Date: 2017-04-14 04:53
socialization – the process by which culture is learned also called enculturation. During socialization individuals internalize a culture’s social controls, along with values and norms about right and wrong.
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cross-cousin – children of the opposite-sexed siblings of one’s parents, ., mother’s brother’s and father’s sister’s children.
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Old World – pertaining to areas of the world having the longest period of documented human habitation: ., Europe, Asia, and Africa.
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survival of the fittest – a nineteenth century concept that the strongest survive. Often called “Social Darwinism.” “Survival of the fittest” misrepresents the process of natural selection. The mechanism of natural selection is reproductive fitness, those who produce offspring. Social Darwinism refers to being the most powerful, which is not the mechanism for natural selection.
culture of discontent – a level of aspirations that far exceeds the bounds of an individual’s local opportunities. Also discussed as the gap between expectations and the ability to meet these expectations.
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biodiversity – usually considered at the genetic, species, and ecossytem levels. Includes the measure of the number and frequency in an assemblage.
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