Culture can be described as having five basic components: symbols, language, values, norms and material culture. Culture is a system of beliefs and codes of conduct that dictates the behavior of members of a society. Bec... More »

The five components of culture include symbols, language, values, beliefs and norms. Symbols may be either physical or non-physical. A flag is an example of a physical symbol, and bows and curtsies are examples of non-ph... More »

The Algonquin culture was patriarchal, with the sons inheriting hunting rights from their fathers. Most lived south of Hudson Bay, in what is now Canada and the northern part of the United States, where growing food was ... More »

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The five components of culture include symbols, language, values, beliefs and norms. Symbols may be either physical or non-physical. A flag is an example of a physical symbol, and bows and curtsies are examples of non-ph... More »

According to Flat World Education, the six elements of culture are beliefs, values, norms, language, roles and social collectives. There are shared symbols in every society that represent the elements of culture. These s... More »

Ideal culture encompasses the values and norms a culture demands while real culture includes the values and norms being practiced. There is a huge gap between values being practiced and those that ought to be practiced. More »

As a linguistic minority, Deaf people share some commonalities in life that help form Deaf culture, including shared norms, values, history, beliefs and attitudes. A Deaf community shares a language and heritage, and may... More »