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Culture and Communication
Dr. Namika Raby
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Asia Notetaker on Tuesday February 9, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Anth 412 at California State University Long Beach taught by Dr. Namika Raby in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 148 views. For similar materials see Culture and Communication in anthropology, evolution, sphr at California State University Long Beach.

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Date Created: 02/09/16
Spring 2016 CSULB Dr. N. Raby ANTH 412 I Culture and Communication EXAM I: STUDY GUIDE Part II: Objective: Multiple Choice and T/F: Bring a Scantron 882 (60 questions on exam) LECTURERS 1.  Culture Defined 2. Communication defined 3. Three elements of communication 4. Communication event 5. Enculturation 6. Acculturation 7.  Culture Patterns defined (Benedict) 8. George H. Mead’s Self and Society 9. Goffman’s Presentation of Self 10. Theodicy 11. Swastika as Symbol 12. Theoretical origins of Culture Patterns 13. Benedict’s definition of Patterns of Culture 14.  Ethnocentrism 16. Cultural Awareness 17. The Value Orientation Approach (what, who, how) 18.  value orientations and belief orientation described under: self; society human nature; and  nature 19. Value Dimension Approach and theory and methodology 20. The Value Dimensions identified (see also the textbook) 21. Value Dimensions ranking: our discussion of caste in India 22. The Fox Project example Video: A World of Differences 23. The American woman encountering food in Vietnam 24. The case of the four red heads 25. Irish “cra’c’ 1 26. The Japanese examples with head gestures  27. The Filipino, Iranian and Chinese examples of children and first generation parents 28. The example of the hot tub in Korea 29. Case of the M&Ms TEXT: Chapter 1 30 .Dominant culture 31. Co­cultures TEXT Chapter 2 32. The uses of communication 33. Characteristics of Communication TEXT: Chapter 6 34 .Understanding Culture Patterns 35.Kohl’s “The values Americans Live By 36. Hofstede’s Values Dimension (pp194­200) 37. High Context/Low Context culture 38. Kluckhon and Strodbeck: Activity orientation ESSAYS 1 (The nature of Cultural Identity) 39. Stage of Identity formation 40. Cultural Identity defined 41. Social identity 42. Personal identity 43. Cultural identity and self concept ESSAYS 18 Finding One’s Self in the Margins 44. Growing up in the American south ethnicity and identity 45. Change s upon moving to CA: ethnicity and identity 46. Why on the Margins? 2


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