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Culture consists of both material culture and non-material culture. Thoughts or ideas that make up a culture are called the non-material culture. In contrast to ...

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Aug 17, 2015 ... Did you know that there are seven components to non-material culture? Learn more about non-material culture from examples. Then test your ...

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What are the seven components of nonmaterial culture? Provide the definition and an example of each. Nonmaterial culture is as direct as it sounds, its abstract  ...

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Sociologists describe two interrelated aspects of human culture: the physical objects of the culture and the ideas associated with these objects.

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As this definition suggests, there are two basic components of culture: ideas and symbols ... The first type, called nonmaterial culture, includes the values, beliefs,  ...

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Mar 11, 2012 ... Distinguish material culture and nonmaterial culture. List and define the several elements of culture. Describe certain values that distinguish the ...

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For example, patriotism is a type of value, and is therefore part of non-material culture. But patriotism can be embodied in elements of material culture, such as ...

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Apr 5, 2011 ... also called symbolic culture) a group's ways of thinking ( in-cluding its beliefs, values, and .... What are the components of nonmaterial culture?

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Jun 4, 2011 ... Culture and Non-Material Culture. Material culture refers to the physical features that define a particular culture, society, or group, such as ...