculture refers to: A.people who differ in some small way. B.popular culture. C.high culture. D.cultural patterns that oppose those that are widely held.
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Wrong-doing, such as an adult forcing a child to engage in sexual activity, is an example of violating cultural: A.mores. B.symbols. C.folkways. D.control.
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D)mores.
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The intangible world of ideas created by members of a society is referred to as: A.high culture. B.material culture. C.norms. D.nonmaterial culture.
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According to Lenski, the term sociocultural evolution refers to: A.changes brought about by new ways of thinking. B.changes created by ideas coming from other societies. C.change that results from social conflict. D.changes that occur as a society acquires new technology.
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According to Lenski, the term sociocultural evolution refers to changes that occur as a society acquires new technology.
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