In sociology, traditional society refers to a society characterized by an orientation
to the past, not the future, with a predominant role for custom and habit. Such
societies are marked by a lack o...
A society may be classified as traditional, modern, or post-modern. Traditional
society lays emphasis on religion (and magic) in behavioural norms and values,
www.cpp.edu/~ddwills/courses/ant352/readings352/Traditional and Modern.htm
Even though there is no such thing as a completely traditional or completely
modern society at the present time, the collision between the two forms of ...
Jul 13, 2011 ... Traditional Society vs Modern Society Traditional Society and Modern Society
are two terms ... This is a major difference between the two terms.
May 9, 2003 ... An example of the difference between modern society and traditional society is
that traditional societies do not believe in progress. "What is ...
Jul 26, 2010 ... In some ways, traditional culture and modern culture are alike. ... that signal them,
make daily operations in traditional society take a workable course. ... Not the
least of these is the difference in sustainability. ... A closely related comparison
between traditional and modern culture concerns ways of thinking.
... and differences of the lifestyles of a traditional Inuit family and that of a modern
.... their own distinctive dialect; there are similarities between close communities.
.... seasons collide with day to day education values of the main stream society.
May 21, 2009 ... Indian society was described as traditional society till the first quarter of ... Society
is also consisting of numbers of people having differences in ...
web.ba.ntu.edu.tw/luolu/Traditional and Modern Characteristics Across the Generations.pdf
correlations as well as discrepancies in both traditional and modern
characteristics. ... tivist societies and those from individualist ones (Kim, Triandis,
Kagitcibasi, ... The main implication of the difference between individualism and
May 16, 2012 ... There are many comparisons between the two societies that can be made that
show the differences in beliefs held by each society.