They rest on cultural ideologies and vary from group to group. They guide the behavior of group members by telling...

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They rest on cultural ideologies and vary from group to group. They guide the behavior of group members by telling them what is important- while they direct modern Americans to focus on their achievement in secular pursuits as evidence of God's Grace, the Enawene Nawe serve the Spirits by protecting their native lands. _______

 

We use the term____  to describe our culture as we actually live it out, 'on the ground', it refelects our behaviors.

 

We use this term  to describe our culture as we believe (or would like to believe) it to be.___  It reflects our ___. 

 

 ____are prescriptions for behavior in a given social circumstance.  

 

 ______theorists see them as providing predictability and stability.  They serve as a means to an end in social organization.

 

______ theorists fear that they become sacred and inhibit progressive social change.

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